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Pomegranate Trees

Even though the pomegranate is considered a rare and exotic fruit today, it was considered to be very common in Biblical Hebrew Scriptures and was described in many of the books of antiquity. Today the pomegranate is celebrated as a health benefit bonanza, because of the high concentration of anti-oxidants contained in the commercial juice named, Grenadine.

Angel Red Pomegranate Tree Babylonian White Pomegranate Tree Dwarf Pomegranate Tree Goliath Pomegranate Tree Grenada Pomegranate Tree

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Plantation Sweet Pomegranate Tree Russian Pomegranate Tree Scaly Bark Tree Form Pomegranate Tree Wonderful Pomegranate Tree

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Pomegranate Planting Instructions
The fruit from the Pomegranate Tree is delicious and can be eaten straight from the tree and also is beneficial when made into a juice. Pomegranate trees were once found growing on every farm and Ty Ty offers 6 varieties to chose from. Pomegranate eaten as fresh fruit or sipped as pomegranate juice (Grenadine) has become an American tradition as health aids. Claims of high levels of antioxidants in pomegranate basically means that damaging 'free radicals' in the body are neutralized, a claimed remedy for cancer, heart problems and many other maladies. New cultivars of pomegranate bushes grow fruit as large as grapefruit, and new cold hardy Russian Pomegranates can be successfully grown in the North at below zero temperatures. The pomegranate can form a bush or a tree, dependent on the cultivar. The Wonderful pomegranate generally grows into a tree or a shrub, however the Russian pomegranate tree is the most cold hardy and can grow into a sizable garden specimen