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A Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate tree is the best Northern Pomergrante tree that is guaranteed to survive temperatures of Northern States- Even zones 6a that include Pennsylvania, New York, and Ohio. Russian Pomegranate trees have survived experimental temperatures of 6 degrees F.  The fruit size is larger than a grapefruit and fall of delicious sweet juice.

Shipping Time:: Taking Pre-Orders, for a Projected Shipping of 12-14-15

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1-2ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$29.75]
2-3ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$39.75]
3-4ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$59.75]
4-5ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$79.75]
6-7ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$99.75]

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Average Rating: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 15 Write a review »

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only one is alive June 17, 2015
Reviewer: Paola Troncoso from Doral, FL United States  
but the other is going just fine.

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very good June 11, 2015
Reviewer: Deepti Vats from Cumming, GA United States  
tree sprouted very profusely . Waiting to see it bloom next season.

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Pomegranate June 1, 2015
Reviewer: STEPHEN A. from Evans, GA United States  
I oredered 2 of these trees and they arrived in a dormant condition which surprised me since it is the end of May. In any event I called the nursey and they assured me that the trees had been in cold storage to maintain dormancy prior to shipping. The trees have been pruned and have a nice shape, hopefully they will leaf out soon.

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No label for the tree April 29, 2015
Reviewer: Lynn Morehouse from Holly Springs, NC United States  
I REALLY hope this is actually a Russian pomegranate... it didn't have a label. It appears dead and brittle but I am very hopeful and excited.

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Pomegranate April 17, 2015
Reviewer: Joseph Shai from Granville, OH United States  
Looks like great stock

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