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The Wonderful Pomegranate ripens in September, needs only 200 chill hours (8 days of sub 45 degrees F), and is self-fertile. Pomegranates are often sliced into two pieces so that the pomegranate seed can be easily removed. The pomegranate matures into a bright red color globular shaped and can grow to the size of a grapefruit during the fall season. The fruit of the pomegranate tree was sculptured into friezes at the crown molding atop the ancient temple of Solomon in Jerusalem to celebrate the sacred image of an important food and beverage staple item that was consumed and worshiped by the people of Israel. Pomegranate juice has been extracted from the ripe fruit to produce a sensational liquid product that is rich in antioxidants, anti-cancer, treatment agents that are thought to immobilize "free radicals" that have been suggested to initiate primary cancer formation. The bright red color of Pomegranate pulpy seed is rarely seen in fruit. When the Wonderful Pomegranate turns red on the tree, it is ready to harvest and eat, and it  ripens in the fall.

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pomegranate tree March 28, 2016
Reviewer: Ruth from Brenham, TX United States  
very pleased - was amazed at the fullness and size of the tree.

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Wonderful pomegranate January 19, 2016
Reviewer: Gary Campbell from Thomaston, GA United States  
Arrived in good condition. Well packaged.

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2 years and its fruiting :-) April 30, 2015
Reviewer: Ali Wallace from Carrollton, TX United States  
Such a healthy tree , planted in 2013 and started fruiting in 2014 .. Its grown tall now and have multiple bushes grew by itself.... Those who are commenting that they only got a twig and a root ball thats how I received but it works well in few days  and leaves will sprout... Wana add that i am in Texas Zone 7 but its still fruiting here... Quality Plants TyTy....

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Pomegranates! April 19, 2015
Reviewer: Pat from Jacksonville, FL United States  
I believe our tree is at least 4 years old and it finally has fruit. It was 4 feet tall when planted and is now 10 to 12 feet tall. Last year I called the nursery to inquire about the absence of fruit and was told not to expect any until the 4th or 5th year. We're happy! I might add that there were no blooms before the fruit appeared.

Update! April, 19, 2015
Evidently the fruit we saw was actually a bud that has now opened into a blossom which should eventually turn into fruit. Still hopeful!

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Timely arrival, but short tree February 27, 2015
Reviewer: Bet C. from Burleson, TX United States  
I ordered a "7-8' tall - bearing size" Wonderful Pomegranate tree for my daughter as a house-warming gift.  It arrived in a timely fashion but now, a couple of weeks after she received it and planted it, I finally saw it.  It was perhaps 4-1/2 feet tall above ground, so I asked her how big the root ball was.  She said it was about 6" so, all totaled, the tree would be 5' tall, instead of the 7-8' for which I paid.  Further, it's hardly more than a twig -- certainly not capable of bearing fruit in the near future.

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