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By Dorjac

Essex, United Kingdom Gb

This is not Pacman with a bad tooth. This mini pomegranite came my way from a tall standard tree in a pot. The friend said it cost £70 and was a birthday prez from her puzzled OH. Very pretty tree (hardy) to a degree. Any ideas on the best way to grow the seeds and when to start them? I do understand it may not 'come true'.




First extract the seed...sow close to the surface....leave between 70 and 80degs until germination...between one and 4 weeks...protect from frosts for the first few winters...should then withstand -10...probably won't fruit but will have attractive flowers.
I would sow seeds in the spring. In fact I think I will!

29 Nov, 2010


Would bought Poms produce viable seeds too Benjiboy?
Leg of venison (or muncjack) casseroled with the seeds of one pomegranite cooked in is delicious!

29 Nov, 2010

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