- Grow rare tree fruit
- For ornamentation as well as harvests
- Perfect for containers
Grow your own Mediterranean fruit trees with rare pomegranate, perfect for home-growing on your patio or in your conservatory. With attractive leaves and light, handsome bark it’s certainly a rare crop to impress guests.
The fruit forms on trees in hot, dry summers. Even if we can’t guarantee reliable summers every year in England, you can enjoy the attractive blooms that form around the leaves and an ornamental and architectural tree rain or shine.
We recommend you grow pomegranate trees with other Mediterranean trees like bay or olive. When flowering they all attract useful pollinators at flowering time onto your plot to fertilise other fruit like strawberries and tomatoes. For the best chance of fruit position in a sunny, sheltered site. Built-up areas are useful as they generate a further degree of heat which the trees appreciate.
Bring pots indoors over winter or cover with triple-layer fleece before frosty nights if outdoors.
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