The best Northern Pomegranates tree that is guaranteed to survive temperatures of Northern States including Pennsylvania, New York, and Ohio. It flowers later therefore you don't have to worry about the late freezes. The tree produces a large bright red color fruit that is larger than a grapefruit. It can be eaten fresh or used for juices. The Pomegranate tree is self pollinating, but the fruit size is increased and more pomegranates are produced if another pomegranate tree is present for pollination. The tree is also heat tolerant which makes it a great choice for southern planters looking for a fruit tree that can withstand the region's heat and humidity. A mature tree can produce between 90 to 100 pounds of fruit a year.
COLD HARDY ZONE 6-10
Beautiful landscape plant
Mature height 10-20 ft tall
Width 8-15 feet
Bare Root Plants: the plant is shipped with the roots taken out of the pot/ground, and the roots are then wrapped in moist paper, with or without soil. The roots wrapped in moist medium is then covered with some kind of plastic to hold the moisture. The paper with moisture will keep the plant alive, during the journey. The plants, once received, the roots should be given a soak for 30 minutes and planted immediately.
Note: The plant is shipped in its pot, firmly secured with several layers of clear tape, thereby avoiding any shuffling and moving during transit. The plant reaches you with minimal damage very safe and secure. We have been shipping plants like this for several years (plants are sometimes shipped in smaller pots for safety and ease of shipping). Most plants go dormant in Fall and Winter and will lose most of their leaves. Looking dead and dry, is very normal. The plant will flush out in Spring.
We cannot ship certain plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by the California Department of Agriculture.
What had been a hobby turned into a survival kit. We had to close down our pizza restaurant due to recession in 2008. We had lots of plants in our backyard.which we started selling on Craigslist. Subsequently, we had to give our nursery a name- which was easy, our dog’s name.