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- Thursday, December 03, 2009
Reviewed By: Huarong
I bought this plant 3 year ago. It started to bloom heavily in the first year and grew a lot of new branches , but did not bear fruit and some of the branches dried in that winter. I don't know why. So I read some articles of this plants and found putting this plant outside is better in summer and autumn till the temperature drops around 30s. It works. It has many new branches and becomes more beautiful...
I also bought some other dwarf fruit trees from gurneys. They arrived as babies and now they become beautiful ladies. Most of them start to bear fruits. Compared with some other nurseries, I trust gurneys. The fruits are as described. Not like plants I bought from other companies, they bear wrong fruits after I take care of them carefully for several years. I can say nothing...
- Saturday, January 23, 2010
please with these plants
Reviewed By: Gary
I've had my two Pomegranate bushes for over two years now and they are around 5' high but not very bushy yet as pictured. I did have one that produced one Pomegranate last year which was a surprise being that they don't produce until their third or forth year and the branch that it was growing on was tiny. I've found 10-10-10 fertilizer works great on them and I'm gonna prun them back a little to about four foot. Around December/January the leaves will brown and fall off just like a regular tree. I'm also starting to get a lot of blooms now just like last year at this time, hopefully they'll give me some fruit this year.
- Saturday, February 06, 2010
Reviewed By: Becky
whe i got my plant it was a few inches high with lots of pretty green leaves. it grew pretty fast as i watered it plenty and put it outside for the summer. it had quite a few pretty pink flowers but the bees and hummingbirds ignored it (probly it was too small.) in fall i took it inside. now it's nearly warm enough to put it back outside. some of the leaves have been falling off and the top is tall... i hope sunshine will strengthen it again!
- Thursday, February 18, 2010
Reviewed By: Elizabeth
This is a beautiful plant although the branches don't seem strong enough to support fruit. Loves the sunshine, and needs it to actually bloom. I had it in a window for a few months and it was blooming like crazy, but I moved it to a more central location in the house with indirect sunlight and it stopped blooming. Can't wait for summer when I can move it outside. It loves the miracle grow fertilizer for houseplants!
- Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Reviewed By: Sandy
LOL didn't realize you could eat the fruit. Just enjoyed the humming birds continuios visits. Have it planted outside and it dies in the winter and comes right back in spring! Trust me I'm gonna try the fruit this year! How dumb I've been!