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 -  Monday, February 05, 2007
Fabulous Pomagrante tree
Reviewed By: Sandra Smith (Lusk, Wyoming)
I received my 4" pomagrante tree/bush 2 years ago. I really have taken care of this wonderful gift from a very special Lady. It is now, aproximately 16" tall and bushy. I would highly recommend this to anyone who likes a challenge and Loves pomagrantes, as I do.
 -  Monday, July 09, 2007
First Year Fruit!!!
Reviewed By: Rose McCloy (Sebastian, FL)
Planted this cute little bush in a pot for a month or two, then put it in my flower/fruit garden outside. It is now 2 1/2 ft. tall and two fruits in the first year. The flowers/plant are beautiful and I can't wait to eat my first fruit. Highly recommended!
 -  Sunday, September 02, 2007
Fabulous despite bugs
Reviewed By: Kathy (Los Alamos, New Mexico)
Ok, so I'm not that great at keeping bugs down on my houseplant collection. But the pomegranite has tripled in size despite a moderate case of mealybugs! It went from 6" tall and 3.5" wide to at least 18" tall and wide. Wow! I've never had a plant do so well with bugs! Once I get it sprayed, I'm sure it'll do even better. A must for anyone who loves pomegranites! Worth growing for the flowers alone if you don't like the fruit! I find it very easy to grow, and I kill african violets (which shows you that I'm not the best gardener). Highly reccommended!
 -  Sunday, October 21, 2007
Lovely plant
Reviewed By: Karen (Ames, IA)
I have two of these plants, one I bought a year ago, the other I got a few weeks ago. Both are doing very well, the older of the two is over a foot tall and wide, nice and bushy. It grew quite a bit over the summer and is covered in blooms/buds now. So far all have fallen off, even the ones that bloomed outside, but as the plant is only a year old and I am not the best bee substitute I am not surprised. It is such a cute plant that fruit would be a bonus, I love pomegranates though!
 -  Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Terrific Tree
Reviewed By: Michael (Laramie, WY)
I purchased a Dwarf Pomegranate 3 years ago and just got my first fruit this year. The tree is now a healthy 3 feet tall and produced 7 slightly sour pomegranates, 5 half-dollar sized and two that were slightly larger. It's been in an 8 inch pot for all three years and once the last fruit ripens, its going to need a bigger pot to ensure good growth. A great buy!