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 -  Monday, August 02, 2010
Wonderful plant!
Reviewed By: Jenny (Greensburg, KY)
This little plant is amazing! It grows quickly and luscoiusly. Mine came with little buds on it already, the flowers are so cute! I've had it for about 6 months now and it is about 15 inches tall and around the branches slightly weeping with the amount of buds! My only problem is that my flowers die back before they produce fruit. Not sure if it't the plant or the grower:) But the bush is so easy and rewarding to grow otherwise! My favorite citrus tree by far! (and I have over 10 different kinds)
 -  Sunday, August 22, 2010
Mini pomegrantes
Reviewed By: Anne (Clinton Twp., MI)
Very hardy plant. I've had my tree now for a few years. This year was the first year that it bloomed pretty red flowers. The only problem is that the flowers have been falling off so I havn't actually had any fruit yet. The first year I had this plant all the leaves fell off and I thought that it might be dying, but I was wrong. A little fertilizer goes a long way. Very whispy and delicate branches. Pretty small leaves.
 -  Wednesday, October 27, 2010
pretty tree...bitter fruit
Reviewed By: Ali (Raleigh, NC)
I have had my tree for a year and a half. The first year we just got the very pretty flowers. I left it outside until the leaves fell off last fall, and then brought it in, as directed on a dwarf pomegranate website. I put it outside in April and this year we got lots of flowers and 3 pomegranates. The fruit was quite small and tasted bitter (nothing like in the grocery store). Picked them in mid-October...maybe should have waited longer, but the leaves are falling off so thought it must be harvest time. I'd buy this plant just for its ornamental and interest value. Nobody else in my neighborhood has one and they find mine quite interesting. Maybe next year's fruit will be tastier.
 -  Friday, April 24, 2009
Excellent growth
Reviewed By: ila (duvall, washington)
I bought a pomegranate because I love the fruit. I have had my tree two months and it has already doubled in size. I gave it a weakened dose of miracle grow after a month and the thing went cray. It sits on the kitchen table in a bay window and loves the sunshine.
 -  Sunday, November 01, 2009
Reviewed By: jackson (austin , texas)
this plant is much easier to grow from a pomegranate from a supermarket. just dry out seeds and plant in good fertile potting soil. The pomegranates will sprout in 1 to 2 weeks.