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Dwarf Pomegranate


Full flavor in a mini fruit.

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Grow miniature fruit with full-size flavor in the comfort of your home or outside on your patio. Bright coral-red flowers and fruit make a striking statement. Pomegranate is great in salads or as a juicy snack by itself. Set plants outside for the summer and watch the funnel-shaped flowers attract hummingbirds! Hardy, withstands temperatures as low as 40°F if kept outside.

Zones 9-10. Ships in 3" pots.

  • Zones: 9 - 10 (50 degrees F).
  • Height: 2 feet.
  • Spacing: 1 per pot, If planted directly in the ground in zones 9 - 10, space 3 feet apart.
  • Depth: Same depth as it is in the pot.
  • Spread: 2 - 3 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Sunny windowsill.
  • Soil Preference: Any good potting soil with humus.
  • Pruning: Late fall during dormant season because it blooms on new growth.
  • Pollinator: Self pollinating.
  • Yield: Varies.
  • Color: Orange flowers.
  • Foliage: Glossy, semi-evergreen foliage.
  • Blooms: All summer into fall.
  • Flowers: Funnel-shaped blossoms.
  • Fruit: Needs hand pollination or insects to set fruit. Up to 2 inch fruit.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.

Customer Reviews

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no flowers yet

Mar 30, 2012  |  By Courtenay
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I've had my plant for a couple of years now. I haven't had any flowers. It has been a windowsill plant. It did grow very tall. During our recent warm weather, I brought it outside and all of the leaves dries up ... I trimmed the branches down , and it is back indoors for now. Is that normal?



My tree

Sep 14, 2011  |  By Sam Aldridge
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I've had my plant for about 9 months. No fruit yet, but plenty of blossoms and flowers, it's about 3 feet tall now. I thought it might not survive, as I live in central New York, but it has absolutely thrived!



I love my lil' poms!

Aug 9, 2011  |  By Derek
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I've had my trees for 4 years now and I've had fruit for the past three. They must be set outside in the summer for natural pollination or pollinated by hand if you want fruit. This year I have 8 fruit on a tree only about a foot tall! Definitely a neat little tree.



no fruit yet

Jul 28, 2011  |  By Joan
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This plant is so pretty but I have yet to get fruit. I have had my plant for 2 years, it is full of blooms so maybe fruit this fall but if not it doesn't matter, this plant draws hummingbirds and compliments. Very showy.



pretty flowers

Jul 22, 2011  |  By Rebecca Gillig
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Just received this plant this spring. It looks very pretty with lots of flowers. It looks very pretty on my patio with all of my potted plants.I have absolutely no complaints with this purchase!



Cute!

Jul 14, 2011  |  By Emily
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Such a cute little plant... I bought mine in May and was actually a little disappointed when it arrived because it was barely even a twig, with just a few leaves on it. However, it only took a couple of weeks for it to bush out and the two branched twig is now (July) is a respectable little plant, about a foot tall. It is flowering like crazy- even to the point that I'm worried about the growth of the actual plant!! Hopefully it will continue to grow well!



Beautiful

Apr 17, 2011  |  By LannB
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I've had my dwarf pomegranate for about 5 years. I do not get edible fruit, but the flowers are so beautiful and I love the little fruit it produces. The plant is about 1.5 feet tall and a foot wide. I am in zone 5-6 and take my dwarf fruit trees outdoors when the temperature is consistently above 30 degrees F. I have a sunny room for these plants in the winter. Beautiful plant!



pretty tree...bitter fruit

Oct 27, 2010  |  By Ali
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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.



LOVE IT!

Sep 16, 2010  |  By Lindsay
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I love this plant! I bought it last November. It was just a small little thing when it arrived. After moving it outside this summer, I started to get the prettiest flowers but I did not think that it would fruit for a few more years. I was wrong, 3 weeks ago I noticed that I have 2 small pomegranates growing and more on the way!



nice growth

Sep 8, 2010  |  By Crystal
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Growing Amazing! I got my plant this spring, it has grown a foot already, with dozens of flowers! I just brought it inside for the winter.. where it will soak up all the winter sun by our large living room windows, until summer again! 2 more years til fruit!



fruits

Sep 5, 2010  |  By Wai Wai
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I just got this plant around June, and now its bearing fruits about 15 or more. The fruits are small but still they are big enough that u can eat them. Loving my plant!!!



Mini pomegrantes

Aug 22, 2010  |  By Anne
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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.



Wonderful plant!

Aug 2, 2010  |  By Jenny
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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)



Fruit too small to eat

Jun 10, 2010  |  By gnle
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I have had this dwarf tree for 5 years now. It is a nice ornamental plant. I do get lots of small pommegranates, but they are too small to eat. Don't be fooled by the picture. Maybe others have different experiences, but my sister and mother have the same experience as me with this plant



pretty leaves

Jun 7, 2010  |  By Robin
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We purchased this last year. It was a tiny sprig when it arrived. It lived in front of a sunny window. It has branched out and has lovely leaves. No fruit or flowers but I think we can look forward to some this year. We've had a lot of rain here this year but as soon as the weather improves we will move this outside. I look forward to the flowers attracting humming birds. We have a bee hive and I am sure our bees will enjoy the flowers too!



lots of flowers

May 9, 2010  |  By Denise White
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I received four of these plants as a gift for my wedding a year and a half ago, lots of beautiful coral colored blooms. No fruit yet though. The bees and hummingbirds did not seem to be interested in them last season. I hope that will change this year as pomegranates are my favorite fruit! I keep mine outside all year and thought our rare frost this past winter may have killed them, but no they came back and are bigger than ever!



Nice looking plants

May 5, 2010  |  By Ozzy
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Plants came looking healthy, several weeks later in a pot on the patio still looking healthy each day and it may be getting tiny little flower buds too.



very easy

Apr 1, 2010  |  By Jade
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I got my pomergranate last October. My four years old broke one of two major branches.I thought it would die one day.But I was wrong.It grows beautifully and doubles its size now. I am very happy with my plant .Can't wait to see the flowers and fruits.



yr afteryr....

Mar 16, 2010  |  By Sandy
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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!



Beautiful Plant!

Feb 18, 2010  |  By Elizabeth
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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!



hopeful

Feb 6, 2010  |  By Becky
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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!



please with these plants

Jan 23, 2010  |  By Gary
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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.



Beautiful Plant

Dec 3, 2009  |  By Huarong
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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...



died

Nov 1, 2009  |  By jackson
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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.



Draw pomegranate fruit tree

Oct 13, 2009  |  By Natalia
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I LOVE IT!!!!! It grow so fast!!!



Nice Plant

Oct 11, 2009  |  By Joshua
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Plant is one year old, over 3' tall, but very long, not bushy. Wonder what others are doing for trimming, pruning etc. Has beautiful blooms, but haven't pursued fruit, long stems/branches would not support fruit



Beautiful plant

Jul 28, 2009  |  By Bev
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I have had this plant for several months and am absolutely amazed at how much it has grown. It has 5-7 blossoms and is beautiful. A fun plant to watch!



Excellent growth

Apr 24, 2009  |  By ila
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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.



Terrific Tree

Dec 18, 2007  |  By Michael
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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!



Lovely plant

Oct 21, 2007  |  By Karen
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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!



Fabulous despite bugs

Sep 2, 2007  |  By Kathy
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"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!"



First Year Fruit!!!

Jul 9, 2007  |  By Rose McCloy
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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!



Fabulous Pomagrante tree

Feb 5, 2007  |  By Sandra Smith
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"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."


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