Pomegranate tree growing can be frustrating without the right conditions or suitable pomegranate care information. That’s where we come in. Find everything you need for growing pomegranate trees successfully here. There are tips on caring for pomegranates, handling or preventing problems with pomegranate trees and more.
Pomegranates have become so popular that many people in USDA zones 7-10 are trying their hand at growing and picking their own pomegranates. So how and when do you harvest pomegranates? Click this article to learn more.
Growing a pomegranate tree can be a rewarding experience filled with delicious fruits and beautiful juice, but growing these fruit trees isn?t all paradise. If your plant is looking a little off, with yellowing leaves, click here to learn how to save it.
Pomegranates hail from the far eastern Mediterranean so as you may expect they appreciate plenty of sun and should be protected in the winter time. How do you go about overwintering pomegranate trees? Find out in this article.
Pomegranates are typically grown for their fleshy, sweet-tart edible fruits. That being said, pomegranate leaf loss can be a frustrating problem for many gardeners. Click on the article that follows to learn why this happens.
It is important to prune pomegranate trees properly if you want to increase fruit production and maintain an attractive form. Unfortunately, these two goals are in conflict. Learn more about pruning pomegranates in this article.
Growing a pomegranate tree from cuttings is cost-free and relatively easy. Find more information about how to root a pomegranate tree from pomegranate tree cuttings in the article that follows. Click here to learn about pomegranate propagation.
Pomegranate fungal diseases are a common issue in plants grown in wet regions. Other diseases in pomegranate are rarer and not permanently damaging to the tree. Learn the problems of pomegranates in this article. Click here for more info.
If you?re lucky enough to grow pomegranate trees where you are, you may occasionally see leaf curling. Several insects and disorders can cause pomegranate leaf problems. Find out why the leaves curl on pomegranates and what you can do about it in this article.
If you think that pomegranate trees are exotic specimens that require a specialized environment and an expert?s touch, you may be surprised that growing pomegranate trees indoors is actually relatively easy. This article can help.
If you are lucky enough to have a pomegranate or two in the garden, you may wonder what to feed pomegranate trees or if there is even any need in feeding pomegranates. Well, this article will help with that and more.
Pomegranate plants are simple to grow and require very little maintenance. The major issue is with pomegranate tree pollination. This leads us to the questions, ?do pomegranates need a pollinator? or ?are pomegranate trees self-pollinating.? Click here.
Pomegranates can be grown in USDA zones 8-10. If you are lucky enough to live within those regions, you may be wondering what pomegranate tree variety is best for you. This article can help you sort that out. Click here for more info.
Waiting all year for your juicy, fresh pomegranates to mature can be a real killer - much more so when they suddenly start splitting just before harvest. Find out why this heart-breaker happens and what you can do to prevent it in this article.
When I was in Turkey, pomegranate bushes were almost as common as orange trees in Florida. On occasion, black seeds were apparent in the fruit. What is the cause of pomegranates with black seeds, or rot inside? This article will help with that.
Growing pomegranate trees can be rewarding when optimal conditions are met. It can also be alarming when your pomegranate is not bearing fruit. Take a look at some common reasons for no fruit in this article.
Questions about how to plant a pomegranate seed show up quite frequently lately. Find out how to grow pomegranate from seeds in the following article so you can try your hand at cultivating these fruits.