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Russian Pomegranate Bush

Punica granatum 'Salavatski'

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Russian Pomegranate Bush

Punica granatum 'Salavatski'

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Botanical Name

Punica granatum 'Salavatski'

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Full Sun

The Russian Pomegranate is the top-choice variety for colder areas, but it thrives just as easily in the hottest and driest parts of the country. It grows into a small tree 6 to 15 feet tall, with attractive glossy foliage, beautiful red flowers, and large red fruit. It will grow as a specimen tree, or in a row for a unique screen or hedge, and it is the perfect low-maintenance tree for dry states. The fruits ripen in early winter and can be used for juice, eaten fresh or as an addition to salads of all kinds. Rich in vitamins and minerals, children love to eat this healthy fruit fresh, or you can juice them for concentrated goodness in a glass.

  • The hardiest variety of this popular fruit
  • Beautiful red flowers in spring
  • Huge, top-quality fruits ripen for Christmas
  • Attractive small tree that is very easy to grow
  • Ideal too for hot, dry states

Grow the Russian Pomegranate in full sun, in a hot, sheltered spot. It thrives in poor soil, even in sand and gravel, and it should not be grown in heavy, wet soils. Grow it in a container in colder areas, giving it some winter shelter from the coldest weather. It doesn’t need a second tree for pollination, and it is normally completely free of pests or diseases. Even deer normally won’t eat it. For something very special, grow your own pomegranates – it’s easy.

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