Punica Granatum, Pomegranate, Anar - 0.5 Kg Seeds
Common name: Mountain Pomegranate, Spiny Randia, False guava, Thorny Bone-apple
Bloom time: May.
Difficulty level: easy to grow
Planting & Care
Obtain the pomegranate cutting or seedling. You can purchase a pomegranate seedling at your local nursery. Be sure to buy a variety that produces edible fruit if you are hoping to be able to eat homegrown pomegranate. However, if you have a friend who has a pomegranate tree, you can also take a cutting from that tree. Cut a branch that is at least 10 inches (25cm) long. Cover the cut end of the branch with rooting hormone to help it grow.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Soil: well-drained soil
Temprature: 40 degrees F.
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer
- Pomegranates thrive in areas of warm, arid conditions.
- While not all of us reside in such climactic regions, the good news is that growing a pomegranate in a pot is entirely possible.
- Pomegranate trees in containers can either be grown indoors given sufficient arid provisions or outdoors during part of the year and moved indoors if cold snaps are imminent.
- Water the tree deeply about once a week, possibly more often during peak summer months.
- Fertilize the tree with half cup of 10-10-10.
- Spread the fertilizer atop the soil and two inches away from the trunk.
- Water the food into the soil.
- During the first two years of the tree’s growth, feed in November, February, and May, and thereafter fertilize only in November and February.
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- Pomegranates as a Treatment for Cancer, Osteoarthritis and Other Diseases.
- The pomegranate has been used in natural and holistic medicine to treat sore throats, coughs, urinary infections, digestive disorders, skin disorders, arthritis, and to expel tapeworms.
for medicinal use, please consult appropriate doctor before use.
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