How to Grow Pomegranate
Is there a prettier fruit than the ruby red jewels (well, technically arils) of pomegranate. We know, they can be fiddly to eat, but they’re just so full of flavour and impart a wonderful pop of colour to platters and salads! Plus, they’re known to contain high levels of antioxidants, so you know they’re good for you, too. They’re easy to grow at home, but you’ll have to wait a couple of years before you can harvest. But in the mean, enjoy the glossy green leaves and gorgeous red-orange blooms.
Infrequent watering except during flowering and fruiting
Suitable for all climatic zones