Looking for a Pomegranate cutting.

PunkRotten(9b)January 29, 2013

Hi,

I am looking for a Pomegranate cutting that will grow well in my area, Southern California zone 9. I can trade you a Goji Berry cutting and/or seeds from below.

Tomatoes:

Roma
German Johnson
Yellow pear
Red Pear
Box Car Willie
Cherokee Purple
Mortgage lifter
Green Zebra
Red Robin
Sweetie
Brandywine
Jubilee

Herbs:

Dill
Thyme
Basil, Mammoth
Basil, Sweet basil
Basil, Genovese
Basil, Summerlong
Basil, Dark Opal Purple
Oregano
Sweet Marjoram
Yarrow
Tarragon
Arugula
Anise Hyssop
Sweet Mint

Veggie:

Kale, curly
Lettuce, Ashley
Lettuce, Romaine (green and reds mix)
Lettuce, Rouge d'Hiver (romaine)
Lettuce, Rougette de Montpellier
Leeks, American Flag
Onion, Parade
Onion, Sweet Spanish Yellow
Onion, Walla Walla
Spinach, Bloomsdale
Spinach, Round Leaf
Kohlrabi
Squash, Sweet Potato
Eggplant, Round Mauve

Peppers:

Cascabella
Cayenne
Cubanelle
Hot Cherry
Chocolate Bell
Bulgarian Carrot Pepper

Fruit:

Iroquois Melon
Minnesota Midget Melon

Flowers:

Marigold, Queen sophia
Marigold, Cottage Red
Marigold, Tangerine gem/Lemon gem
Sunflower, Velvet Queen
Sunflower, Taiyo
Sunflower, Teddy Bear
Alyssum, Carpet of snow
Alyssum, Royal Carpet
Nasturtium, Jewel Mix
Impatiens, Dwarf mixed
Impatiens, Dwarf Pink baby

Other:

Carnivorous plant seeds (pitcher, flytrap, sundew)

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fabaceae_native

Surprised you're asking for a cutting here given your location. The standard variety, 'Wonderful' does great in your area, is cheap and easy to find anyplace that sells plants, and is growing on just about every street in many parts of SoCal.

All you have to do is track down some bushes growing in public areas (try one of the urban harvesting/foraging databases to help locate some) and take your own cuttings. You sure do have an impressive array of seeds to trade though...

    Bookmark   January 29, 2013 at 1:44PM
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Tony(Zone 5. Omaha, Nebraska)

PR,
I just bought a box of giant Wonderful pomegranate that is very sweet at Costco. If you want seeds I can save plenty for you. They are very easy to start. Just send me email.

Tony

    Bookmark   January 29, 2013 at 2:08PM
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melikeeatplants

There are lots of ornamental pomegranates planted around so don't just clip a random SoCal pom or you may be disappointed.

    Bookmark   January 29, 2013 at 5:45PM
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jrgarden

I have Wonderful pomegranate. Contact me by e-mail if you want scions. they are free.

    Bookmark   January 29, 2013 at 9:35PM
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fabaceae_native

Good point melikeeatplants, you'd want to first make sure it's what you want, seeing it with fruit is an easy give away.

    Bookmark   January 30, 2013 at 2:40PM
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