relatively cold hardy pomegranates
I could use advice on whether to order Burnt Ridge's "sunbar pomegranate" or not. They say it is "among the hardiest of all pomegranates, having survived 7F." However, they also say it's soft seeded, and I've read elsewhere that the hard seeded types are hardier. I have the "Russian pomegranate" from Edible Landscaping already -- just planted it this year -- and I've got one more good protected spot where I'd like to put a second variety. Is the sunbar pomegranate the one to go for? Is there a better cultivar for cold hardiness? What would you all advise me here in zone 7a?