Pomegranite tree

ralph31558(z8GA)March 29, 2012

I bought a Pomegranite tree in a 3 1/2 gallon container andit has pea size fruit on it, I wanted to know when i can transplant this tree into the ground?I would think it might have to be in its doumant stage, but i dont know.The soil down hear isnt that great and someone told me to mix black cow into the existing soil this will help, dont know,

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wizzard419

You could probably do it now without issue, you might lose the fruit, but since it is so small, it might not survive to begin with.

In general it's not a good idea to ammend the soil when planting, and pomegranites really don't mind dry, arid soil since they grow in some pretty terrible conditions.

    Bookmark   March 29, 2012 at 5:46PM
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