Light requirements for Pomegranates?
I brought some one year old pomegranates inside to avoid freeze damage after they had gone into dormancy outside (about of month outside after the first freeze). But, I forgot to move them into the garage and the heat and light from a skylight brought them out of dormancy.
So, now I am wondering how much light they will need to do OK until I can move them outside (probably about April here). Will the amount of light sitting by east facing french doors be enough to keep them going well, or should I add some artificial light? If so, how much?
You guys both helped and amazed me with some great detailed info on getting cannas starte indoors early last winter. Thought I'd call on you again. PS I am no kind of expert on indoor lighting.