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Has anyone tried transplanting a pomegranate tree?

Posted by dfouts AZ (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 24, 06 at 17:03

We have a pomegranate tree that is about 15 feet tall, that we would like to relocate. It was here when we purchased the home about 10 years ago, and we feel it is at least 3-4 years older than that. We really do not want to start over from scratch, so .......

Has anyone tried relocating a tree like this? If so, what time of the year did you do it, was it successful, etc. Any tips would be appreciated.


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RE: Has anyone tried transplanting a pomegranate tree?

Here's a link to a site with info on pomegranage trees. Maybe you can find some help there.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pomegranate Tree Care


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RE: Has anyone tried transplanting a pomegranate tree?

well, we transplanted an aunts from tucson 6 months ago. it was 10 ft tall. now its doing great, covered in pomegranites, 16 ft! i think theres a certain time of the year to plant


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RE: Has anyone tried transplanting a pomegranate tree?

What a job! My quess would be in the middle of the cool weather. Jim


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RE: Has anyone tried transplanting a pomegranate tree?

Yes I have transplanted a pomegranate tree with a 90" tree spaid. I run John Hancock tree relocation if you have any question please fell free to give me a call at (602) 291-5005 Jim


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