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Pomegranite, how would I go about this?

Posted by rjinga middle ga, zone 8 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 08 at 23:54

And is now a good time? My M.I.L's next door neighbor has a tree that is probably 40 years old, and currently is setting fruit...partly flowering, some partially developing fruit. i have no idea what variety it is.

I'm dying to get some of it and try to grow it.

I've never done this before, so any advice would be welcomed.

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RE: Pomegranite, how would I go about this?

You need semi hard wood cuttings about 4 to 6 inches long with no flowers or fruit. I do mine in June and July in zone 9. They root readily if kept shaded and misted regularly.

RE: Pomegranite, how would I go about this?

I've never propagated pomegranate, but I believe they are also propagated as hardwood cuttings, fall or winter.

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