Pomegranate Growing Guide
Crop Rotation Group
Any reasonable moisture-retentive but well-drained soil.
Pomegranates easily tolerate periodic frosts.
Topdress the root zone with a balanced organic fertiliser each spring, and mulch with well-rotted organic matter year round.
Coreopsis, Lavender, Cosmos, Zinnia and Nasturtium.
Single Plants: 3.00m (9' 10") each way (minimum)
Rows: 3.00m (9' 10") with 3.00m (9' 10") row gap (minimum)
Sow and Plant
Set out plants in winter when dormant.
Our Garden Planner can produce a personalised calendar of when to sow, plant and harvest for your area.
Pomegranate fruit split when ripe so pay close attention to them in wet weather and pick them to prevent them spoiling.
Fruits are ripe when the skin becomes dull, ripe fruits also have a habit of splitting open.
Net to prevent bird damage.
Planting and Harvesting Calendar
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