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How to Grow Pomegranate in Pot | Easy growing tips

By: Ramchandra Bhatia                                    Date: 25.01.2016

The pomegranate, botanical name Punica granatum, is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree in the family Lythraceae that grows between 5 and 8 m tall.

About Pomegranate :

Pomegranate fruit is considered the best in the container to grow because its roots are shallow compared to other plants. It is a very cold hardy plant. Pomegranate trees are especially suited for growing in containers. Engaged in container trees, a large tree is easier than in the care.

Ground pomegranate tree was at least 20 feet in height, while the dwarf species of trees 5 feet in height. The ‘State Fair’ species is considered to be 5 feet long. Another species ‘Nana’ is a height of 2 to 3 feet. Most are deciduous type pomegranate. Most species grow well in full sun and well-drained soil, which pH level is 5.5 to 7.2. Pomegranate trees flourish in hot dry conditions.  Its plants in March and July liquid fertilizer 10-10-10 ratio, which helps to increase production. Pomegranate plants tolerate cold, but the temperature at a constant 10 degrees can cause damage to plants.

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Classification:

Scientific Name                  Punicum Granatum

Common Name                  Pomegranate                     

Plant Type                          Fruit

Height                                  5 to 8 meter

Sun Requirements             Full sun

Soil                                       well-drained, loam soils

Soil pH                                 5.5 to 7.2

Pruning                                February or March

Soil:   

Pomegranate can adapt, when it should be grown in a wide range of soil and drainage is adequate. Pomegranate completely grows well in well-drained, fertile and deep loam soils. Moderate acid or alkaline soil grow well pomegranate inverted. The plants tolerate a wide range of pH 4.2 to 8.2, but the plant for good growth requires 5.5 to 7.2 pH level. If you are growing in a container use good quality bark, Potting Mix, and use pebbles in the bottom of the container, the water could drain well.

Sun Requirements:

Pomegranate trees in full sunlight each day is necessary for thriving. Keep the container in the sun so you always. However, they tend to tolerate partial shade.

Watering:  

Pomegranate tree completely happy with well-drained soils, waterlogged soils is damage to the plant. Large amounts of organic matter in the soil in which you have received, the soil is best. You choose the pot should be drainage hole at the bottom is a must.

Fertilizing:   

Pomegranate trees in containers that seem to require regular fertilization. When you put it in the pot of slow release fertilizer should be mixed into the soil and then use liquid fertilizer. In Growing season, every week, use of organic fertilizers. This will help plant growth and fruiting. Overfeeding if use the high nitrogen fertilizer its effects particular on the production of fruit.

Grow in containers:    

  • Pomegranate trees in containers are much more enjoyable to watch. For this, you select clay container, fill the container, Potting Mix. Potting Mix recipe view. Prepare yourself for this part Soil Fertile soil, one part peat compost and one part cocoa and mix with some of the rates.
  • Pomegranate trees require more sunlight, so choose a place where there is more sunlight.
  • The plants prefer full sun, so keep an eye on the temperature. Room temperature should be 50 to 60 ° F. Dusk during winter temperature is between 40 to 45 degrees. Keep the plant to reduce the temperature in the sun.
  • Growing season to keep the soil moist Water regularly. Turn the water cut in the month of August. Empty the saucer after watering laid down.
  • Give fertilizer every two weeks from spring until fall. 10-10-10 liquid fertilizer instructed to use.
  • Dead Stems remove or shaping it to pruning. Spring is the perfect time of pruning the plant will start new growth.

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Grow by cutting or seedling :     

If you plant in your garden or container pomegranate want to grow, you have to buy the plant nursery. Whether you can develop it by cutting or seedling. If a tree is visible around you take a cutting from the tree, which is 10 inches long, cut the end of the routing cover by rooting hormones, Take a cutting in February or March, when the plant is dormant.

Pruning or trimming :

Pruning or trimming is the best time to plant pomegranate, in February or March when the plant is dormant. It is necessary to trim a little bit at a time, as it will be able to not encounter major pruning. The size of the plant to make the weak branches and dead branches can be trimmed to separate. Keep pruning to a minimum, otherwise, the fruit will not.

Pests and disease:    

Though pomegranate plant, which can be very easily grown. But these fruits rots, molds, pests and wood are susceptible to damage. Pomegranate tree flowers and buds attract butterflies, their larvae are collected on the flower buds, which caused major destruction of the crop is created. pomegranate leaf attracts mealy bugs, scale insects, thrips, mites, and whitefly. Its base is the termite damage. However, adequate sunlight and are less likely than healthy trees.

Popular varieties :     

Antioxidants in pomegranate juice are very popular because of its taste and pungent. If you are putting in place the pomegranate plant is important to know about the species.

  1. State Fair :

The pomegranate is a dwarf variety. Its height is 5 feet. The fruits are small, there is a diameter of about 2 inches. “State Fair” is more tolerant to cold.

  1. Nana:

The pomegranate is another popular dwarf variety. Its height is 3 feet, and its flowers are orange. The fruits are small. It is more cold tolerant than the larger varieties.

  1. Granada:

“Granada” crimson blooms, its flavor is less pungent. The tree grows to 15 feet. It prefers sun and happiness. Put it right into the ground. This also cold tolerant.

  1. Angel Red:

“Angel Red,” is famous due to its soft seeds and culinary applications. Its length is 10 feet. Full sun and regular watering are required. so it Growing outdoor is more appropriate.

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