Wonderful Pomegranate Trees for Sale - Which 3 Pomegranates Trees are best for your Garden
Pomegranate Trees for Sale
There are 3 Pomegranate Trees that are best for home gardens. They are Wonderful, Angel red and Russian Giants and these 3 wonderful pomegranate trees are for sale.
What make these trees so great is that they do not grow too big and they usually start to bear fruits in 2 - 3 years. Which is great news for those of you who lack patience.
Out of all Fruit trees these are one of the fastest fruit bearing trees around. And the climates of where they can be grown are pretty much consistent. So this makes them great for growers who want to grow different varieties.
There are a few differences when it comes to these 3 pomegranates. The differences are in taste, height of tree, size of fruit, and a slight variance in growth zones where they can be grown.
Based on these qualities you will discover which pomegranate tree are best for you. But Regardless of the choice you make, you will be delighted with your decision.
Wonderful Pomegranate Trees
Wonderful Pomegranates are the most well known of all pomegranates. If you have been to the supermarket lately, then you will see wonderful pomegranates available for sale at the produce section. They are also the first choice when it comes to the juices.
And it makes sense that they choose these fruit cause the taste is amazing. It is so sweet and delicious. It's really refreshing when you bite into it and the juices just pop into your mouth.
The tree itself are wonderful for growing. They grow up to 15 ft high and 10 feet wide so even if you you do not have a large garden you can still grow this fruit. And imagine you will have large fruits growing from this tree within 3 years. So it is just like the quote says big things do come in small packages :)
The tree is drought tolerant and is self fertile. It needs about 200 chill hours and grows in zones 7 and higher. The Wonderful pomegranates will begin to ripen in September so you will be enjoying these fruits towards the end of summer.
Angel Red Pomegranate Trees
Angel Red Pomegranate Trees bears a lot of fruits. The fruit itself is a bit different than other pomegranates. The skin and juice has a bright red color. And the seeds are soft.
Making them much easier to eat. So if you do not like the fibrous content of pomegranate seeds. Or you hate the labor of spitting seeds out. Then this fruit is the best choice for you.
Angel Red Pomegranates are a dwarf variety meaning that they do not grow as large as other trees. They usually grow up to 10 feet tall and wide, and are self pollinators so it is not necessary to grow other trees, but is encouraged if you want plenty of fruits.
They are to be grown in zones 7 and higher with at least 8 hours of direct sunlight exposure. So make sure you pick a good spot in your yard. Also they need to be watered weekly or more often if you are experiencing dry spells during the growing season.
You will be experiencing the wonderful taste of Angel Red's in late summer. They usually start to bear fruit in early September which is a bit earlier than other varieties.
Angel Red Pomegranate Trees for sale
Russian Giant Pomegranate Trees
Russian Pomegranate Trees are very special fruit trees.They can survive temperatures as low as 5 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the only pomegranate tree that you will be able to grow in the Northeast area of America. I'm sure all you Northerners are jumping in praises like I am.
But typical of all pomegranates trees they start bearing at 2 or 3 years old. Which in my opinion is great since you will be enjoying these fruits in a shorter amount of time than other fruits. A quick return on investment in my opinion.
The Pomegranates that grow will be about the size of a Grapefruit, and the juice will be very sweet.
The size of the trees will be 15 feet wide and 15 feet tall. They grow in Zones 6-11 so colder climate areas will be able to enjoy Russian Pomegranates. But Zone 6 Areas should provide winter protection for the tree in the first few years, until the roots become strong enough to survive the winters.
Russian Pomegranates start to bear fruit around Late September to Mid-October so you will be experiencing a sweet Autumn. Which will put a smile on you face while you stare down the harsh winter.