POMEGRANATE - ROSAVAYA
A winner on flavour, even if not the most elegant fruit. Galusha Rosavaya fruit tends to be slightly elongated, pink and angular - but the arils are large and the flavour is exceptional.
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Plant Information or Specifications
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Warm Temperate, Arid (Dry)
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Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)
Plants required to Pollinate
1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?
Amount of leaves in Winter?
No Leaves (Deciduous)
Suitability in Pots
Yes with 35L+ Pot
Drought Hardy (Little Watering)
Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree?
Can be pruned to 2m
Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest
Sun or Shade
Preferred Soil Type
March, April, May
Question & Answer
How long does it take usually to bear fruit? From: GWELUP WA
It is a grafted variety so it will start to flower and then fruit straight away however always good to remove flowers so it puts effort into growth rather than fruit at least for the first year.
Sure From: TARNEIT VIC
Hi, could you pls recommend the best type of pomegranate for our coastal Sydney garden? We would like to purchase 6. From: Vaucluse NSW
All varieties of pomegranate would be suitable for the Sydney climate. The varieties differ in size, taste and how they crop. You can read each of their descriptions on this page http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/fruit%20pages/pomegranate.htm Since you can often buy the wonderful variety in shops how about you try the other varieties. I would get 2 of the: #PomegranateElche2759 2 of the: #PomegranateRosavaya901 1 of the: #PomegranateBen2683 and 1 of the: #PomegranateAzerbaijani2682
Customer Comments on Pomegranate - Rosavaya
Pomegranate - Rosavaya
So delicious! Makes the most wonderful pomegranate molasses. Fruit splits in very wet summers, then they get attacked by fruit fly. Prolific in dry summers. | Peggy - Mount Lofty, QLD 20-Feb-2017
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Update: 161 days 2hrs
Comments: - Plenty of beautiful red flowers but only a few set fruit after 6 years.
Height 3 metres
Growing: In the Ground
First Fruited: 6 Years from purchase in pot
Sun/Shade: Full Sun
Water Given in: AutumnSummer
Pollination: Self Pollination
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