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dwarf Pomegranate

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Sylta starts with ...
why does my dwarf Pomegranate not set fruit? It is in a pot.
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Sylta
Forest Lake Qld
12th September 2010 11:29am
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Magpie says...
This may be a bit simplistic but most nurseries will stock dwarf fruiting and flowering pomegranates. Double check the label to make sure your dwarf pomegranate is definitely a fruiting variety as human error does occur occasionally. It may also be early or late fruiting type. Some dwarf pomegranates are grown only for their flowers and autumn colour, and won’t ever fruit, so make sure you’ve got a good fruit-bearing variety. How old is the plant and have you been feeding and watering it regularly?
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Elke says...
I have one of those, cute little bush, has great orange double flowers and lots of them but NO fruit. I have a fruiting pommegranate also (but it has not fruited yet, only 1 year old cutting), so I am keeping this one, just for the beautiful flowers.
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16th September 2010 11:11am
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allybanana says...
It is possible to graft them i have heard that is the best way to get good fruit on a dwarf pomergranate i dont think anyone is doing it comercialy so its up to backyard butchers come sicon surgeons. check these links they mention grafting poms.

http://www.rootsofpeace.org/assets/Vegetative%20Propagation%20Techniques.pdf

http://crfgsandiego.org/Newsletters/CRFG%20SD-Newsletter-March2006.pdf scroll down to page two

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