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Pomegranate in a pot

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Carmela starts with ...
I wowuld love to grow a pomegranate tree but I only have a verandah. Can it grow in a pot as a dwarf tree?
Cheers, Carmela
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Carmela
Sydney
21st July 2007 9:58pm
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Kath says...
Pomegranates will grow beautifully in pots. Every year or two lift your tree and prune back its roots and the top by about 1/3, repot it into fresh mix, this will keep it happy in a pot and keep it as a smaller bushier shrub.
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Kath
Cawongla
23rd July 2007 3:46pm
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jackie says...
Can I grow a pomegranates tree in Northern New York? Will it with-stand cold weather?
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New York
31st October 2007 4:39am
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Kath says...
Pomegranates are deciduous so they will drop their leaves through winter making then hardy to the cold.
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Leona says...
Yes you can. I have a semi-dwarf variety, which grows to around 2 metres in the ground. It is growing beautifully in a pot.
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Perth
9th November 2007 12:18pm
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