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Pomegranate seeds

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kilat starts with ...
Hi,

I am looking to buy Pomegranate seeds for planting.

1)Could anyone suggest where could i order Pomegranate seeds?

2)anyone have suggestion which red Pomegranate is the best of all?
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21st July 2010 2:26am
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allybanana says...
The two red varieties Daley”s supply Wonderful and Ros. Gulosha are reputed the best but it also depends on climate. I have recently purchased five varieties to test them with cool costal summers of Eden NSW. Picked them up from Parr’s nursery Cobargo nice little bare rooted trees $11 each. Getting seeds has its advantages as it encourages genetic variation but you could easily spending a lot of time growing something that is mostly seed and ends up tasting shabby. They grow well from cuttings I could send some twigs if you are interested. I have Gulosha Azerbaijani, Jativa, Kazake, Veles and Sheapards Red I have ordered Wonderful and Ros. Gul. If you want your fruit two years earlier try Daley’s or Parr’s nursery.
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amanda bear says...
Hello Allybanana!

judt reading your forum post to someones else. I'm having a little trouble hunting up a Gulosha Azerbaijani over here. Would you be so kind and willing as to send a cutting over here?

yours greenly: ),
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j says...
sunraisya nurseries have a few different varieties. Check out their website.
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