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Pomegranate ‘Wonderful’

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‘Wonderful’ is an excellent source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber.  This sweet and tangy fruit is comprised of large compartments filled with soft seeds, delicious for juicing or eating fresh.  Pomegranates are often used in Spanish and Middle Eastern dishes.  With its gorgeous orange-red blossoms in the spring and golden yellow foliage in the fall, ‘Wonderful’ offers seasonal interest, as well.  This pomegranate is a beautiful addition to the landscape with its colorful fruit and waxy flowers.    ‘Wonderful’ is drought resistant, adaptable, and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.  This pomegranate also grows well in containers, making it the perfect addition to your patio garden!

After frost has passed, plant your pomegranate in a location with full sun, protection from the wind, and well-drained soil.  If your pomegranate is in a container in cooler climates (USDA Zone 7 or lower), be sure to move it into the garage or indoors during the winter months.

  • Self-pollinating
  • Drought resistant
  • Grows well in containers!

Plant Details +

Botanical Punica granatum
Common Name Pomegranate, 'Wonderful'
Size 1 Yr #1
Height 10', or as pruned
Spacing 10'
Hardiness Zone: 7-10
Exposure Full Sun
Foliage Dark Green
Flower Red, showy flowers
Fruit Yes
Harvest Fall

Planting/Care Instructions +

Soil Type (this field contains PH): Prefers loamy, well-drained soil. Choose a location with full sun and protection from the wind.

Moisture: Water regularly during the first few growing seasons. Water occasionally once established.

Planting Instructions: May be planted in any well-drained soil. 1. Dig a hole the same depth as the root system and two to three times as wide. 2. Set the plant crown (where the top meets the roots) in the hole, just above the original soil surface. 3. Cover with soil to the original soil surface. Water thoroughly. No need to fertilize at the time of planting. Plant in the spring, when the soil is workable. Fertilizer: Fertilize in early spring, before new growth begins with a high-nitrogen fertilizer or a balanced fertilizer.