Largest Fruit on Hardy, Ornamental Shrub Ambrosia Pomegranate is a fruit-bearing bush with ornamental features. Plant one near a doorway or as an accent for a perennial bed. Its ornamental qualities in spring make it an eye-catching choice for your landscape, and its fall harvest a sure conversation-starter. There are few plants more satisfying than the Ambrosia Pomegranate. It’s a hardy shrub requiring little care, and yet displays a profusion of bright, orange blooms in spring that are a stand-out amid other garden choices. Glossy green foliage creates a robust appearance through the summer months until the fall harvest provides the remarkable fruit its most known for. Lovely as it dangles on the bush, the fruit consists of shiny, pink globes that encase a multitude of delicious, juicy seeds. In fact, Ambrosia produces the largest fruit of all the Pomegranates—up to three times the size of other varieties! The Pomegranate is a fruit that has it all! A sweet/tart flavor to the purple-hued, fragrant juice, Ambrosia is a delicacy for all the senses. Suitable for eating directly from your bush, or used in a variety of culinary dishes, Pomegranates are a delicious choice that is also incredibly healthy. Latin for “apple of many seeds”, each Pomegranate is chocked full of antioxidants, vitamin C and fiber. It’s also shown to inhibit bad (LDL), cholesterol. Even the bark is said to have antibacterial qualities. Ambrosia Pomegranate is a deciduous shrub with arching branches. It will reach 16 feet in height with an equal spread, and is amenable to pruning if you so desire. With a little care, it can even be shaped into a tree form if you prefer. Ambrosia is an adaptable plant in other ways as well, being tolerant of a variety of soil conditions and accepting of both hot and cold climates. It’s even disease resistant and self-fruitful. Who wouldn’t want a plant with so much to offer! A long-lived plant with health benefits that’s easy to care for and a lovely accent for the landscape…Ambrosia Pomegranate has it all! * Outstanding fruit * Spring display * Hardy * Wildlife interest.
Superbly-Sweet Pomegranate Variety Sweet Pomegranate is a deciduous shrub (or small tree), that bears delicious, healthy fruit. Plant one in a sunny spot near a window where you can witness its lovely display. Sweet Pomegranate is a bit smaller than some other varieties, so you could even place one of these in a container for your patio. Your Sweet Pomegranate possess’ a remarkable array of features and benefits. You haven’t lived until you’ve tasted a Sweet Pomegranate. Just as its name implies, Sweet Pomegranate is sweeter than some of the more commonly-grown varieties on the market today, and it matches that superior taste with exceptional beauty. Brilliant orange/red flowers appear in late spring, followed by large, rosy-hued globes of delicious fruit. Sweet Pomegranate’s flesh is a delightful pink, studded with scarlet fruit. Each tiny, soft-seeded morsel exudes a sweet flavor with a slightly acidic edge. Sweet Pomegranate is packed full of potassium, vitamin C, iron, calcium, fiber and high in antioxidants. It has a history of use in a variety of culinary dishes, as well as a long legacy of health and healing properties. Your Sweet Pomegranate fruit will even ripen earlier than other varieties, offering you an amazing harvest already in early September. Sweet Pomegranate will grow up to 12 feet in height. It’s self-fertile and quite hardy overall. Sweet Pomegranate has fair salt, disease and pest resistance and will even thrive in some shade. Pomegranate is Latin for “seeded apple”, and although these exceptional fruits resemble apples, their fruit can be far costlier (so growing your own can be quite a savings). Unlike many other fruits you can grow, Sweet Pomegranate packs a lot of flavor into a little package, and has extraordinary health benefits as well. It is certainly a remarkable tree with unique charm–and a must-have for your home this year! * Delicious fruit with health benefits* Spring flowers* Self-fertile* Pest & disease resistant* Works well in containers* Drought tolerant* Long lived.
Hardy Ornamental with Outstanding Fruit The Wonderful Pomegranate is a hardy ornamental with a fabulous fall harvest. One would look lovely in your landscape bed, or plant several as a shrub boarder along the house. The flower of the Wonderful Pomegranate is amount the brightest red flower known to the gardener! Pomegranates grow 10-12 feet tall with an equal spread. They are most often grown as a shrub, but if you prefer a tree they’re simple enough to prune into a desired shape. Many people grow the Pomegranate not for the fruit, but simply for its ornamental appeal. You’ll love how the glossy dark green color of the oval leaves catch the midday sun. The leaves fill out the Pomegranate’s dense rounded shape, lending it an appealing silhouette that would enhance almost any location in your yard. The Wonderful Pomegranate is best placed in the sunniest, warmest part of your yard or orchard for the best fruit, although they will grow and flower in part shade. Spring and fall are special times for your Pomegranate. In the spring the leaves emerge with an uncommon splash of bronze. An abundance of dainty flowers follow, their rare blending of oranges and reds reminiscent of a summer sunset. You’ll be pleased to find that the flowers are hardier than many spring blooms, prolonging your enjoyment into the summer months and encouraging the hummingbirds who love them. Fall brings even more appeal, as yellow leaves and a harvest of the 4-inch, round red fruit proclaim a successful conclusion to the season. The deep red color of the Wonderful Pomegranate means that the pomegranate is ripe. This pomegranate is self-pollinated as well as cross-pollinated by insects. Pomegranates have been cultivated since ancient times, and the fruit is increasingly popular for its health benefits. The juice is chocked full of vitamins, antioxidants and other health advantages. Pomegranate has twice the amount of antioxidants found in grape juice, green tea or red wind, and reduces hardening of the arteries. The crimson fruit around each seed has a unique tart-sweet flavor and is popular eaten whole or used as a juice or syrup. Once you’ve tasted a Pomegranate from your very own tree, you’ll never want to be without one again. The attractive foliage, flowers and fruits of the pomegranate, as well as its small stature, makes it an excellent landscaping plant! * Ornamental * Outstanding fruit* Hardy.