Transplanting pomegranate saplings


DrMike27

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Hi all,

Long time reader, first time commenter. I decided to germinate some pomegranate seeds for kicks over the late winter, and actually got 8 of them to grow. The biggest is about 6”. I live in Phoenix (zone 9b) and was just wondering if anyone knew when it would be best to transplant these to a bigger living space? How big should I go? I’m pretty decent at growing vegetables, but this is my first foray into fruit.
—Dr. Mike
 

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DrMike27

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Also please don’t judge me for my dead lavender ;)
 
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Meadowlark

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Pomegranate are actually very easy to grow...at least here in East Texas.

Transplant before high heat hits your area if possible...here that would be in January or so. They are going to need a large space to grow in. I don't think mine could stay in containers as they need more room...but maybe yours won't.
 

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