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Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
Dwarf Pomegranate Punica Nana
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Dwarf Pomegranate Punica 'Nana'

  • A comapct pomegranate, fully hardy with summer-long flowers and autumn fruits
  • A highly attractive feature tree with the added bonus of producing glossy, versatile pomegranates!
  • Bright orange, double flowers in summer, it will look great in your garden for years to come
  • Rich green leaves that emerge flushed with bronze in spring
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 14cm pot

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A highly attractive feature tree, Pomegranates are well-known, although not as widely grown in our gardens as they should be.

With deep green foliage and bright orange flowers in summer, your pomegranate will look great for years to come, with its shiny fruits ripening in the sun and providing a beautiful contrast to its leaves.

A tough, deciduous shrub, Pomegranate Punica 'Nana' is completely hardy when established, and will easily tolerate our British winters. Also known as the Dwarf Pomegranate, it's more compact than other varieties and for best results, grow in a warm and sunny aspect in a pot where it can be moved around as necessary before planting out when its trunk has thicker wood.

Fully deserving its coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that this is a proven garden performer, guaranteed to be suitable for UK gardeners at every level of experience. You can therefore plant this in the garden with confidence, for stunning displays for many years to come.

Plants like a rich soil with plenty of grit and gravel for good drainage. Although drought-tolerant when established, do keep your plant well-watered and it will flower throughout the summer.

Pomegranate bushes love hot summers and your bush will thrive in a sunny spot in the shelter of a building or ideally up against a stone or brick wall that will radiate heat back to the plant, helping to ripen the fruit and protect it from any extreme winter weather.

Supplied as an established plant in a 14cm pot, ready for planting straight out. Will reach 1-2m tall in 10 years.

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Supplied as an established plant in a 14cm pot, ready for planting straight out. Will reach 1-2m tall in 10 years. Fruits September.

Plant Care Information

RHS Garden Merit
RHS Garden Merit
Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Edible
Edible
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow
Wildlife Friendly
Wildlife Friendly

Top Tips

Your Pomegranate Trees is best grown in a container where it can be grown outside during the summer and moved indoors ahead of colder weather. Although hardy to -8ºC when established, plants are best protected from frost when young.

Care Information

Planting advice for your Pomegranate:

  • For pomegranate trees grown in containers, you will need around a 45L (10 gallon) container.
  • Set the root ball into the pot and fill in around the roots with the soil to the top of the container but not covering the trunk.
  • Water the new tree in well and lightly tap the soil down to eliminate any air pockets and to settle it around the roots.

 

Pomegranate Aftercare advice:

  • Pomegranates are self-pollinating, so you only need one to set fruit and will bear fruit from their second year onwards if kept happy. They need full sun to reach their best so keep outside where possible and if inside place near a bright, sunny window.
  • If growing your pomegranate outside, keep an eye on the weather report and if the temperature drops below 40 degrees F. (4 C.), move the plant indoors to a sunny position.
  • Water the tree deeply about once a week, more often during peak summer months, especially container-grown plants.
  • During the first two years of the tree’s growth, feed with a general-purpose fertiliser in November, February, and May, and thereafter in November and February.

 

Pruning Advice for Pomegranates:

  • Prune out any crossing branches or shoots to three to five per branch after the tree’s first year.
  • Prune out any dead or damaged limbs in the late winter.
  • Prune out suckers to create a more tree-like appearance.

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Flowering Time
Fruiting Time
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Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
120 cm
120 cm
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