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Pomegranate Dwarf Nana

Pomegranate Dwarf Nana


Description: The Dwarf Nana pomegranate is a small, shrub-like tree with dense, bushy growth. It typically reaches a height and spread of 2 to 3 feet, making it an excellent choice for small gardens, containers, or as a low hedge. The plant produces attractive glossy green foliage and may occasionally bear small, ornamental fruit, though it's primarily grown for its ornamental value rather than fruit production.

Size: As the name suggests, the Dwarf Nana pomegranate is small in size, reaching heights of around 2 to 3 feet with a similar spread. Its compact growth habit makes it well-suited for use as a decorative accent or border plant in landscapes.

Best Growing Zones: The Dwarf Nana pomegranate is suitable for growing in USDA hardiness zones 7 to 11. It thrives in warm, sunny climates and is tolerant of a wide range of soil types, provided they are well-drained. In cooler climates, it can be grown in containers and overwintered indoors in a sunny location.

Cultivation: Plant Dwarf Nana pomegranates in a location with full sun exposure for optimal growth and flowering. They prefer well-drained soil with average fertility. Regular watering is essential during the establishment period, but once established, the plant is relatively drought-tolerant. Pruning can be done to maintain its compact size and shape, and it's best done in late winter or early spring before new growth begins.

Flowering and Fruit: While Dwarf Nana pomegranates may produce small, ornamental fruit under optimal growing conditions, they are primarily grown for their attractive foliage and showy flowers. The plant produces bright orange-red flowers in late spring to early summer, which are followed by small, ornamental fruit. However, the fruit of Dwarf Nana pomegranates is typically small and not suitable for culinary use.

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