Unfortunately, due to weather and a series of other factors we have had a second year of losses that left us with significantly fewer bare root trees to sell.
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Sweet Pink Pomegranate

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VERY RARE FUNDRAISER PLANT. There are only a few 6"- 1' tall plants in 1 gallon pots-2-3 years old

The tired, old mother tree managed to produce about 4 fruit in 2020 and they were amazing! They are very sweet with very little to no astringency -pure sweetness. The skin is a dark Pink to light red and the fruit inside are also a light pink to a dark red. We do not know how they will behave or produce, but we are very excited about this pomegranate!

The Mother Tree is on an old homestead in Auburn. We have only a few of these rare pomegranate plants because the old, grandmother, pomegranate tree does not throw out much wood to propagate from. We have only a couple plants, but will grow them out and multiply them over the next few years, thus increasing their availability in the future. These plants are expensive because they are rare, and we only have a few. As a fundraiser plant, sales will allow us to give them the extra care they need to get established and big enough to propagate from. These potted plants are small, no taller than 1'.

Please Note: We do not ship potted plants individually. It is too expensive, but we will ship them when ordered with other barefoot trees. By themselves, they are only available for pick up in N. San Juan.

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