Three months ago, I planted several seed from a pomegranate that I purchased from Krogers. Would they bear fruits?

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  • Erica Glasener Erica Glasener on Apr 30, 2012
    Are the plants sprouting? If they sprout and grow you should probably get fruits but if they don't sprout, you could try cuttings from a pomegrante tree.

  • Douglas Hunt Douglas Hunt on May 01, 2012
    You should have seen signs of life about six weeks after you planted your pomegranate seeds. The problem is that seeds don't produce true-to-type. Because of that, taking a cutting, as Erica suggests, is considered a better means of propagation.

  • Yvette M Yvette M on May 01, 2012
    Thanks Erica and Douglas. Yes! I have 10 healthy pomegranate plants now about 4" - 6" tall.

  • Douglas Hunt Douglas Hunt on May 02, 2012
    Congratulations, Yvette.