Pomegranate Espalier

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  • Expertly crafted fruit trees grown on lattice
  • Perfect for small gardens, narrow garden beds or balcony
  • Enjoy delicious fruit, picked from your own garden
  • For best result, plant in full sun location
  • Suitable for planter pots

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Description

Pomegranate Espaliers are skillfully trained to grow flat against a wall or fence, perfect for gardens with limited space. Ideal for small gardens, patios, and balconies, they can also be decorative in larger garden landscapes. Enjoy harvesting delicious fruit in your very own garden.

 

Product Specifications – Pomegranate Espalier

  • Common Name: Pomegranate Espalier
  • Botanical Name:¬†Punica granatum
  • Form: Upright, Espalier
  • Evergreen / Deciduous: Deciduous
  • Position: Full Sun location
  • Soil Type: Well-draining, well draining soil
  • Water Needs: Keep watered and mulched during warmer seasons
  • Fertilizer: Use a fertiliser suitable for pomegranates, especially during the first few years.
  • Fruit: Delay harvesting fruit for several days after fertilisation.
  • Planter Suitability: Yes

 

Commonly Asked Questions

How do I look after my Pomegranate Espalier?

Espaliered fruit will continue to grow beyond the current lattice. You can snip off the existing lattice to attach a larger lattice or an additional one. Espaliered fruit grows well along guide wires also. Plants can also be pruned back to smaller sizes to suit compact gardens.

 

How do I get my Pomegranate Espalier to produce delicious fruit?

A well-hydrated plant will produce juicy fruit. The location of the Espalier is especially important, as fruit trees will prefer a full sun location. Look into disease prevention to ensure your plant is healthy. Use a fertiliser suitable for pomegranate, which is especially important in the first few years while your plant settles in. Good draining is also a must, along with a layer of mulch, which will help keep the soil’s moisture. After fertilising, delay harvesting fruit for several days.

 

When do Pomegranates produce fruit?

Pomegranate plants can take a good couple of years to produce their first fruit crop. be patient and look after your plant’s health; you will be rewarded. You can expect fruit in the late summer and early Autumn. Allow fruit to ripen on the tree; depending on the wildlife in your area, you may need to prevent birds from feasting on the fruit.

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