I moved into my new home a couple of years ago in San Francisco Bay
Area. I have two Pomegranate trees about 8-10 feet tall in my back
yard. There bear a lot of flowers in spring, but no fruits. All the
flowers drop towards the end of spring. Any help on these is
1. Are there any promogranate varieties which grow 8-10 feet, that do
not give fruits ? (If so, I will give up worrying about fruits.)
2. Is there something that can be done to get fruits ?
Appreciate your and comments...
Thanks & Regards,
They grow here and there in the SoCal desert. Once they get big they
seem to do okay over even a harsh winter, but my young one froze back
to the roots this past year. Tho now it is growing a new top with even
more zeal than before. Next year, after it sheds its leaves, I think
I'll cover it for the winter with a big cardboard box.
Maybe you don't have many bees around to carry out the pollination, at
least not at the time the plants are in bloom. If you had only one tree
I would have also wondered whether you need a second one for fertilisation
but since you have two trees there is probably no problem there.
Your subject line had me very puzzled ....
John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)
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