We have over 100 Pomegranate trees at The Holler. They are blooming and forming fruit now and I thought you might like to see some photos of the process. These are the initial flowers.
You can see the pomegranate starting to form at the base of this one.
Our pomegranates are organic and haven’t been touched by insecticides for at least ten years. Here’s a bug to prove it!
As a matter of fact, when we moved in, the builder had mowed down all the pomegranates, so we didn’t know we had any. Pomegranates share a common root system, and are a very hardy tree, so they just grew back, bringing up more trees with them. So, surprise, we now have a large orchard!
Flowers and newly forming fruit as it appears on the trees.
Here are some juvenile fruit, about as big as my first thumb knuckle.
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