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Wonderful Pomegranate

Punica granatum 'Wonderful'


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-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
-t- Planting Mix
Wonderful Pomegranate Planting Mix

Helps your Wonderful Pomegranate get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Coarse Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents

Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors
(hardy down to 20℉)

Growing Zones 8-11 outdoors
4-11 patio
8-11 outdoors

You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

8-12 ft.

Mature Width:

6-8 ft.


Full Sun

Growth Rate:


Harvest Time:


Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st Year!

Botanical Name:

Punica granatum 'Wonderful'

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Pick Fruit 5 Years Sooner

- Delicious Fruit
- Fast Grower with Abundant Harvest
- Drought Tolerant & Trouble Free
- Anti-Oxidant Rich Fruit

Wonderful is, by far, the most widely planted pomegranate in the US. It thrives almost anywhere in zones 8-11. Adapts to a variety of soils. Resists drought, heat and pests. You can easily grow your pomegranates without chemicals to make your super fruit even healthier.

Abundant Producer. An established yard tree can produce 100 pomegranates or more each season. Plenty to store and share. With the high price of Pomegranates, you can save hundreds each year. You will be amazed at how much sweeter your tree-ripened fruit will taste. Wonderful seeds are highly nutritious and are soft enough to be easily chewed and eaten.

Enjoy Your Pomegranates for 7 months a year. They ripen at different rates, over a long harvest season. Plus they store better than any fruit we know of. Just keep them in a cool dark place, or refrigerate them. Wonderfuls resist bruising and discoloration.

Grow in any size yard. Your tree quickly reaches 8 to 12 feet and loves to be pruned. Most people leave them in their natural, bushy form, while others trim off lower branches to make them more tree like. Their roots are well behaved... so you can even plant them next to your home or a fence. Pomegranate trees can live 100 years or more and produce into an old age

Northern growers can pot their Wonderful in a container. The fruit does not like temperatures below 12 F. Just move it in your garage or indoors during the coldest part of winter.

The Wonderful is self pollinating, meaning that you only need one to produce fruit. Still, each tree will produce even more with a second pollinator.

This is a fun tree that's always doing something. In the spring you get incredible Flaming, Orange, Red Blooms that last all the way into summer. They attract hummingbirds and light up your landscape. Throughout the summer, the large, bright red fruit overtakes your tree. Then in the fall, your fruit is ready to enjoy and your leaves turn a brilliant yellow.

We grow your tree to fruit the 1st year, NOT 5-10 years. Seed grown trees won't fruit until they mature. So they can grow to be 12 feet tall and still not fruit. We don't grow from seed. Instead, we grow from cuttings taken from a mature Mother Tree... proven to make exceptionally delicious fruit. This thousand year old process is natural and non GMO. It's used by commercial Pomegranate growers to ensure the best tasting fruit and faster fruit production. This process takes us a lot more time and work, which is why many nurseries don't do it. However, the difference for you is huge.

With other trees, you could wait up to 10 years to discover they make bad fruit. There is a lot of genetic diversity in pomegranate seeds. Sweet fruit is the exception. Fortunately, you don't have to play genetic roulette. Your tree is guaranteed to make great tasting fruit, exactly like it's parent.

Your tree has been continually pruned through it's life, not just when we send it out. So you get more branches. More branching mean more fruit. Both immediately and over the long life of your tree. This also puts more pomegranates at a safe, easy picking height.

Start enjoying the beauty, health benefits and unique flavor of this amazing fruit. Order today while supplies are still available.

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Wonderful Pomegranate Pollination

Wonderful Pomegranate are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Wonderful Pomegranate will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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Customer Reviews

4.1 / 5.0
66 Reviews
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Extremely pleased with my Pomegranate Tree
Extremely pleased with my Pomegranate tree, nice and full, very healthy no broken branches nor yellow leaves, can't wait for it to yield fruit
Absolutely beautiful
Absolutely beautiful
October 26, 2018
3 weeks ago
Growing Zone:
Was not looking good when transplanted. Doing so well, new leaves. Looking really healthy. Bright green new growth. Looking forward to a healthy, fruit producing bush within a few years.
August 6, 2018
4 months ago
Growing Zone:
Not bad but arrived with alot of leaf damage
Arrived well packaged but leaves we're badly eaten. Replanted and so far so good. Plants were smaller than I had anticipated. Will check back later to review how they do over the course of the summer
July 19, 2018
4 months ago
I bought the pomegranate and it is growing into a beautiful plant. I would recommend this plant. I am excited about next spring, waiting for it to start producing fruit.
July 9, 2018
5 months ago
Growing Zone:
Nice plant. Doesn't like Texas Panhandle wind much.
Now that the wind has finally subsided here in the Texas panhandle, this little tree/bush is doing much better. I have now planted in my garden and hope to see it flourish in years to come.
July 8, 2018
9 months ago
Growing Zone:
Didn't make it
Unfortunately the plant that came didn't make it. I potted it in a large barrel planter, I left it outside for spring, and with the rains I am afraid I couldn't adjust the watering. Unfortunately after a while it just shed all of its leaves and now I think I will have to get rid it.
June 25, 2018
5 months ago
Looking great and healthy
It started very small but as I have pruned it several times it is getting taller and it's shape is excellent. Hope to have much fruit and am looking forward to some good juice from my steamer.
June 24, 2018
9 months ago
Growing Zone:
Great and easy tree
The tree arrived on time and I planted after a few days on the weekend. It is doing great - no fruit yet.
My Pomegranate Tree is doing well!
My Pomegranate Tree is doing well!
June 22, 2018
7 months ago
4 Weeks After Delivery
So far, so good! Received the 3 gallon tree on May 11, 2018 and immediately potted (zone 6b). Today is June 9, 2018. I've used a citrus fertilizer every other week and have lots of new growth. It was a little squished in the box, and I've had to stabilize some branches with ties.
4 weeks after delivery
on delivery (far left)
June 9, 2018
6 months ago
Growing Zone:
so healthy
Fast growing and already has a this tree. It was shipped fast and arrived very strong and healthy
June 2, 2018
6 months ago

Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Wonderful Pomegranate

Wonderful Pomegranate Planting Diretions

The Wonderful pomegranate tree (Punica granatum 'Wonderful') is a moderately fast growing, low maintenance, drought tolerant tropical fruit producer. It thrives in full sun when planted outdoors in USDA growing zones 8-11, will reach a mature “dwarf” height of 8-12 feet and 6-8 feet wide. Established pomegranate trees have been known to produce up to 100+ pomegranates each season! The Wonderfuls seeds are highly nutritious and soft enough to be easily eaten. The other advantage of the fruit is the long storing times and their ability to resist bruising and discoloration.

Choosing a location: Pomegranates need full sun and loamy soil to perform best although they are quite adaptable to different soil types providing there is good drainage. Try to allow a good 20 feet of space from other trees and structures for the tree to grow unless you plan on keeping it a shorter height through pruning. They do not care for areas susceptible to heavy winds.

Planting directions (in ground):
1) Make your hole twice the size of the root ball and just as deep. If there is a large amount of clay in the native soil, try to amend with sand and perlite to improve the drainage.
2) Carefully remove the tree from its pot and gently comb the sides of the root ball with your hands to free up the roots a bit.
3) Position the tree into the hole and keep it straight as you begin to back fill the hole. Tamp down with your hands to prevent air pockets from forming around the root system.
4) Water the planting area well (but do not over saturate the soil) and then spread a 2-3 inch layer of mulch to help conserve moisture.

Planting directions (potted):
1) Select a pot that will be large enough to grow the tree and be sure it has multiple holes in the bottom. Proper drainage is essential for your pomegranate’s survival.
2) Place the tree into the container and begin to fill in around the roots. Your soil should be loose, loamy and rich in organic material. Do not cover the trunk of the tree with soil.
3) Water your tree and tamp down on the soil eliminating any air pockets that may have developed while potting the tree.
4) Place your tree in a location indoors where it will receive full sun which in turn will give you the best fruiting results.

Watering: Pomegranates have a good tolerance to drought conditions but will perform best in a somewhat moist soil, but overly saturated soil will lead to serious issues. Flower/fruit drop and root rot are the results of the tree receiving an excessive amount of moisture. Typically you should only water your tree once every 7-8 days but in the warmer seasons you may need to provide a little more. Provide 2-3 gallons of water per session but be careful not to water too much in a single setting if you haven’t kept up with the normal 7-8 day regimen, it may shock the tree. It’s better to provide small amounts of water more frequently. A weekly deep watering of the potted pomegranate tree will be sufficient. You may need to provide a little more in the hotter season.

Pruning: Avoid doing any trimming of the tree in its first year of growth. When ready to prune be sure to do so after the threat of any frosts/freezes have passed and before the tree is about to start growing. Dead, undesirable or weak branches should be removed to direct nutrients to the proper areas of the tree. By shortening larger branches you can encourage more flowering. Remove dead/damaged limbs from the potted pomegranate in late winter. “Suckers” can be removed at anytime.

Fertilizing: Do not fertilize your tree for the first year of growth. In the second year, if your pomegranate is performing poorly then fertilizer may be needed to supplement the right nutrients to the tree. Apply 2 ounces of nitrogen in the spring and then an additional ounce each following year. When the tree is about five years old, apply 6-8 ounces of nitrogen in the late winter before leaves begin to emerge. Take care not to over fertilize or it will stunt your bloom production with the excessive nitrogen.

Fertilize your potted pomegranate tree regularly during the growing season. Using a half strength liquid 8-8-8 formula, feed the tree once every two weeks during the growing season. Be sure to follow the instructions on the label for the correct application. Potted trees tend to become zinc deficient which can be identified by a yellowing of the leaves. Spraying the foliage with a diluted zinc solution can fix this issue. Compost or manure can also be beneficial but take care not to use anything with an excessive amount of nitrogen. Although this will encourage a good foliage, it will deter flower production.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
Love pomegranate and wanted to grow my own .
Gloria F on Oct 28, 2018
I have grown The Wonderful Pomegranate before, they are very hardy and produce lots of fruit
Patsy F on Oct 23, 2018
Love pomegranate and wanted to grow my own .
Gloria F on Oct 28, 2018
The health benefits of the fruit number one; so why pay for over priced processed fruit when we can grow our own. Also your ad helped me make the decision to buy, thanks.
G A on Oct 24, 2018
I have grown The Wonderful Pomegranate before, they are very hardy and produce lots of fruit
Patsy F on Oct 23, 2018
I love pomegranate and would like to add trees to my food forest.
Clement D on Oct 23, 2018
My love for the fruit
Michael O on Oct 23, 2018
hardy sweet awesome fruit !
William B on Oct 23, 2018
It seems like a hardy plant, easy to grow. My wife eats these like they are going out of style.
william w on Oct 15, 2018
Favorite fall fruit
Sharah T H on Oct 4, 2018
I love pomegranates
Virginia B on Sep 26, 2018
I love to eat juicy pomegranates.
Teresa B on Aug 4, 2018
All of my purchases today are long term investments which will pay me back season after season all the way up until I sell my house where I will hopefully have some added valuation due to having established fruit bearing trees, bushes, and plants on the property. As you guys definitely know, there is nothing like going out back and grabbing some fresh fruits or vegetables.. these are just another addition to living off my land and controlling the quality of what goes in my body.
John O on Jun 16, 2018
I Like pomegranate
Manuel G on Jun 11, 2018
Best fruit ever
Babar R on Jun 8, 2018
Had these as a child and loved the taste
irene s on Jun 4, 2018
I will leave comments after I receive the product. Paid a premium price and expecting great quality as promised in the website.
Suja A on Jun 1, 2018
Love to eat pomegranates
Judy L on May 27, 2018
wanted a Pomegranate tree and this sounded like a good tree
Sandra B on May 24, 2018
Love them and brings back great memories from my childhood..
Debbie P on May 24, 2018
It is it is easy to take care of, and we like Pomegranates!
Dennis H on May 2, 2018
Love Pomegranates
Patricia R on Apr 25, 2018
I feel it the Best choice!
Reba O on Apr 22, 2018
my wife loves the fruit, and when in season I purchase enough pommegranites to justify trying to grow them at home, and it will be a fun husband wife project
Greg C on Apr 22, 2018
Love pomegranates!!!
Griselda O on Apr 17, 2018
I love pomegranates and excited to grow this indoors!
Brittney M on Apr 16, 2018
easy to grow in difficult soil and locations
Shanti G on Apr 16, 2018
my aunt had one and I've always wanted one
Julie C on Apr 15, 2018
Self-pollinating and I am familiar with the fruit's characteristics. Pom seemed a good choice as I am a bit too old to wait for some other types of fruit:)
Carol N on Apr 11, 2018
love the colors and fruit
john s on Apr 8, 2018
Use code April79 for no shipping
Daniel K on Apr 6, 2018
Liked the color
Patsy S on Apr 6, 2018
My Granddaughters love them.
Patrick C on Feb 9, 2018
My large family wanted to give this plant a try.......
Harvey P on Feb 3, 2018
Our family loves pomegranate. We eat it raw, juiced, in smoothies, and we also add it to our homemade kombucha 💕
Amanda M on Dec 10, 2017
pomegrates are my bff's favorite fruit. I figured it would be a really thoughtful Christmas gift. Not just something she won't remember in a month. It's the gift that keeps on giving.
Joanne V on Dec 4, 2017
I love pomegranate but have never tried to grow one. I love pomegranate juice.
Donald G on Nov 21, 2017
Beautiful plant and lovely fruits ...
Antonio S on Nov 18, 2017
I really wanted Mango, but the trees are too expensive for my project.
Rick P on Nov 15, 2017
Hubby loves them, thought I’d try to grow our own since they can be expensive in the stores or non-existent at certain times of year.
Tina S on Nov 11, 2017
It is suited for zone 9 planting. It is a low height tree.
Julie Y on Nov 10, 2017
Read in my Sunset garden book that it was possible to grow pomegranate in our zone and that Wonderful was a good choice of variety..we have a great south facing wall and decided it would be worth trying ;-)
Joan B on Oct 30, 2017
I love pomegranate juice.
Rolando C on Oct 24, 2017
Wanted a tree that would go along with my quince. Mediterranean type, not too much watering in the summer and I love pomegranates. We will see since I have not yet planted this.
Shellee H on Oct 24, 2017
I like the fruit and want to have it for at least 7 month out of the year
Shahid Y on Oct 22, 2017
I want a pomegranate tree with good fruit, and one that produces the first year. (I really want one that produced yesterday!)
Glenda S on Oct 22, 2017
ii love to juice it it very healthy
eseline g on Oct 21, 2017
Surprised and curious!
L S on Oct 19, 2017
Son really likes, & ripens over 7 months.
Ruth C on Oct 15, 2017
it's reputation
Lu Dawn R on Oct 15, 2017
Health and aesthetics
thwene b on Oct 14, 2017
fruit looked full of color and seeds
Cynthia C on Oct 13, 2017
The health benefits of the fruit number one; so why pay for over priced processed fruit when we can grow our own. Also your ad helped me make the decision to buy, thanks.
G A on Oct 24, 2018
I love pomegranate and would like to add trees to my food forest.
Clement D on Oct 23, 2018
how big is the fruit and how long before it is established to produce abundant fruit?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I purchased a 5 ft tree which is potted because I live in a cold zone and must bring it indoors during the winter. It produced a normal sized pomegranate (4 in diameter) the year I ordered it. However, if you are able to plant it outdoors I am sure you will have a higher production of fruit. It also produces lots of beautiful red blooms! I think you will be very happy with this tree. :)
what kind of fertilizer do I use ?
juanita w on Feb 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can fertilizer with a Low Nitrogen Fertilizer / 20-10-10 Compost, Horse, Chicken manure
A shopper on Sep 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not outside, it is too cold. However, you can have it as a potted tree that you bring into the house for the winter.
Should I trim the fruit off a young pomegranate tree or let it grow? I planted the tree in February and it is about 3 feet tall.
A shopper on Jul 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My tree was shipped four feet tall with blossoms. We now have 6 fruit on the tree. We are leaving the fruit on.
if i plant it in a pot, because i am in zone 6, what is the expected size of the tree?
jean v on May 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It should grow to be about 5-6 ft depending on the pot size.
when to plant pomegranate?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The best time to plant most things is fall, when the weather is cooler and doesn't stress the plant like spring or summer plantings. In fall and winter, plants focus on growing a sting root system, putting them in a stronger position to handle the demands of the next growing season.
What about zone 7, in Long Island, NY? Will this tree survive being planed outdoors all year long?
vitalomb on Jun 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It will be a little cold for the Wonderful Pomegranate. I would suggest our Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate.
What are the different sizes for? All three options say they will produce fruit the first year.
Herbert on Jul 24, 2018
Can I plant it in April or May?
Ann B on Apr 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, those are good months to plant this tree.
do you ship pomegranate trees to fl ?
donald g on Apr 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes we do.
will pomegranate plant grow in michagan ?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You will want to plant it in a container so you can take it in for the winter.
How fast does this plant actually grow in a season? (Zone 9)
Joshua on Oct 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Well I bought the first one 1 1/2 years ago and the second 1 year ago. I'm in some 8 so I need to,protect it in the winter because temps can get down in the 20's. The plant has been growing slowly. Don't believe the hype that you will have fruit in a year. I'm looking at a 3 to 5 year timeline.
My blooms don't produce fruit, what do I do?
Moneica F on May 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have been able to keep fruit even though it is still small. A good fruit tree fertilizer may help strengthen your plant to keep fruit. Pruning dead and excess growth will also help in keeping the fruit strengthening the stem to fruit. I have also found early spring blooms kept it fruit better. May want to keep it outside year round if it is potted and only bring it in during the most extreme temperatures so not to confusion the seasons with blooming.
Can I get trees ready bearing fruit from you?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Tree I ordered had 2 small fruits on it when arrived. I removed them because wanted the newly planted tree to put it's energy into a good root system the first year, rather than fruit.
Do i neeed to plant more than one to pollinate?
Brigitte G on Nov 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We planted one and after two years have beautiful fruit on it
Do moose seem to like it?
Jennifer Y on Oct 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It does like it a lot.
Can this plant survive in Dallas winters?
Priyanka on Jun 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They are good for growing Zones 8 to 11 outside and they are cold hardy down to 20 degrees F.
I live on the coast near San Francisco. We get a lot of fog and wind. Can this plant withstand fog and wind and salty air?
Simon H on Nov 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No problem. This is a pretty tough plant. It doesn't need a lot of water.
humidity, how does this one tolerate humidity as compared to the Russian variety?
Suzy K on Oct 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Wonderful has done great in Houston area. We are humid here.
Is this tree/fruit a GMO? Do you carry any GMO's on your site?
Marcus on Jun 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No we are totally non-GMO.
That is the guarantee include?
Souhila N on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We have a standard 45 day warranty, if you feel like your trees dont arrive to you happy and healthy, please give us a call right away, we will note your account and help you try to save it. If it dies within the 45 days then we will give you a 100% store credit, for the amount you paid for the tree. You also have the option of purchasing a 1 year warranty for 10% of the cost of the tree. If It dies within that 1 year send us a picture and we will give you a 100% store credit for the amount that you paid for it.
Will the tree survive during the winter months specially snow time?
Jerald C on Apr 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The growing zones are 8-11. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
Can I plant this tree in grows zone 7?
Heiman W on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Wonderful Pomegranate is recommended for zones 8-11 outdoors. It is suggested to put this tree in a container if you are in zones 7 and under so you can take it indoors during the winter.
is this shipped in a container or bare root?
Terry O on Aug 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Pomegranate is shipped in a container.
what type of fertilizer should i use?
Maria Cleofe C on Jul 21, 2015
You should use a balanced fertilizer, in the beginning and end of spring and summer. Apply 1 ounce for every foot of tree height. Work it into the soil in about an 18 inch circle around tree, increase your circle and fertilizer as tree matures up to 8 ounces. If you notice yellowing leaves this is a common occurrence and is caused by a zinc deficiency. After flowering has ended and fruit is set, spray a diluted solution of zinc on foliage.
Our pome is about forty yrs old and the fruit will not ripen before it splits open while the seeds are still white. Is there some nutrients we need ? Any suggestions as to how we can resolve this problem? We are in middle Mississippi, tree is located with good drainage and plenty sun.
Kat Y on May 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It could be that its not getting a consistent amount of water. Mulch around the tree and water every third day, water consistently and evenly.
It could also be a fungus. You can treat it with Copper Fungal.
If I get the plant at 2-3 ft. what size pot do I need?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I would put it in a 7 gallon pot.
Can this be grown indoors year round and will it fruit if so?
a j on Sep 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be grown indoors. Like most fruit it likes a lot of sun so putting it near a sunny window would be idea. Also, it will fruit indoors.
Is planting in my yard included in this price?
Katy D on Oct 23, 2018

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