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I planted some pomegranate seeds 1 - 2 years ago and the plants are growing beautifully, but no blooms yet. Can you grow pomegranates from the seeds of those bought at the grocery store? Are the fruit from the "miniature" ornamental pomegranates edible? I also have one of those plants and the year I fertilized them the fruit were pretty big!
Just found out - Went to our local Adopt-a -Tree program in Dade County, Florida, and they had some people there from the Rare Fruit Council and I was able to ask them - the gentleman who helped me said they take 5 years to produce fruit, so I guess I will have to wait a little longerl... Thank you!