This dwarf Pomegranate makes an attractive little house plant for a bright, sunny spot. With a neat and compact habit, it is well suited as a pot plant, producing a multitude of vibrant orange-red flowers in summer. If pollinated, then small brown fruits will follow, making a superb talking point Punica granatum ‘Orange Master’ is perfect for the conservatory or standing out on the patio during the summer months. Height and spread: 45cm (18″).
Sow seeds on the surface of a good, free-draining, damp, seed compost. Place container in a light place with an average room temperature of 20-22C (68-72F) until after germination which usually takes 30-40 days.
Transplant seedlings into larger pots when large enough to handle, taking care not to damage the fragile roots.
Feed and water regularly throughout the growing season. Grow Pomegranate plants in full sun.