Ambrosia is a deciduous shrub with arching branches and exceptionally large fruit. It will reach a good height (up to 20' but generally kept smaller) and is amenable to pruning. Can even be shaped into a tree form.
Pomegranates can be grown as a shrub or small tree. Highly nutritious fruit on an ornamental, glossy-leaved tree. Striking orange/red flowers add a flair to any landscape.
||Fantastically huge fruits. Pale pink skin, purple sweet-tart juice.
||Long-lived tree, does well in any soil with inland or coastal climates. Tolerant of a variety of soil conditions and accepting of both hot and cold climates.
||Spring: Brilliant, orange/red flowers
||Very late season: October-November
||Full sun (minimum six hours)
||Adaptable to many climates: coast or inland. These trees require frequent watering after planting to become established. Once established, they may be watered less frequently and mulched to hold moisture in.
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||Growing pomegranates in Northern California