Click to enlargePomegranate 'Eve'

Punica granatum. 'Eve' is a University of California introduction worthy of its name. Its red skin peels back to reveal pale pink arils that taste like black cherry candy. Plump, large fruit ripens late, into November in some climates so best in areas with moderate fall weather. A worthy newcomer to the pomegranate pantheon. This is a new crop as of September 2023, top growth about 12" tall, bushy, well-developed rootball, going dormant. Grown in 4" x 9" pots.

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