Pomegranate flowers have started


Thursday 07 May, 2015 by Uncle Spike

These are just the first to show for the new season, but always love to see the pomegranate bushes come into flower. Most fruit trees have a varying amount of blossom, so fruit yield varies by year. The pomegranate is generally the same each season, which is perhaps just as well, with most of our fruit weighing in at 1.5-2.0 kg (3.3-4.4 lbs) each -any more and they would collapse under the weight!






16 thoughts on “Pomegranate flowers have started

  1. […] know…. it’s only been a few days since featuring the start of the pomegranate flowers, but they don’t last long, so I feel able to abuse my position as blog owner and dish out […]


  2. What a stunning red .. electric! Gosh I had no idea the fruit would be so heavy. Incredible …

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  3. Joanne says:

    Wow, what an amazing flower, that colour is incredible! 🙂

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  4. Beautiful. I didn’t know that they flower !! ☺

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  5. Colleen says:

    So pretty! So bright ..how could they not make you feel happy! Happy flowers for sure…beautiful red.

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