Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree for Fruit flowers Organic Live Plant Gift

March 7, 2020 - Comment

This amazing, Cold Hardy Russian pomegranate tree survives temperatures as far as in New Jersey. It is the most cold hardy pomegranate tree. It grows abundant, beautiful orange flowers in April and May, followed by fewer flowers throughout the year. The fruit is set all year long and grows as big as a grapefruit. The

This amazing, Cold Hardy Russian pomegranate tree survives temperatures as far as in New Jersey. It is the most cold hardy pomegranate tree. It grows abundant, beautiful orange flowers in April and May, followed by fewer flowers throughout the year. The fruit is set all year long and grows as big as a grapefruit. The sweet fruit can be picked from October to December. Plant in full sun and near a sun-facing wall for winter protection in colder areas or grow it in a container. Hardy zones 6-11. The trees for sale are starter plants about 6 to 8″ tall. Mature at 8-12 feet wide and tall. The pictures were taken from our specimen tree. The plant will be shipped with no or little soil and no pot in 1 to 2 business days and often it goes out on the same business day if the order is placed before 3 PM. The item can be tracked and it will arrive in 2 to 3 business days. A planting guide is sent via eBay when the order is shipped and before the arrival. PLEASE NOTE: Due to restrictions, no shipping to Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Alaska. No International shipping. All my plants are organically grown. They are packed with great care for shipping without soil. It may look smaller than in the container, but you may tape-measure it. I charge a fixed shipping cost for anywhere in the U.S. Any extra you pay for shipping is applied to handling cost (time for packing, sending notice, delivery to post office, etc). Shipping occurs usually right after payment received unless weather conditions do not allow for safe shipping. Plants are living-breathing things. Make sure you open the shipping box right after delivery. Check if there is any severe damage to the plant during shipping. If severe damage occurs, please take pictures and notify me immediately or at least within 24 hours. The plant should be put into the ground or a container according to the guideline I send when the plant starts the journey. There is no return for shipped plants if you make the mistake such as ordering the wrong plants or having a wrong shipping address on the order. Please read carefully about my descriptions and converse me for any questions. However, I may reimburse you or use the corrected address if the order has not been shipped. Plants are living things and need proper care. If you have any questions, do ask and I will be glad to help. I want every plant I send out to survive and flourish in your garden. I will do my best to answer all your questions as soon as I can and normally within 2 hours after I receive your conversation. Due to reasons beyond my control, I do not guarantee their survival after you have planted it into the ground for 2 weeks. However, please converse me for potential satisfying solutions before leaving a negative review. If you claim a refund for a dead or damaged plant, please send pictures as evidence. I want to help you succeed. Thank you.

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