Do pomegranate trees lose their leaves
Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree by Tariq AliTariq Ali tells us the story of the aftermath of the fall of Granada by narrating a family saga of those who tried to survive after the collapse of their world. Ali is particularly deft at evoking what life must have been like for those doomed inhabitants, besieged on all sides by intolerant Christendom. This is a novel that have something to say, and says it well. --TheGuardian
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Pomegranate tree losing leaves
Pomegranates Punica granatum L. Pomegranates grow in U. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 to The trees are relatively easy to grow and maintain, notes Clemson University Extension, but they are susceptible to fruit rots, mold, pests and wood damage. Pollination failure and inadequate sunlight may keep pomegranate trees from producing flowers and fruits.
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I planted a pomegranate tree in my backyard in Houston six years ago. At first it would produce one or two fruits a season and they never reached the ripe stage usually white inside. But this year, it produced a truly nice big crop! I picked most of it today many pomegranates have fallen and are rotting on the ground, but there are still plenty left. What concerns me, however, is that the tree seems to have lost most of its normal foliage. Basically it looked like a bunch of sticks with big red fruits hanging on it now. The neighbor's tree on the other side of the fence has great foliage, but no fruit.