What Do Pomegranates Grow On? It Depends!
From time out of mind, pomegranates (Punica spp.) have grown on wild shrubs from Iran to the Himalayas. Around the Mediterranean, they’ve been cultivated on trees for nearly as long. However they grow, the plants deliver three seasons of enjoyment: orange-red spring flowers, glossy-green summer leaves and -- of course -- leathery, rosy-red fall fruit. To grow the form that works best for you, read on!