What Does a Pomegranate Tree Look Like?
In the wild, what we call a pomegranate tree is actually more of a bushy shrub. The natural form is vase-shaped, with arching branches that droop under the weight of fruit. They also produce lots of suckers. If you don't care about fruit production, you can grow them close together in a living wall or hedge, with plenty of flowers but little or no fruit due to crowding.