Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree

Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree

15 Reviews
Regular price $59.95 Sale price $39.95 33% off

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  • Family owned farm since 1980
  • You're good to grow this in Zone X

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The Most Cold Hardy Pomegranate On the Market + Loads of Sweet Fruit

Looking for a self fertile pomegranate variety that can grow in most areas of the United States with ease? The Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree is the perfect choice for you!

The Russian red pomegranate tree can thrive down to 0 degrees F and is a great option for tropical fruit growers in the northern United States. With a late bloom season, you won't have to worry about late winter freezes knocking off the tender spring blooms.

Fruit will ripen and mature in late summer or early fall and is well known for producing up to 100 lbs of fruit every year. The Russian red pomegranate cold hardy tree fruit is about the size of a grapefruit with sweet red flesh.

The pomegranate arils can be eaten fresh, juiced for their strong antioxidant properties, or used as a topping in desserts or salads.

Russian pomegranate fruit is full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to keep you healthy. You can't go wrong with growing your own organic fruit!

Start enjoying fresh antioxidant pomegranates and shop for a Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree for sale today!

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Botanical Name
Punica granatum

Full Sun

Foliage Color

Flower Color

Mature Width
8-10 ft

Mature Height
8-10 ft

Growing Zones 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate Tree

Great delivery time and packaging. Beautiful, healthy tree. Thank you!


Perfect Plants Nursery

Hi There, Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review on our Russian Pomegranate Tree! We appreciate the feedback and your honesty. Happy planting! Shirley

United States United States

Cold Hardy

Nice little tree, in time it will grow to be a big beautiful tree.


Perfect Plants Nursery

Hi there, Thank you for purchasing through Perfect Plants and taking the time to leave us a review on our Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate! It means a lot to us here at our family-owned business. Best, Shirley

United States United States


Received the plants in excellent condition. Planted them immediately. The plants are doing well. Hope they will withstand our cold season here in southern NY.


Perfect Plants Nursery

Hi there, Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review on our Cold Hardy Russian Pomegranate and for being a supporter of our family-owned business! They should absolutely survie the NY southern cold, just make sure to heavily mulch around the base of the tree so that the roots stay nice and warm during the winter months! Best, Shirley

Henry J.
United States United States

Excellent Shipping

My tree was packed exceptionally well and arrived in perfect condition. Even when my tree was delayed 9 days in transit due to the hurricane, it arrived in great shape. My only ding on the plant was the root system was not as full as I would expect from a 2 gallon plant.


Perfect Plants Nursery

Thanks for sharing your shipping experience, and we're thrilled to have you as part of our plant-loving community. Happy gardening, my friend, and may your garden be full of happy, thriving plants!

Brian A.
United States United States

Delivery seemed fine, but both plants I ordered are not doing well and one appears dead.

The delivery was fine but both trees are not doing well. Perhaps it's the clay-like soil here in Meridian, Idaho? I planted one in my mom's backyard and it only has a few tiny leaves left. I am unsure if it's dead or not, I suppose we will find out in the next week or two if new growth appears. The tree I planted in my backyard had a lot of yellow and brown leaves, covering about 60% of the tree, within about 10 days of planting. It still has some green leaves but I am unsure if the trajectory is going in the right or wrong way. Perhaps I will update this review to a more positive one if both trees end up surviving.


Perfect Plants Nursery

Hi Brian, Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Sorry to hear that both of your trees aren't doing so hot. Clay-like soil can definitely be a challenge, but don't lose hope just yet! It's not uncommon for newly planted trees to go through an adjustment period. Keep a close eye on the one in your mom's backyard and see if any new growth pops up in the next week or two - it might just surprise you! As for the tree in your own yard, yellow and brown leaves can be a sign of stress, but don't give up on it just yet. Keep watering it regularly and make sure it's getting enough sunlight. Trees are resilient, and with a little TLC, it might start bouncing back. We're rooting for the survival of both trees, and we hope to hear a more positive update from you soon. Keep those gardening spirits high, and may your garden flourish! Best, Shirley

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