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over winter my pomegranate tree

I have this container tree, 7 ft, that I need to winter in my garage and wanted to know how I can keep it from going dormant so that it will have a good start in the summer to bear fruit.

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#1 Comment By theficuswrangler On 07/18/2014 @ 1:44 am

Plants go dormant for a reason – they need to rest. Allowing your tree its rest period will help it to be stronger in the spring. Anyway, pomegranate is deciduous, so it drops its leaves for the winter. Here’s some thoughts on overwintering: [1]

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