did prune them 2 years in a row. they are 8 feet apart
It could be environmental, lacking nutrition, or they have insect or disease issues. These articles should help:
I have a tree I rescued from trash at a Lowe's about 20 years ago. The label said it was a fruitless pomegranate. The label gave reference to the color of the bloom marking it as fruitless. I loved it. Unfortunately the ONE digit temps last winter killed most of. It had such beautiful flowers and some seasons it actually did have some small fruit but I don't think it was edible. Wild life loved the fruit. The tree exfoliated. It had a distinct growing habit. The label said mature height was something like 9 - 12 ft. But the tree grew about 20+ ft. Beautiful foliage as well. I have been unable to find a "fruitless) Pomegranate. So is there a fruitless Pomegranate and if so where can I get it. Thanks
We do not recommend places for purchase, but you can try online vendors. They may have what you are looking for. Commonly, these are referred to as "ornamental" pomegranate.
My gardener cut my pomegranate tree all the way to the stump by accident. The tree was fruiting and very healthy. It’s was planted by my grandfather and is out only memory of him. How can I make it grow back???
As long as it was healthy, there is a good chance that it will shoot out new growth! Unfortunately, there is not much that you can do to help it along, other than provide proper care, but as long as it gets that then it may come back.
This collection of articles will help you with its care:
Likely, what you will end up with is a multi-branched tree. This will be ideal to stand up against future damage!
What should I do to have my plant bear fruits
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