bwoodtx at verizon.net
Sat Dec 3 21:05:24 EST 2005
The early fruiting pomegranates should give you a better yield, I am sure
not enought summer heat and humid conditions are the problem. The early
fruiting Central Asian varieties should be the best bet. As cold hardiness
is not the problem with your location, I would suggest a Sweet, Soft-Seed
variety such as "Sumbar" or "Sverchranniy". If you want to test these
varieties let me know and I will put you on my list for cuttings in
february, all I ask is postage and a report back sometime in the future. As
you have sent your address all that is needed is a affirmative reponsive and
I will try to get the cuttings to you then.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Emmett" <jlemmett at iinet.com>
To: <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 03, 2005 5:53 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] Pomegranate
> The discussion of pomegranates is very interesting to me. I live in
> the hills (700 ft elevation) above Vancouver, Washington (USDA zone
> 8-) and have been trying to grow 'Wonderful' for the last 9 years.
> We have a southern exposure and a very sheltered location. While the
> plant seems hardy, grows well and produces a moderate amount of
> blossoms, we only get a 5-8 very small to mid-sized pomegranates.
> The blossoming is very late as compared with our peaches and apples.
> The Asian/Middle-eastern pomegranates under discussion may blossom
> earlier or have a shorter growing, either of which might allow me to
> grow them here successfully. I would greatly appreciate any
> information on obtaining some of these varieties to test here.
> Thanks you.
> John L. Emmett
> 22721 NE 123rd Circle
> Brush Prairie, WA 98606
> jlemmett at iinet.com
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