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Posted by Lakshmi Anantharaman on May 22, 2003 at 14:05:47:

In Reply to: Pomagranite tree posted by Autumn Hawk on April 28, 2003 at 20:11:33:

: My grandson is 8 years old and is quite the little farmer. He raises hens and has a garden.He has planted rhubarb plants and they are huge,I have never seen anything like them. I want to encourage him in his organic gardening and he has asked for a Pomagranite tree. We live in Wa. State and I can not find a single one.Does anyone have any info. as to where I might find one? Thankyou Autumn
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Hi , When you buy a fruit next fall just save some from the fruit (eat the pulp and keep the seed / dry and thrown in dirt when warm ... they will all come up )
beware : also tree from fruit may not taste like the original


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