Pomegranate - Ambrosia
Shiny, pale pink, long-lived, purple sweet-tart juice. Ambrosia Pomegranate has the largest fruit of any pomegranate and is similar to the Wonderful Pomegranate. This cerise globe can be three times the size of other varieties, and it has large seeds with dark red, sweet-tart juice. Ambrosia Pomegranate is a good source of antioxidants. The tree is long-lived, self fertile, and tolerates many soils.
Pomegranates can survive in an inland or coastal climate. Ambrosia is a very adaptable variety and grows well in cool summer conditions along the Pacific coast, as well as hot summer areas through Zone 8. It requires 150 hours of chilling. It matures in September to early October.
Make sure your trees are measured from the ground up!
While this may sound a bit sneaky, the sad truth is some nurseries try to make their trees seem taller by including the roots in the height. You pay for a 4 to 5 foot tree but then you’re upset when it’s barely 3 feet tall after planted.
We sell our trees with the height measured from the ground up. You can be assured when you buy a 4 to 5 foot fruit tree from Nature Hills Nursery, it will be 4 to 5 feet after you plant it.
We take pride in delivering the highest quality plants with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. We offer the largest selection on the internet and you can buy in confidence with our one year plant guarantee.
Our fruit trees are always in high demand. Quantities are limited and many will sell out soon. Order now to avoid disappointment!