Can you grow pomegranates in Scotland?

What zones can pomegranates grow?

Most pomegranate cultivars are cold-hardy in USDA Zones 8 to 10, and should survive with little trouble south and east of the Sandhills. In the Piedmont and Upstate (USDA Zone 7b), they will typically survive the winter, but may be damaged or killed to the ground by temperatures below 10 F.

Can you grow pomegranates in a greenhouse?

While pomegranates are usually planted outdoors, you can successfully grow them in a greenhouse. … Pomegranates are tropical and subtropical trees that when mature, produce edible fruit that ripens six or seven months after flowering.

Will pomegranate grow in UK?

Pomegranates are usually associated with much warmer climes, so you may be surprised to learn that these fruiting trees are surprisingly hardy and can do well in a sheltered spot in most parts of the UK. Cultivars such as ‘Provence’ can tolerate temperatures down to -15 C when grown in a sheltered spot.

How big does a pomegranate tree get?

The pomegranate grows to a height of 12–20′ and a spread of 12–20′ at maturity.

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