Pomegranate Trees - Salavatski

Punica granatum
USDA Hardiness Zones: 7-9
 
$69.95
SKU: POMSAL05G

Description

The Salavatski Russian pomegranate is among the hardiest of pomegranate cultivars! Developed in the 1970's by Dr. Chris Inhulsen, the Salavatski was his first choice for hardy, dependable, high quality fruit. It is able to tolerate temperatures down to 10 degrees Fahrenheit. Salavatski (aka Russian #8) is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub that grows up to 10 feet but is easy to keep smaller by pruning. It blooms with trumpet-shaped, orange-red flowers and produces orange-sized, globose, yellow to orange-red fruits. The fruit are large, deep pink seeded and have one of the best flavors of the southern pomegranates. Salavatski is one of the few pomegranates known as a tweener, so called for its semi-soft seeds. You can use these in salads for a nice crispy sweet surprise. 

These are tough trees, able to tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions, from clay to sand. Unlike many fruit-bearing trees, the Salavatski pomegranate is deer resistant. Very cold hardy and very productive, performing well in zone 7 with some rumored success in protected areas in zone 6. Plus they produce an abundance of beautiful bright orange flowers over an extended period of time during the spring. Both the flowers and the fruit are produced at a very young age. Trees grow to about 10 feet in height with an equal spread at maturity. Exceptionally heat tolerant. Prefers full sun for best fruit production but will tolerate some light shade. Quite drought tolerant when established. 

USDA ZONES: Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9

Shipping

At Plant Me Green we handle, package and ship the products you order with the utmost care. We ship your plants using FedEx Ground® the following business day after you have completed checkout.

We are now offering $15 flat rate shipping for all orders! Replacement tree shipping cost will be $15 per box. We still cannot ship to some states and US territories based off the Agricultural Laws that may be in place. Please see below for all exclusions. 

SPRING SHIPPING: To mitigate the stress on our plants during transit, we will only be shipping Monday thru Wednesday. If you place an order on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday your order will ship the following Monday. Please take into consideration your transit times before placing an order, using FedEx Ground's delivery estimation chart below.

If you have any questions concerning transit time for your order, please feel free to contact us at info@plantmegreen.com or toll free 855-817-5268.

Due to strict Agricultural Laws in place, we currently cannot ship to the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii. We cannot ship to Puerto Rico or international.
How to Plant
STEP 1) First, decide on a planting location. Consider carefully what kind of sun, soil, and growing-space your tree or shrub will need.
STEP 2) Once you've located the perfect spot, the hole you are digging must be at least double the width and as deep as the root system you are planting.
STEP 3) Remove the plant from the pot and place the root ball in the hole. The top of the root system should be level with the ground. Before placing the tree or shrub in the hole, use your hands to gently break up the root system.
STEP 4) Once the plant is in place, backfill the hole with native soil and any leftover potting material.
STEP 5) Pack down the soil to eliminate any air pockets.
STEP 6) When finished, water thoroughly.
Care Guide

Pomegranate trees need sun and heat to thrive. They should also be planted in well-drained soil. After planting, water regularly until established. Prune to a balanced form, removing suckers. Prune annually in order to encourage higher yields.

Customer Reviews

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M Akkaya
trees died and customer service not responsive

came with leaves but soon after transplanting all leaves got scolded and eventually trees lost all signs of life. I contacted the customer service and they did not respond. I guess I bought world's most expensive firewood.

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Noureddin Amaach
Trees are dry

I think the tree are dying.. lost all the leaves