Grow large, delicious, juicy pomegranates at home with the Wonderful Pomegranate Tree. They thrive . Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors (hardy down . Throughout the summer, the large, bright red fruit overtakes your tree. Then in . 2017. 11. 30. – These trees prefer a semi-arid region with a mild, temperate or subtropical climate. They do best in areas with cool winters and hot summers. In the U.S., pomegranate trees fruit mostly in the southwest, like the drier parts of California and Arizona. 2018. 8. 1. – . during the fall. Learn how to grow this superfruit in your own garden. . Close-up of Ripening Pomegranates On Tree . USDA Hardiness Zones . They are a brilliant scarlet red and are very attractive to hummingbirds. Interest in growing pomegranates has increased in recent years because their . trained as a small tree, it is more commonly grown as a . Bright red pomegranates and the sweet, . as Zone 7b of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Hardiness. Products 1 – 10 of 16 – Pomegranate Trees. . There are many new varieties grown from USDA zones 10 to 6, with some varieties being cold hardy to 7 degrees F. The pomegranate, Punica granatum, a popular fruit and . Known for its fruit, this versatile plant may also be used for its aesthetic . green foliage interspersed with brilliant orange- red flowers that . in this area but other fruit varieties listed by. Pomegranates grow naturally as a bushy shrub or as a small tree-if trained, they . The tree is deciduous in interior and desert regions, but in coastal areas may . The brilliant orange-red flowers are axillary, solitary, or in small clusters, and . 2018. 4. 5. – Growing pomegranate trees can be rewarding when optimal conditions are met. . from their urn-shaped calyx and range from brilliant red to orange or white. . In USDA Zone 7, the bush will generally survive the winter, but .