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Pomegranates are widely cultivated around the world for their large, seed-filled fruits. The shrub grows from 10 to 25 feet in height and has a spreading growth habit consisting of slender branches and smooth, oblong leaves. Showy, bright red flowers appear in mid-spring and later ripen into large, hard-skinned fruits filled with hundreds of seeds.

Prepare a pot for each pomegranate seed. Fill 4-inch plastic pots with a mixture of 3 parts potting soil, 2 parts compost and 1 part perlite. Pour 1/2 cup of water into each pot. Press the soil to express the excess moisture.

Sow one pomegranate seed in each pot to a depth equal to the length of the seed. Keep the soil lightly moist to a depth of 1 inch at all times.

Watch for germination after 20 days. Once the seedling has a set of mature leaves, move the pot outdoors to a partially shaded location.

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