- Large, pink-orange fruits
- High in antioxidants
- Orange-red flowers
- Grows 10-20 ft. tall
- Ripens in mid to late October
From a plant in north Texas which has survived over 25 years with temperatures reaching –18 degrees F! Texas Hardy Pomegranate produces large fruits with pink-orange skins with a red blush. The flowers continue into harvest season, making the tree very ornamental and ideal for edible landscapes and home gardens. The fruits ripen in mid to late October. Requires less than 200 chilling hours below 45 degrees F. Cold hardy to zone 6, and maybe zone 5.