“What makes pomegranate flowers unusual is their size, to two inches wide, and their color, a glowing neon vermillion. Flower color varies by cultivar and can be orange, yellow, pink, or white, but the typical color is an intense orange-red. The flowers have five to seven crinkly, crepe-like petals and are very attractive to hummingbirds.” Excerpted from “What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?” by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth. Timber Press, December, 2013. Click here to order your copy of the book.
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