Top 15 Facts about Ornamental Pomegranates

Scientific name: The world’s most unique fruit, ornamental Pomegranate is scientifically known as Punica granatum.

Its height: It is a small height shrub that usually grows to five to eight meters and is mainly found in Iran.

Place of cultivation: These plants are now also cultivated in Afghanistan and Persia.

The way to eat: Ornamental Pomegranate are edible fruits and are commonly eaten fresh.

The seeds: All the juicy ceberries have a seed inside which can be nurtured to grow a complete plant.

Nutritional values: It contains essential phytochemicals such as Castalagin, Casuariin, polyphenols, Granatin A.

Medicinal properties: These phytochemicals provide it the essential medical properties making it a potent antioxidant.

Treatment of diseases: More than the fruit, its extract is famous for its pharmacological properties and is now being used to treat many medical ailments like diabetes.

Cosmetic uses: Recently, the fruit has also found its use in the cosmetic industry.

Stimulation of hormones: Apart from the rind and extract, the plant’s seeds are rich in oils and have a hormone stimulating.

Dwarf ornamental pomegranates: Because of its beneficial properties, many people prefer growing dwarf ornamental pomegranates.

For indoor gardens: Dwarf ornamental pomegranate plants are also considered to be the best-thriving plants for indoor gardens.

Requirements to grow them: After that, fill the pot with commercially available potting mix and make sure you place the tree.

Ecological conditions: There is no need to change the room temperature as these plants have a strong ability to adapt.

Where are they found: One of the reasons why they were discovered in Iran is the climatic condition.

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