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By optimus prime
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Hi I Have some pomegranate seeds that I can trade with, I’m looking for fruit tree seeds pm me if your interested
By mcgrumpers
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FYI a pomegranate tree grown from seed will take a really long time to fruit (maybe a decade or more). Pomegranates are also not "true to seed", meaning that when the new tree finally produces fruit, it may not be of the same quality as the parent fruit.

Fruits from seed is a daunting task IMO. Have you considered buying grafted trees? They'd fruit faster and the fruit will be guaranteed to be of a specific variety.
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By sanguinearocks101
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Ben Goudge wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 12:22 am ...But if you insist, start with citrus. Here’s my seed-grown lemon, which is a few months old:

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Nice, I also have a few seed grown lemons.
By optimus prime
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I as well have a few lemons that are growing they aren’t getting bigger hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm🤔 anyway I may buy grafted trees but I still like the satisfaction of growing a fruit tree from seed no matter how long it takes
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By Joshuamarshall792
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sanguinearocks101 wrote:
Ben Goudge wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 12:22 am ...But if you insist, start with citrus. Here’s my seed-grown lemon, which is a few months old:

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Nice, I also have a few seed grown lemons.
Me too!

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