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Parfianka Pomegranate is self-fertile, but the fruit crop will be larger if the tree is planted with a second tree.
Punica granatum 'Parfianka'
The Parfianka has taken the place of Wonderful as the most desirable home garden variety. The fruit is large and beautiful bright red. Parfianka consistently places #1 in pomegranate taste tests. The fruit is sweet with just the right amount of acidity. Arils are a deep red and the seed is soft and eatable. Fast growing and dependable heavy crops every year. Can be held to any heights with summer pruning. Self fruitful this UC Davis introduction from the collection of Dr. Gregory Levin is a stand out with excellent flavor and a continuous building fan base. Best for fresh eating or juicing. All of the nutrient value is supported by great taste. A must have for all pomegranate lovers
Parfianka can grow to 12 to 15 feet without pruning. Control size with summer pruning to under 10 feet. Makes a great screen plant and impervious barrier
Plant 5 to 8 feet on center. Ideal for high density planting
Pomegranates grow well in any soil that has good internal drainage. They requires full sun, 10 hours a day. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Drought tolerant when established. Does well in arid heat. Pomegranates grow as a bush, but can be pruned into a tree form. They make a beautiful landscape specimens in a Mediterranean garden, with showy red flowers in Summer and dark red fruit in the early Fall.