What is a pomegranate?
A pomegranate is a fruit of a plant that grows in warm climates. Pomegranates are full of seeds. Each seed is covered with a juicy pulp, which has a pleasant taste.
A pomegranate is the fruit of a plant that is raised in warm climates.
The pomegranates plant grows as a bushy tree or shrub with a bright green leaves. It reaches a height of 15 to 25 feet.
The pomegranate fruit, about the size of an orange, has a touch, leathery rind and is a deep, reddish-gold color.
The fruit is full of seeds. Each seed is covered with a red, juicy pulp which has a pleasant, refreshing taste.
Pomegranates can be eaten raw or used for making a cooling drink.
Many varieties (kinds) of pomegranates are cultivated today. In the United States, the more popular varieties are called by such names as the wonderful, the Spanish Ruby, and the Paper shell.
Some varieties of pomegranate plants are grown for their ornamental beauty as well as for their time, tasty fruits. – Dick Rogers
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