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Walmart: Pomegranate Bonsai Tree Only $22.46 (Regularly $40) – Blooms All Summer

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Head over to Walmart.com where you can snatch up this Pomegranate Bonsai Tree for just $22.46 (regularly $39.60). This tree blooms from June through August and begins bearing fruit around August, with fully ripened pomegranates ready for harvest through October.

This bonsai tree thrives outdoors in temperatures above 20 degrees F and needs to experience seasonal changes in order to flourish. If you bring this plant indoors, it needs to be for short periods of time.

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  1. Allison

    I need help!!! I live in NY I put a hibiscus in a large pot out every summer past 2 years and bring it inside for winter and try to keep it alive but it dies. Would love to get this but would it survive onside for winter months?

    • nydia

      Google “(your city) hardiness zone” and you’ll be able to see which zone you live in. Then search your zone number and pomegranate tree. Should give you an idea of how well/ if at all this plant would work for you.
      Fruit plants need specific temperatures to grow. Unfortunately pomegranates don’t do well in my area, but I do get lots of citrus and avocados!

  2. Yar

    Its so hard to grow fruit trees, just like the above comment, check your zone or ask your local nursery for tips! Here in N Tx plums, pears and peaches grow good, but not citrus fruit which I will love to have!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the tip! Good to know!

    • MrsFelix1004

      Look for a nursery in your actual state to advise you on what grows best in your state. I always though that peaches and kiwis did not do good here in Tennessee but I found a local nursery that sells them and they been producing oddles of fruit. 😜

      • Kara

        Yes- check with a respected nursery that has master gardeners. They will give you the scoop.
        I had a relative that managed to keep an citrus tree alive indoors in Oregon in the winter.
        I think having the perfect balance of light indoors during the winter is key from what master gardeners have told me. If you don’t have a house with the light required, you’re fighting a losing battle.

  3. Alexandra Scott

    http://awaytogarden.com/citrus-pots-grow-overwinter-four-winds-growers/
    I’m obsessed with gardening, this is my favorite website. She’s amazing & same 5b zone as I. My favorite go-to’s are the garden chore lists, which are organized by month also seed info, lots of information here.
    If you want to go further join a local gardening club. Community involvement, meet new people outside the school/kids groups and learn, learn, learn. Our oldest active member is 91, I’m the youngest in my early 40’s. Best thing & easiest thing I did for myself was join.

    Above all, many thanks to each money saving post, generous trade & code share…LOVE this site

    That’s my rant for today…Happy spring and gardening Hip2savers 🙂

  4. Kathy

    This tree produces real size fruit? I would love to have one once kids r little older and I start earning:)

  5. Chez

    Out of stock pooh!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! Thanks for letting us know!

  6. Judi McClintock

    Sams Club in North Canton Ohio had these for 10.99 and people were really buying them up. I don’t know if any is left

  7. Judi McClintock

    Sorry I meant to type $19.99

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