Kazake Pomegranate Trees are sturdy, shrubby fruit trees that will only grow to heights of six to eight feet tall. Their small size makes them great for growing in small gardens, yards with limited space, or pots. The Kazake Pomegranate Tree is a cold-hardy variety that can withstand temperatures as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit. Kazake Pomegranate Trees are suited to growing in the ground or in containers in USDA Growing Zones 7 to 10.
Kazake Pomegranate Trees produce very high quality fruit. The edible seeds are flavorful, and highly nutritious. They are also soft enough to eat easily. Pomegranates are the source for Grenadine Syrup used in cocktails, cooking, and desserts. An established Kazake Pomegranate Tree can produce as many as fifty fruit per season so you will have plenty to use and share.