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How to Grow Pomegranates By Danny Falsetti
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Pomegranates grow on fairly small trees that could even be classed as shrubs. They rarely grow taller than 10 feet. The fruit is very unique and though it is commonly eaten fresh, it’s a bit... More > difficult to enjoy that way. Inside the thick tough rind are a large number of little juice-filled “berries” inside, each with a little seed inside. The juice will stain, so it can be a challenge to get the edible bits out of the fruit without making a mess. Pomegranate juice is currently very popular for it’s healthy qualities. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Pomegranate Stories By Gay Degani
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The title “Pomegranate” is inspired by the classic myth of Demeter, goddess of the grain, and her love for her daughter, Persephone, who is carried off to the Underworld by Hades. Demeter... More > wanders the earth, refusing to let any growing thing prosper until her child is returned. Also find hints in these eight mother/daughter stories by Gay Degani of Medea, Lizzie Borden, and the mom next door.< Less
Planet Pomegranate: Dispatches from the Garden and Life By Laura Christman
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Perhaps you are familiar with the term “gardening.” It is a tangle of weirdness. Turns out there’s more to it than growing a lovely lawn or prolific pepper plant. Planet Pomegranate... More > is a collection of columns written by journalist Laura Christman for the Home & Garden section of the Record Searchlight, the daily newspaper in Redding, Calif. The pieces are a mix of conversations, observation, reflections and frustrations. Some related to the garden; some are not. Revealed are the stories of: •the spindly spring of tenacious Bermuda grass •the petticoat that joined the family •the pumpkin that perplexed a newsroom •the joyful journey of the wandering lemons •the greatest donkey that ever lived Planet Pomegranate explores the wonder of growing — whether it’s in the garden or as a person. It is about growing stuff, growing up, staying curious and finding joy in simple things. And appreciating pomegranates — it’s about that too.< Less