Pomegranates are a delicious and ultra healthy snack, but they are notoriously difficult to cut. For many people, the process is messy and awkward, taking a long time and ending with a puddle of juice. Here are our top methods for how to cut pomegranates quickly and (almost) without a mess!
Pomegranates, which are most commonly available between October and January, are also renowned for how well they keep, which in some cases can be for up to two months. In this article, we’ll look at how to store pomegranate seeds, whole pomegranates, and preserved pomegranates to keep them tasting fresh and lovely for as long as possible.
Frozen pomegranate seeds provide another dimension to this already versatile superfruit and here is how you can enjoy them. Learn about the many uses for frozen pomegranate seeds and how to freeze your own seeds.
A dwarf pomegranate changes with the seasons and is ideal where bright and warm color tones are welcome in the garden. If you think a dwarf pomegranate tree is right for your landscaping or garden oasis, make sure you know what to expect and how to care for the tree around the year.
If you’re a dog owner, have you ever stopped to wonder “Can dogs eat pomegranates?” In order to keep your dog safe and healthy, it’s important to know all there is to know about pomegranates and what role they can (and should) play in your dog’s diet.
One of the fruits growing in popularity across the country is the pomegranate. As a gardener, have you ever wondered how to grow a pomegranate tree in your own garden? If you are a fan of pomegranates or pomegranate tree and wonder if they’re right for your garden, then keep reading this guide on how to grow a pomegranate tree.