Punica granatum ‘Cloud”
This pomegranate was developed at the University of California – Davis. The fruit is medium to large size; the skin is yellow to green with a pink to red blush. The arils are large, whitish salmon pink with a mild sweet taste. Pomegranates are a deciduous shrub or small tree. Very ornamental with orange flowers in the spring. The fruit ripens in September-October. Requires 500 hours of chilling. Plant in full sun for the best fruit production but can take some shade. Plants are on their own roots and will be 7-10 feet tall at maturity. Hardy in zones 7-10. Plants are shipped in 1 gallon containers.