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Small genus with only 2 deciduous shrubs and trees which produce showy, red, funnel-shaped flowers leading onto big, spherical, orange-red fruits. These fruits only ripen to an edible state in warmer climates. It contains commercially cultivated species that produce edible pomegranate fruits.
How to propagate Punica
You can propagate by seeds in the spring.
Semi-ripe cuttings in summer.
Other uses of Punica
Grown for their bright red flowers and yellow to orange-red fruits, which ripen and become edible only in warm climates.