Under natural conditions, pomegranate grows on rocky slopes and dry salt marshes. Not surprisingly, it is quite unpretentious home.
Garnet Room is well tolerated low humidity and no special requirements for the ground.
Caring for them can even the inexperienced grower to arrive at a healthy and nutritious plant.
Room Garnet loves bright illumination. Under sunlight the leaves take on a reddish tinge, and the fruits are becoming more saturated colors. That is why the plant is better to place on the southern and south-eastern windows. In summer it is desirable to make grenades on the balcony or in the garden planted in open ground.
In nature pomegranate grows in those regions where the mild climate. Therefore, the plant should not be exposed to sudden temperature changes.
In spring and autumn grenade need abundant watering,In winter it reduces to moderate. In particularly hot days, the plant responds well to spraying. Irrigation water is recommended prior to defend overnight at room temperature. In the period of active growth, add to it a complete liquid fertilizer. Fertilizing should be done every 10-12 days.
In the fall, when there began a period of rest, room grenades throws off most of the leaves. Do not worry, this is normal. With the onset of spring young buds appear and the first buds.
grenade transplant is required every two years. To conduct its best in spring. The soil for planting should consist of 1 part clean sand, 2 parts peat, 2 parts humus and 4 parts sod land.
The main pests of indoor pomegranate areJose scale, aphids and whitefly. To protect plants use special chemicals or traditional remedies, which include soap solution, infusion onion peel or tobacco.