Latin name : Punica malus
Cultivated since ancient times, the pomegranate is believed to be native to Persia, in particularly Iran where they still grow wild today.
The brightly coloured fruit contains numerous edible seeds that are surrounded by translucent flesh. Processed pomegranate is most commonly used in fruit juices and salad dressings.
Pomegranate stains are almost impossible to remove.
January, February, September, October, November, December
U.S.A., Turkey, China, India, Middle East