pete eakle wrote:Our largest pomegranate tree (multi-trunk) grows vigorously and is over 10 ft. tall. It's one of several pomegranates in the same area. It's a beautiful, healthy tree. Each spring it puts on hundreds of red flowers. But unfortunately, only a few of those flowers are female, which then turn into fruit. Almost all its flowers are male (its easy to tell them apart). And since only female flowers turn into fruit, this large healthy pomegranate tree produces only a few pieces of fruit each year. I don't understand why it flowers in this way -- seems to be the same each year. Any ideas?