The Q&A Archives: Pomegranite blossoms

Question: My pomegranite tree is 3 years old. The blossoms fall off each year and does not produce any fruit. What is the problem?

Answer: If it flowers it should produce fruit unless there are no flying insects to pollenate each open flower. I don't know if you regularly spray insecticides or perhaps your neighbors do, but for some reason there aren't enough pollinating insects in your yard.

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