Pink Satin Pomegranate Tree (Punica granatum ‘Pink Satin’)

Pink Satin Pomegranate Tree

Pink inside and out, the nearly seedless fruit is full of clear, refreshing, flavorful juice! Pink Satin Pomegranate (Punica granatum ‘Pink Satin’) features soft seeds that are easy to eat! Each bursting full of healthy little gems that are almost too beautiful to eat! Full of sweet fruit punch flavor in medium to large-sized fruit.

Late season production, these rosy fruits develop on an ornamental specimen plant with bright green foliage and good branching. Springs’ unique orange blooms are equally ornamental as well! The multi-branched form stays a modest 12’ in height and can be easily pruned, sized and shaped to any you need for your garden’s size!

Prune small for container and balcony gardening, growers in colder zones can grow this unique Pomegranate in greenhouses or indoors! Kids love these flavorful gems, and the light-colored juice is non-staining. Sprinkle into salads and deserts, juice to gain its health benefits or load up on a healthy snack full of antioxidants!

Planting and Application:

Pink Satin is a bushy tree that can be used as both a hedge shrub or a highly attractive specimen tree! Ornamental bright green foliage and orange blooms make this a fantastic specimen plant and focal point for edible landscaping or enhancing your garden! Equally as vigorous as an orchard crop, these plants are so versatile!

Keep the lower branched limbs intact as a hedge for privacy or as a shrub that keeps the fruit within reach! Or limb up to create a tree-form for a multi-stem trunked accent tree, perfect for front-of-the-home curb appeal as well as patio shading!

  • Dusky Pink Skinned Fruit
  • Gem-Like Near-Seedless Soft Pink Fruit
  • Sweet-Tart, Refreshing Clear Juice!
  • Lovely, Unique Orange Blooms
  • Ornamental Bushy Small Tree

Tips for Care:

Full sun exposure is necessary for best fruit production. Plant in any average to organically rich soil as long as it is very well-drained. Requiring average, but consistent moisture, once established these are drought-tolerant trees. Find Fruit Tree Planting, Pruning and Success Tips in our #ProPlantTips Blog today!

  • Full Sun & Moderate Moisture & Mulch
  • Easy Care & Low Maintenance
  • Hardy in Heat
  • Self-Fertile Late Ripening
  • Requires 150-200 Chill Hours

Pink Satin Pomegranate Tree (Punica granatum ‘Pink Satin’) Details

Common name Pink Satin Pomegranate Tree
Botanical name Punica granatum 'Pink Satin'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 7-9
Growth rate Medium
Harvest time 3 - 5 years
Height 15 - 18 ft.
Width 12 - 15 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Medium
Soil condition Well Drained
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time Late Winter
Flower color Orange