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EARLY MOLLAR

Punica granatum cultivar

Syn.

Early Spanish Pomegranate

Origin

Spain

Type

Sweet, soft seeded

Description

Large, rounded fruit with basic cream skin blushed with pinkish-red. The arils are dark pink in colour and with small soft seeds. It is juicy and low in acid which makes it very sweet.

Ripens

From late March - It ripens two weeks earlier than "Mollar de Elche"

Uses

*Excellent for fresh eating or juicing.

Notes

Height and spread :+3m x+3m

*Very similar to "Mollar de Elche" but ripens two weeks earlier.

*One of the sweetest varieties in the world.

*Very popular in Europe and Spain were it originates from.

*The top export variety produced in Spain.

*Fruit has excellent storage ability.

*Has excellent quality, sweet taste.

*Tolerates light to moderate frost only.

*Vigorous, fastgrowing variety.

*Very productive, good bearer.

*Named after the town of Elche, in Valencia, Spain.

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