Pomegranates mature from August to September. The ripened fruits, 2 to 5 inches in diameter, sport mottled, dark red to purple outer skin. During the first five years of growth, pomegranate trees tend to drop fruit; however, as the trees reach maturity, the majority of fruit remains attached.
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