Miniature pomegranate plant care



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Miniature pomegranate plant care

by Josephine K., age 14

Introduction: I began my science education at an early age and love plants and garden so I came up with this mini plant care for the pomegranate. The pomegranate is one of my favorite fruits. It's a fruit with lots of seeds and I like the fruity smell when I harvest the fruits from my plant. I really don't have too many pomegranate plants, I have a few because of the seeds and they are very enjoyable to eat. So I decided to show you my methods of mini plant care for pomegranate. I really love science and gardening. It is my favorite hobby. I also had fun coming up with this idea and even did the fun experiments. I hope you enjoy it as well.

Background: There are a few different types of pomegranates, the common, the French, the Spyra pommegranate, and the New Zealand Kew, etc. I planted the common pomegranate because I found it at a store and decided to grow it. I decided to use the special magnifying glass to take a look at it because I thought that would be a neat way to see what it looked like. Once I got it into my hands, I could see that the pomegranate was green. Once I pulled out the magnifying glass, it turned red. And it turned out to be really cute to look at, it turned into a cute little sun flower. The pomegranate was pretty and with these plants I made a mini care program for my pomegranate.

Materials: I used: Nutrients, Potting Mix, a magnifying glass, A few water bottles, some seeds, a spoon, 1 plant, and my kitchen sink. You may need more than what I have stated. I used the magnifying glass because I thought that it would be really fun to see how the pomegranate looked without the glass and then again after I put the glass on it.

The magnifying glass can be found in a well-stocked kitchen supply store, department store, or at a cheap discount store. I found mine in a discount store. The potting mix can be bought at your local garden store or online. The seeds can be planted in your house. The soil can be purchased online or at a gardening store. A spoon can be found online or at any store that sells kitchen supplies.

Preparation: 1) I used my kitchen sink because it would be easier to clean than a dirty old plastic bowl that could get all messy. It worked great and I did not have to use any other materials to wash the plant. 2) Make sure the potting mix is not too wet or too dry, but just right. It needs to be absorbent enough so that the roots can grow. 3) Once it is pot ready, it is ready to plant. 4) Water it by giving it a good soak in the sink.

Results: 1) I started by first looking at the plant without the magnifying glass. I really liked the color of the plant and the arrangement of the leaves. I really liked it and so I decided to keep it. 2) I pulled the magnifying glass out of the case and was surprised that the pomegranate turned into a sunflower. 3) I was excited about the results of the experiment because I really like science, I was happy that I came up with this idea, and I loved the outcome of the experiment. 4) It looked really cute to me and I like that the flower turned into a sunflower because I was looking at it with a magnifying glass and the color turned into a whole different color.

Pomegranate Description:

(Scientific Name) Punica granatum

Common Name: Pomegranate

Common Uses:

Culinary Uses:

Fruits and Seeds

Medicinal Uses:

Culinary Uses:

Fruits and Seeds

Medicinal Uses:

Culinary Uses:

Fruits and Seeds

Medicinal Uses:

Culinary Uses:

Fruits and Seeds

Medicinal Uses:

(Look at the pictures on this web page)

Health Benefits:

Safety: The Common Pomegranate is safe for consumption in most areas of the U.S.

Where can I Buy:

Growing Tips:

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1. What is a Pomegranate?

Chapter 2. Which is a pomegranate?

Chapter 3. Pomegranates

Chapter 4. The Common Pomegranate

Chapter 5. Growing a Pomegranate

Chapter 6. Identifying Pomegranates

Chapter 7. Soil Preparation

Chapter 8. Nutrient Requirements

Chapter 9. Watering

Chapter 10. Potting Mix

Chapter 11. How to plant a Pomegranate

Chapter 12. Growing your Pomegranate

Chapter 13. Harvesting Pomegranates

Chapter 14. Cleaning Pomegranates

Chapter 15. Asking Questions

Table of Contents

Introduction

About my science project:

My science project is about a plant called the pomegranate. I love the idea of science because it is neat to learn more about our environment and learn what things can be used for, and what plants can be used for different purposes. My first project was the mini-care program for the pomegranate. It was easy to do and it had a lot of fun.

Chapter 1. What is a Pomegranate?

A pomegranate is a fruit and the word itself is Greek and means little apple seed. The pomegranate can be red or green. The common pomegranate can be found in the U.S. and it is also commonly called the apple pomegranate. It can also be found in many other countries.

The common pome



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