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Cats owned: Magnificent moggies
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20-07-2014, 02:28 PM   #21

Re: Pomegranate


Such good growth, truth! Well done young Pom.

Friends keep giving me plants of various sorts ...... I'm not that good with houseplants really. Now I have a lovely orchid to try and not kill!!!



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Cats owned: Colourpoint persian, and moggies
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Location: Christchurch, New Zealand
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20-07-2014, 09:03 PM   #22

Re: Pomegranate


Don't know much about planting, but drinking a small glass of pomegranate juice daily is said to be very good for losing tummy fat. Lots of people swear by it. Think I might get some as I have been pigging out lately with all the cold weather we've been getting.



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Cats owned: Birman.
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16-05-2015, 10:42 AM   #23

Re: Pomegranate


Growing..They all survived the winter. I put half of them in the conservatory and half on windowsill in lounge for the winter. Often plants can go into too long a dormancy period and just never come out of it in the spring, sadly, but happy to say these are ok this year, I think it helped giving them fresh, clean soil at the end of the summer, and just keeping them cool, (now very warm!).





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16-05-2015, 03:15 PM   #24

Re: Pomegranate


Wow, well done keeping them going. That looks to be a very healthy plant.



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