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Between a lemon and a grapefruit in size with a rounded hexagonal shape, with thick reddish skin.  The edible part of the pomegranate is the seeds inside.  Each seed has a surrounding water-laden pulp (aril) – ranging in color from white to deep red or purple.  The seeds are embedded in a white, spongy, astringent membrane that is not eaten.

Growing Area
California
Handling and Storage 
Store in the refrigerator.  When ready to eat slice in half and scoop or bang/knock out the seeds.
Varieties 
Ambrosia (the largest)
Availability 
September – February in the northern Hemisphere. Imported from the Southern Hemisphere March – May.

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