|Etymology||Genus||After the Roman common name of the plant, punicum malum|
|Status||Exotic: Cultivated only|
|Native Distribution||India, Western Asia|
Form of the Pomegrande; shrubby and sparse thin foliage.
Bright red fruit with the persistant calyx at the tip.
Leaves are opposite, elongated, and have red petioles.
Flower. Note the bell-shaped calyx that form the tip of the fruit.
Sliced fruit showing the seeds and flesh around them.