Catunaregam spinosa - Mountain Pomegranate

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10 seeds per pack. a.k.a. Randia spinosa. This India native is unrelated to the pomegrante, and is actually part of the gardenia-coffee family. It yields small, green-yellow fruits that are said to be edible. Some sources suggest the fruits are gathered in the wild and eaten cooked. Raw fruits are likely not edible. Small, shrubby tree, deciduous, with spines, growing to 12 ft / 4 m. Unknown frost tolerance. #4574