No stems on pomegranates

Fun fact! During harvest, pomegranate fruit are clipped off as close to the base as possible, leaving no stem on the fruit. This is because the stem could damage other pomegranates during shipping, ruining their aesthetic value for use in arrangements during the fall and winter seasons.

During harvest, pomegranate fruit are clipped off as close to the base as possible, leaving no stem on the fruit. This is because the stem could damage other pomegranates during shipping, ruining their aesthetic value for use in arrangements during the fall and winter seasons.

Source: https://www.agmrc.org/commodities-products/fruits/pomegranates