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Punica granatum L.
Colors Obtained
Dark Brown, Khaki, Gray, Yellow, Black
Dye Ingredients
Tanin, gallis asit, egalik asit
This thorny tree can reach to 18 feet in height and has four-sided twigs and shiny lancet-shaped leaves and bright red flowers that develop into a fruit with many seeds and a yellow to red skin, the pomegranate itself.   Distribution: The pomegranate is native to Southwestern Asia from India and Pakistan to Iran . It is cultivated in the entire Mediterranean area and in Asia as far as China , growing wild now in many regions. Material used for dyeing: Fresh or dried peel of the fruit.