Pomegranates grow very easily from seeds. I planted some this fall and they came up like hair on a dog, in about 3 weeks. I think they would have germinated faster, but we were having a fall cool spell at that time.
Propagating pomegranate from seed?
Cut the pomegranate open.
Take one of the little kernal things and remove the outer soft membrane from the actual seed. The easiest way would probably just be to take it in your mouth and peel it off with your teeth/tongue.
Put the seed in a wet paper towel and it will sprout in a few days to a week, then plant it in a little pot of soil.
Reply:! it can grow from seeds!
they do not come true from seed.