A pistil of pomegranate is syncarpus of 2 whorl carpels. There are 2 kinds of placentations:the axile placentation with 3 fundamental locules in the lower part of the ovary and the parietalwith 5 fundamental locubes in the upper part. The origin of the false septum of the overy of theplant is complicated. An ovule of pomegranate is an anatropus ovule with 2 layers of integuments and a large nu-cellus that results from dividing and enlarging of a pariental cell. One or several megasporocytes of the plant resulte from the mitotic division of one archespo-rial cell and among several megasporocytes only the one functions and the others degenerate. Themegasporocyte undergoes 2 meiotic division resulting in the formation of a linear tetrad of haploidmegaspores. The chalazal megaspore enlarges in preparation for the first mitotic division of the ga-metophyte. The others degenerate. The type of development of the embrye-sac of pomegranate ispolygonum type.