Are most pomegranate varieties cold-hardy enough for Central Texas?

I live in Central Texas (zone 8b) and I would like to grow some soft-seed pomegranates that ripen at different times.

My question is: when selecting varieties, do I need to take cold hardiness into account, or is my climate mild enough that I don’t have to worry about it? Of course I’m thinking about cold-hardiness for fruit, not just survival.

Central Texas hit -0F last winter so I would say no.

I had two “Wonderful” pomegranate trees in DFW and I did not have problem. But that was many years ago.

Search the A&M site. It has several recommendations for pomegranate based on region of Texas.