Jeanne Cunningham, a volunteer at Sacramento Tree Foundation, says pomegranate trees do well in low-water landscapes, and they bloom heavily in spring, adding color to yards. Cunningham irrigates most of her yard twice a week via a drip system, and she waters her trees deeply every other week.
Jeanne Cunningham, a volunteer at Sacramento Tree Foundation, says pomegranate trees do well in low-water landscapes, and they bloom heavily in spring, adding color to yards. Cunningham irrigates most of her yard twice a week via a drip system, and she waters her trees deeply every other week. POM Wonderful
Jeanne Cunningham, a volunteer at Sacramento Tree Foundation, says pomegranate trees do well in low-water landscapes, and they bloom heavily in spring, adding color to yards. Cunningham irrigates most of her yard twice a week via a drip system, and she waters her trees deeply every other week. POM Wonderful

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