The Cherry Blossom Harvest Festival has become an annual event in California, and for the past decade it’s been one of the most popular times of year for visitors.
It brings the blossoms to the streets of Los Angeles for a weekend celebration.
The Festival is a celebration of California’s native trees, but this year, the trees have come under fire, and the fruit is at the center of the debate.
In the aftermath of the California Drought, it became clear that the trees were not getting enough water to survive.
The cherry trees were in desperate need of help, and a new drought-related funding request from the California Department of Water Resources has sparked a battle between the state and a small company called the Cherry Blossom Trust.
It was just one of several incidents at the festival this year.
The Cherry Blossoms have been on a tear this year in their efforts to improve water supply, but the trust is also a major player in the industry.
Its a group of growers, distributors and retailers who have partnered with a handful of companies that sell cherry trees and who have invested heavily in marketing and advertising to sell their trees.
These include cherry tree seed companies, farmers, and farmers markets.
The growers and distributors have worked to convince the state that the trust’s cherry trees need to be planted with water and fertilizers, so the state can grow them in a water-efficient way.
This has been a contentious issue in California for years, and it’s led to protests by the farmers, who say they need water to grow their trees, and some businesses, like a small business that has a cherry tree in its windows.
The trust’s biggest concern is that the cherry trees, which are planted in California with water, are being watered to the point where they won’t survive.
Cherry tree seed company, the Cherry Blossom Trust, said it’s worried about a potential water shortage in the area.
They say the trust has invested $15 million into promoting the cherry tree as an agricultural product, so its important that it’s a sustainable product that helps support the California drought.
But the cherry seed companies are not the only ones who are concerned about the impact of the CherryBlossom Trust’s plans.
The California Department for Water Resources says they have been contacted by growers who say the Cherryblossom Trust is trying to water cherry trees at an unsustainable rate, and they want to speak out about this.
The department has asked the CherryBrick Trust to clarify its plan for watering the trees and to provide them with a water supply plan.
“We want to ensure that this trust continues to work with the California department to help the California cherry tree grow and flourish,” said Christine McPherson, the department’s water resources manager.
“The cherry trees have been in the ground for more than 50 years and have been watered to that level for the last four years.
The water needs are going to be addressed, and that will be addressed by this trust.”
The CherryBlossoms are trying to find out what is happening with the cherry blossoms in the future.
They are also trying to convince other growers that this is not a sustainable solution.
So far, they have received support from the state, some of whom have donated funds for a cherry farm and a cherry trees nursery.
The fruit of the cherry is a big deal to California farmers and growers, but some have expressed concern that the Cherry blossom Trust has been given too much water.
It’s unclear how much water the trust will need to grow the trees.
“I think it’s going to take some time,” said Tom Riesen, who farms near Santa Rosa, California.
“As long as we’re getting rain, I think it will be OK.”
He says he wants to grow tomatoes with the tree’s fruit.
“It’s not a huge deal, but it would be nice to see something like that,” he said.
Rieson has a big plan for the cherry blossom trees: He plans to grow strawberries, strawberries with cherries, cherry tomatoes and cherry melons.
But he said he also wants to buy more water and water-saving devices.
“When you buy a car, you can put on the air conditioning and the lights and you’re done,” he explained.
“With cherry blossoms, it’s not so easy.
They’re still growing, and we’re still paying them for the privilege of being able to do that.”
The trust is in the process of working with the growers to come up with a plan that would allow them to grow more fruit in the next three to four years, but that could take time.
“They’re just trying to figure out how to survive,” said Rieser.
“Our biggest concern right now is that they’re not getting water.
We’re not sure if they’re going to survive, but we want them to be able to produce the fruit that