Non--fruiting pomegranate with two different color blooms. Why?

It's a cutting from an original bright red/orange color. This cutting has peach color blooms but this year, two branches have the original color. I would like to know why that is happening.
  3 answers
  • Shoshana Shoshana on Jun 15, 2017
    It may have something to do with how you pruned it last year or the type of food it received. Did you do anything differently this year?

    • Lydia Lydia on Jun 15, 2017
      No, I haven't done anything different. Part of the tree is reverting to its original color. Thank you for replying.

  • Grandmasue10 Grandmasue10 on Jun 15, 2017
    Could it be cross pollination from a nearby pomegranate?

    • Lydia Lydia on Jun 15, 2017
      I have two fruiting trees on the opposite side of the house.

  • Kim Kim on Jun 15, 2017
    some fruit trees are grafted for size of fruit
    it may be that the original tree was grafted and your limb will not
    produce correctly