Peach Trees
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Patio Peach Tree

barbnorman added on March 30, 2012 | Answered

Why didn’t all my patio peach trees bloom or get leaves this year? The limbs aren’t dead, 2 bloomed and got leaves and the other 2 didn’t.

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DrGreenthumb
Answered on April 16, 2012

I’m not sure what trees you have. It would help to know what variety and size they are.
Have the two trees which didn’t bloom been treated in the same manner as the two which did bloom (same sunlight, drainage, soil etc...)? Are they all the same age? Though most Peaches will bloom at 3 or 4 years of age, there are a few which don’t start until they’re as old as 10.
There are also factors to take into account such as the possibility that you might have fed the two failing trees too much fertilizer, or that they may lack nutrients vital for fruiting such as phosphorus and/or potassium.

It would be advantageous to know which country/state you live in, in order to provide additional adequate information.

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