They are planted in a sunny location, and well watered They are two years old. Planted from the neighbors plants.
Generally, when you take cuttings, or splits from the parent... The transplants can take awhile to adjust and start producing. You could be expecting a wait of around 4 years or so, but often earlier, to see fruit on the plant.
With a little patients and proper care, the plant will be producing before you know it.
This article will give you more information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/cranberry/no-fruit-on-cranberry-vine.htm
We planted Bailey Compact American Cranberry bushes a few yrs ago along the SE corner of barn. We have amended the clay soil. Soil test was good, and we water them when needed. Still they die off. Could our SW winter winds do this?
It does look like winter die-back but this viburnum is hardy to zone 2. Are they well-watered going into winter? Drying winter winds strip moisture even from bare stems. When the ground is frozen, roots can't send water to those stems and they die. I see lots of new healthy growth so. I don't think disease is the problem. Try wrapping the plants with burlap or putting up a temporary burlap "fence" just in front of the bushes to cut down on wind. Also worth a try is watering the bushes mid winter if there hasn't been rain or snow melt. One or two quarts per bush should be enough.
I'm in Victoria Australia and would like to purchase cranberry cuttings, could you help please
We do not sell anything or make recommendations. You can look online or check local nurseries in your country. They may know where to get them or have them in stock.
Will an american highbush cranberry bush thrive near black walnut trees?
Yes, the American cranberry bush can tolerate living near a black walnut tree. Most viburnums are tolerant.
I have sent for Cranberry seeds,to plant, and would like to know the method in which to plant them!
Sure! These articles will help you to do so: