Top Questions About Cranberry Plants

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Questions About Cranberry Plants

Asked by
tcpaws on
September 27, 2018
La Crosse, Wi

Q. Our high bush cranberries don\’t have berries. Why

They are planted in a sunny location, and well watered
They are two years old. Planted from the neighbors plants.

Answered by
BushDoctor on
September 29, 2018
Certified Expert

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.

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