Dogwood Trees
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Why Hasn’t My Dogwood Flowered Yet?

DLM added on April 14, 2011 | Answered

My dogwood was planted 2 years ago as a young sapling. It has shown good growth and has no sign of disease or insect damage. I did not expect it to flower last year but hoped it would this spring. It has leafed out with no sign of any "flower. "

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Anonymous
Answered on April 17, 2011

It takes a few years for dogwoods to become established enough to bloom. You will need to give it more time. Also be careful not to over fertilize it. They need little fertilizer and too much can harm the tree's ability to bloom.

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