Dogwood Trees

Two Year Old Dogwood Bears No Flowers

EVERGREN added on May 2, 2011 | Answered

This was a "baby" from another tree and was planted two summers ago in a good location. . . gets water, sun and shade. Looks very healthy and vigorous, but no blooms, and has not had fertilizer either. Have other dogwoods in garden doing great. Pease help.

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Answered on May 8, 2011

Trees need to be mature before they can flower. As this a young dogwood, I would give it at least another year before expecting blooms. They take about 3-4 years before they are of a blooming age.

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