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Brian Davies starts with ...
I have a tree which is supposedly a burdekin plum.After 4 1/2 years it has grown to 3 metres and still hasn't flowered is there any reason for this? thankyou.
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23rd April 2008 7:41pm
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Carla says...
Hi Brian,
If your Burdekin Plum is a seedling tree it could still take a few more years to fruit. Seedling trees start to produce from 4 to 10 years. Also there are female and male types and of course it's the female that produces the fruit. You can be lucky, as my friend just had the one tree and every year it produces hundreds of fruit. Good luck and be patient.
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Brian Davies says...
Thanks very much,something to look forward to.
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