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feijoa not flowering

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can anyone tell me why my feijoa is not flowering its about 4 years old













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Rick8
Tasmania
22nd October 2011 8:32pm
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Rowan says...
Is it a seedling? They can sometimes take a few more years to mature, and seedling feijoas have a very variable fruiting period though it should have some tiny flower buds on it if it is going to fruit this year.
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Rowan
Casterton Vic
23rd October 2011 6:01am
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John Mc says...
I'll back Rowan up on that one. I've mentioned on other threads here, where I have three 10yo seedlings, all with different flowering and fruiting characteristics from each other. They mainly took around 5 years to start fruiting, one has never fruited, the second fruits if and when it wants to, and the third is an excellent producer with a large pear shape. So I scored one good one out of three. Hence the reason for buying four grafted cv's with known characteristics.
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Warnervale NSW
23rd October 2011 7:41pm
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Gus says...
I have got two named variety feijoa trees that fruited the year I got them. They were only about 4 1/2 foot high, but I got a few flowers and about three fruit. This year they have grown to about 5 foot but are covered in flowers so i am hoping for even more fruit this year. On good advice from this forum I ripped up my seeding tree and planted the two name brands (mammoth and triumph) which I would recommened any one to do if you want to be assured of success.
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Dianne King says...
I have had my Apollo feijoa for almost a year and it had beautiful fruit on when purchased. It is about 1 metre high but this year there is no sign of flowers. I have moved it to a large pot in the last few weeks because it had previously been in a spot in the garden which flooded a lot in the winter. Could this be the reason? I have 3 other varieties which are now budding up...
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DianneKing1
Levin, NZ
19th November 2012 6:00am
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Darryl says...
hey we areKiwis living in towsville Australia QLD we planted a feijoa tree 2 years ago it hasn't flowered yet but has plenty of growth have pruned it has plenty of new growth again is it to HOT for feijoas in north QLD
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Townsville
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