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Feijoa trees not flowering

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jacquelineowens starts with ...
I have 2 Feijoa trees about 5 years old, they flowered the first year they were in but have not flowered since. What can I do?
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13th May 2015 2:09pm
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life in a retirement village says...
Try pruning them a bit.
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14th August 2015 8:12pm
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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Hi Jacqueline and Members. I am a new member. The Info on my gardening Hobby-Site may help you. I've researched Fejoas recently because I heard clashing feedback on a few websites about growing them and this puzzled me because I've seen a few Fejoa Trees growing in different locations of a Temporate Zone in South Australia through the years that have no difficulties flowering and fruiting.

You can read about the nutritional profile and benefits of Fejoas on my website page. They're really quite interesting!

NOTE: I think it would be good to purchase them from Daleys in preference to Bunnings from some Feedback I have seen.

All the best. I want to grow Fejoas myself.
www.janetsgardentips.com/fejoas-avocados

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29th August 2015 12:49pm
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