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I have a very healthy Fejoa tree. Every year in Spring, the tree is full of flowers. But then, all the flowers drop and since I planted it 3 or 4 years ago, I have not reaped any fruit. I feed the tree with fertilizer, compost and water it regularly. Any advice?
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Imelda
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11th April 2017 8:00pm
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Markmelb says...
Most Varieties need a mate for pollination - if you dont have room give one to your next doors to plant - Cheers.
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phil@tyalgum says...
Most single feijoas don't set fruit as they need a pollinator, so to ensure a crop plant another feijoa tree on your block, preferably a named variety other than the one you already have or otherwise a seedling which should help.
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