Answer: On the contrary, 'Wentworth' was selected for the big, red berries it produces. The blooms of highbush cranberry are curious; the outer ring flowers on a cluster are sterile -- it's the center of the cluster that has the reproductive organs. If the blossoms aren't infested with thrips or aphids, then I'm not sure why they wouldn't fruit, aside from a lack of pollination. I recommend that you plant it in the ground or a larger pot as soon as you can. You can draw bees for pollination with Bee Scent, available at many garden centers, and from Gardens Alive (812/537-8650; firstname.lastname@example.org). Best of luck!
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