Answer: Brush cherry (Syzygium) is an Australian native, and as such performs best where the summers are warm and dry. They all flower and produce fruit, under the right circumstances. Yours may have been pruned after flowering, which would remove potential fruit, it may flower during rainy spells which might prevent pollen from being transfered, or it could be that your spring weather simply isn't hot enough for the plant to produce flowers. In any case, planting another brush cherry will probably produce similar results - no fruit. On the other hand, it may flower and fruit right on schedule. There's no guarantee!
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