The Q&A Archives: flowering dogwood

Question: My husband planted two flowering dogwood trees 2 years ago and they don't bloom. They go straight to green leaves. What is wrong?

Answer: Sometimes dogwood trees take a few years to get established in the garden and mature enough before they can set flowers. I suspect your trees are just too immature to flower. Give them another year or two and they should be ready to bloom Best wishes with your trees!

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