|When should I expect my Dogwood to start blooming? I bought it today but it has no signs of budding on it. I hope it's not dead.
|Answer from NGA
April 7, 2010
|In order to produce flowers your tree must be mature enough to develop flower buds. When your dogwood is mature enough, you'll see flower buds forming. You may not see them for another year or two - after you have planted your tree and it has a chance to establish itself and begin to grow in your landscape. Just be patient with your new dogwood. It will eventually bloom!
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