Flowering Dogwood - Knowledgebase Question

Bridgewater, Ma
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Question by hughcallagha
June 2, 2010
I have a flowering dogwood and every fall it drops berry like fruit which sends up shoots the next summer. I have replanted these shoots and in one case I now have a tree 5' tall but it's not flowereing. Will it eventually flower?

Answer from NGA
June 2, 2010
It will eventually flower. Size is no indication of maturity so yours may grow for another 2-3 years before it is mature enough to produce flowers. Enjoy your new dogwoods!

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