Ask a Question forum: Will the offspring of a flowering shrub produce flowers?

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Name: Mike
Oshkosh, WI (Zone 4b)
Jul 18, 2016 7:56 PM CST
I have a magnificent St. Johns Wort shrub - Hypericum kalmianum ‘Gemo’. Multiple small St. Johns Wort plants are now growing in the surrounding area, apparently by self propagation of the seeds. The foliage looks the same but they have yet to flower. Are these "offspring" capable of producing flowers similar to the parent plant?
Name: Sally
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Jul 19, 2016 5:18 AM CST
I don't see why not. They just may need to grow a certain size before they have the energy to do so.
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Lititz, PA (Zone 6b)
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Jul 19, 2016 10:41 AM CST
Usually, and it depends on the shrub, seedlings could take several years to reach flowering maturity.

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