Oh no @SylviaDavies 😫 how big are they? I believe that like apple trees etc they need to develop spurs for the flowers. I bought this tree at about 9ft tall and have had it just over three years and this is the most flowers we’ll have had yet as it’s still quite young and doesn’t have a lot of “old” wood. Maybe they just need time 😊
They are about 3 to 4ft. They were all in flower when bought but no flowers since they were planted. Can only hope its time they need but I'm also thinking that two of them may be in beds that are too dry. They look healthy enough. Cross fingers then! Thank you for your response!
That is strange then @SylviaDavies 🤔 do you feed them at all? I don’t with mine much apart from a thick mulch of well rotted manure in Spring. I would think lack of water wouldn’t be why as stress usually induces flowering more.
I fed last autumn with manure but still nothing. Will try manure now then in case it empowers for next year. I gave them slow release granules for acidic plants last spring and autumn too. Can but try eh!! Thank you for the advice!
Sorry to hear that @pelly - I can sympathise as my condition affects my extremities and I get frozen toes, fingers etc in winter and hot everything in summer! Warm gloves, hand warmers, heat holder socks and hot water bottles are life savers this time of year! If you don’t have a pair of heat holder socks you should get some, though you need to put them on your feet when they’re warm to retain the heat, they don’t warm up frozen toes so quickly 😁