dogwood tree doesn't bloom much

three4rdMay 9, 2007


I must have the only dogwood tree around that doesn't bloom much. I am the same person who wrote (regarding the exact same problem) concerning forsythia. The dogwood is about 10 years old, and did bloom nicely when it was younger. This year, there are some blooms if you look close, but it pretty much just goes right to leaf. We're really frustrated with this, since as we drive around other people's dogwoods are this spectacular display.

Any thoughts as to why we may be experiencing this problem? Anything I can do about it?



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