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Me again!

My wintersweet is now 5ft tall, can i expect it to flower this winter? It is threeyears old and hasn't flowered yet maybe as it wasnt happy where it was before, i transplanted it last summer and it hs shot up. I feed every 2 weeks.

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Paula

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  • Posted: Sun. 10th August 2008 16:09

flowers coming

Reply from Cris

Hi there

If you transplanted it a year ago and it is sending up lots of new growth than the chances of it flowering this winter are pretty good as it will flower on ripe new wood. As long as it is in full to part sun in a fertile, well drained soil than it should be happy

  • Posted: Sun. 10th August 2008 22:08

Chimonanthus

Reply from Susie H.

Dear Paula,
Is it getting enough sun? However, 3 years doesn't seem unrealistic as length of time to maturity. Maybe you could encourage flowering by pruning (early spring after it would have flowered).
Susie

  • Posted: Tue. 12th August 2008 10:53

thanks

Reply from paula hewitt

Thanks to both of you for the info, i will get the hang of things eventually (i hope) :)

  • Posted: Tue. 12th August 2008 22:47