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Our fejoia hedge has not had any flowers on it for the last 2 -3 years. There are about 6 well established trees, approx 3 metres high. What has happened?

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Hi Miriam,

It may be a good time to give your feijoa hedge a good, hard prune. If possible take a third off and apply a fertiliser that is high in Potash, prior to the fruiting season. The Potash will encourage flowers and fruit to grow.

Thanks, the Palmers Team

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