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Hello, we have a small feijoa tree in the garden. It had some flowers on it but has absolutely no fruit. I have heard that I need two trees. Can you please help please?
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Hi Anita, potentially your tree is a little small to give fruit yet and will take 2-3 years to get established. However they do tend to give more fruit when multiple plants are planted, the cross pollination appears to give better results. Also ensure no grass is grown directly under the feijoa as this will use up all the fertiliser that the plant would like. Thanks, the Palmers team

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