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Cherry bush not producing fruit.

A few years ago I bought a Nanking Cherry bush (Prunus tomentosa), and I was told it was self-pollinating, as well as read that on a few sites, however mine has never produced any cherries.
It has been transplanted a few times, and it flowers beautifully, but does it actually require a pollinator?

Thank you!

Super Green Thumb
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Joined: Thu Oct 21, 2004 9:58 pm
Location: Victoria, BC

Try putting some mason bee boxes around your property. Also, plant other nectar producing flowers in your yard (if you haven't already done so.)
Feed the soil, not the plants.

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Joined: Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:29 pm
Location: Somerset

Nanking Cherry - No Fruit

You will need another cherry to pollinate it. even another nanking will do, but almost any cherry that is in flower at the same time will do.

Good luck


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