My Avacado trees have blossoms but No fruit , what should I Do...?
- pattyLv 62 months ago
pottash. water. sun
- ennLv 62 months ago
If you can, get a very soft, dry paint brush, and gently swish the flowers --- actually, you need a primarily "male" tree. Find one of the trees where the "flower" looks different than the other trees, and swish the "male" flowers with a very soft dry paint brush (or good swishy makeup brush). Then swish the flowers very gently of the other trees. You should get fruit growing in about 6 months. Avocadoes need to cross-pollinate, but sometimes the female trees do not get the pollination. Be as gentle as you can with the flowers, and good luck!
- EdwenaLv 72 months ago
Try taking the best blossom at its peak and pollinate all the other flowers with it. Play bee. You should do it several times over several days since you have no idea when the flowers are receptive. Only bees know. The tree will probably not make fruit unless you do the bee part.
- ?Lv 72 months ago
Avocado trees are well known to take a decade or more to bear fruit. Its one of the things that makes growing them so tough. So ypu can probably expect blossoms but no fruit until around 2030
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- Sal*UKLv 72 months ago
Needs to be 10, maybe evern 15 before it bears fruit - years, that is,