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by shareenie27 on April 01, 2006 02:13 AM
Let me start off with, Im glad to be here and hello from NJ. Had this cherry tree for a at least 4 yrs, only had a few cherry, last year none, anyone know the reason why. It does bloom real pretty. Think its a bing cherry, not really sure, dark cherry's it use to have. Help!

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by weezie13 on April 01, 2006 02:16 AM
Welcome to The Garden Helper's Forum.......
We are very glad you found us...

I just wanted to let you know I was going to move your post into PLANTS AND FLOWERS SECTIONS,
I think you'll get better responses' in to that section better..

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by MistyF on April 01, 2006 08:26 AM
Does it need another cherry tree to act as a pollinator maybe. Some varieties do, and some don't.
by peppereater on April 02, 2006 01:14 AM
I'm thinking the Bing does need another pollinator, at least somewhere near in the neighborhood. Also, a late frost can wipe out the fruit.

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by bettyboop1948 on April 21, 2006 09:18 PM
You should have another cherry tree,I had one and it did the same thing,had it for 4 years and each year had just a few cherrys not much to chat about, so i would say get another one.
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by RugbyHukr on April 21, 2006 10:04 PM
cherries fruit better with small amounts of water

make sure to not overwater

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