Why Dogwood Trees Will Not Bloom?

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The dogwood trees will not bloom if they are not in area that is getting enough water or sun. It is best to have them in an area that will get enough sun. These trees bloom mostly in the spring.
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Preferring full sunlight, if a dogwood tree is planted in a shaded area it may not thrive well. Also, if a previously well-lit spot becomes overgrown and shaded by surrounding plants
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This may sound stupid, but are you sure it's a Dogwood? Has it ever flowered? Maybe it's in a bad spot. I would try pruning it later on in the year to promote growth for next year
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Dogwoods typically bloom around April 15. th.
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Dogwood trees can bloom to be white or sometimes a pinkish color.
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