grapevines not flowering

lynne gallagher asked 15 years ago

I have three vines in the greenhouse in pots, all growing well but they are not bearing any flower stems at all. This is their second year, and I was told that maybe there is a problem with the soil ph what is the best fertiliser to use to give the vines the right conditions to produce flowers? The varieties I have are Bianca, Rembrandt, and Boskoop glory. Thanks

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 6 years ago
Grapevines produce fruiting stems from buds produced the previous year. It is likely they will produce these next year if they have grown well this year. Young plants take a couple of years to fruit.

Growing in pots is possible but it is important to make sure they do not dry out.

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