Pineberry 'White Dream'

pineberry White Dream

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Hasn't grown any fruit

By sb

from London


  • Attractive
  • Hardy
  • Healthy
  • No Fruit


  • No Fruit

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    Comments about Crocus Pineberry'White Dream':


    I've had this plant for over a year and unfortunately it hasn't produced any fruit. I'm sure it's my fault and I haven't done something right! If anyone has any tips please share!

    However, it is a beautiful plant with lovely white flowers!

    • Your Gardening Experience:
    • Real novice

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