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Beginner Fruit: How to encourage winter fruiting of indoor Winter Cherry?

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stcrispian
London
United Kingdom

December 23, 2012
6:53 AM

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One year ago I bought a Winter Cherry which had abundant orange-red berries. It has had healthy well-cared for flowers and foliage but no berries have appeared this winter. (I live in U.K.)
It is in a position where indirect but good light reaches it, and the room is warm.
What can I do to encourage the berries? I was hoping they would be here for Christmas!
I am a relative beginner to plant care but I have followed the instructions.
Thanks

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