Is there anything more frustrating than a plant that doesn't flower when it's supposed to? Probably, but it's up there on the list. There are a handful of usual suspects that prevent optimal blooming. Some are within our control, some not. The old problem of trying to prune your hydrangeas before they set next year's buds has been alleviated by new varieties that don't care when you prune them. That was easy. Here are some more answers and solutions for why your flowers don't bloom.
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