The Q&A Archives: No Flowers On Ipomoea Multifida

Question: I purchased Ipomoea multifida from you in early spring and came up wonderfully. Unfortunately, no blooms have appeared
so far. Can it be too hot to set up buds, I am in the lower valley and currently temps are around 105 - mostly humid now. Thank you

Answer: There are two distinct growing seasons in the low desert with different annuals thriving in each season. There's a cool season from approximately the end of September through April. Annuals can be installed from September to February. The warm season starts with planting in mid to late February. Some plants will make it through the summer's heat; others will end their growth when the heat arrives.

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