Answer: I wonder if over-fertilization is the cause? Too much nitrogen will result in excessive vegetative growth, at the expense of flowers. Your viburnums develop flower buds over the summer for the following spring's display. Pruning at the wrong time will remove the flower buds. If none of the above seems to fit the situation, perhaps your shrubs just need a little more time to mature before they're ready to bloom.
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