The Q&A Archives: Non-blooming Everblooming Jasmine

Question: I have a 3-yr-old Everblooming Jasmine, in a large planter inside, that has stopped blooming. I have fertilzed with Peter's with no change. Seems healthy otherwise, good leaf production, etc. How do I get it to bloom again?

Answer: When jasmine refuses to bloom it's usually due to low light conditions or poor pruning. Jasmine flowers on new growth, so pinching back the tips of the stems will encourage new shoot growth, and subsequent flowering. Give it a try - you'll like the results!

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