Answer: It sounds as though your plant is putting much of its energy into developing foliage and stems, at the expense of producing flowers. This may be a natural growth cycle, or it may have been brought on by an over-application of nitrogen fertilizer. As soon as it uses up the nitrogen you've just fed it, it should slow the development of lush, green growth and redirect its energy into producing flowers. When it does, it will reward you with those beautiful flowers once again.
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