The Q&A Archives: Morning glory

Question: I planted 2 morning glories in March. I got them from a grower who had them in a warm place. They grew fine, lots of leaves but no flowers not even buds. What could be wrong? Thanks Dave

Answer: The most likely reasons if the plants appear otherwise healthy, are, they are not mature enough, they're not getting enough sunshine, or they have been feed too often. Excessive nitrogen results in lots of lush, green foliage, at the expense of blooms. There's not much you can do about it except exercise a little more patience. Hope the bloom for you soon!


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