Answer: Based on your description, as long as it seems healthy and is growing well, I suspect it is a matter of age and maturity. Chindo is reputed to be slow to bloom in some cases, so all you can do is be patient. You might also check and see if there are flower buds on the plant in the fall; if so and then there is no bloom, it might be a case of winter wind exposure or oscillating temperatures damaging the buds. If that is the case, a wind break or more sheltered location might help. I hope it blooms for you soon!
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