Answer: Glad your propagation was successful. If the parent plant refuses to bloom, it just isn't happy. It needs morning sun, afternoon shade, and rich, moist soil that's slightly acidic. Feed with Miracid or Miracle Gro and mulch over the root area to slow evaporation. If it doesn't bloom for you next spring, consider moving it to a different location. Best wishes with the new little hydrangeas!
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