Answer: Your plants should bloom again as long as they are growing vigorously. The hard pruning will cause a delay of several months before blooms appear again. If you would rather have continuous blooming, prune selectively throughout the year. Remove the longest branches one or two at a time rather than doing an all over pruning all at once. Be sure you are fertilizing regularly and keep the soil generously moist while they are outdoors to encourage vigorous growth.
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