The Q&A Archives: Non-blooming new hydragna

Question: I purchased an hydragna on Memorial Day (or the 4th) and planted it immediately. It still has healthy looking leaves but has not flowered. Any suggestions?

Answer: I think your hydrangea is too young to bloom. Most hydrangeas need to establish themselves in the garden for a year before they can flower. I expect your hydrangea will bloom next spring so be patient and you'll be rewarded with beautiful flowers. Enjoy!

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