The Q&A Archives: Gardenia plant

Question: I have a gardenia indoor plant and it looks healthy. I have it for a year now and it does not show any sign that it will bloom flowers. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Answer: As long as it looks healthy, you must be doing everything necessary for your gardenia. Plant maturity is a big factor in blooming, as is sufficient light. You may need to provide more light to your plant this spring and summer to encourage flower buds. Try a bright window or when the weather warms up, take your plant outdoors to a shady spot. I think you will see a big difference in its performance. Best wishes with your gardenia!

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