The Q&A Archives: No Blooms on my Morning Glory Vine

Question: My morning glory vine is growing, with lots of healthy leaves, but no blooms. They are planted in good soil, East exposure, here in sunny Phoenix, Az. I have fed my plants, what am I not doing? Thanks

Answer: I think you are giving your morning glories too much TLC. Morning Glory's really like poor soil. They should not be fertilized - fertilizer just makes them grow vines but they won't bloom. Once the fertilizer leaches from the soil you should see a difference in their performance. Best wishes with your garden!

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