Answer: I'll pass your comments on to Suzanne. Too bad we're not all as lucky as she! If your hydrangeas are healthy looking and nothing has changed in terms of their care (pruning, sunlight, water, fertilizer), then there's is no real reason for your hydrangeas not to flower right on schedule. The problem must be weather related. There's still time for them to develop flower buds for a late bloom. Since hydrangeas develop flowers on new growth of the season, try pruning them back a bit to encourage new growth. Best wishes with your hydranges!
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