The Q&A Archives: Blossoms

Question: I have the Gazania flower plants and they are growing well. Just recently they stopped blooming. How can I re-start the blooming process?

Thank you

Tom Barker

Answer: Gazania plants usually bloom non-stop over the summer months so I'm not sure what is happening with yours. Sometimes too much nitrogen fertilizer can cause them to stop flowering, as can too little sunshine. Hold off on fertilizer, make sure they are in a hot and sunny spot and they should begin flowering again in a few weeks. Enjoy!

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