Snowball Viburnum won't bloom - Knowledgebase Question

Comanche, TX (Zone 7B)
Question by nelliew
March 19, 2006
My snowball viburnum is about 3 1/2 to 4 foot tall and it has never bloomed. Do I need a special soil or acid something to make it bloom or do I need to have a pair of them. I am in zone 7. Thanks


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Answer from NGA
March 19, 2006

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Nell,

You don't need a pair for a plant to bloom. The reason for a lack of blooms may be that the plant needs more light. It can take partial sun but not too much shade. It also prefers an area with summers that are a little milder than yours. You are in heat zone 9 and it is rated for up to only heat zone 8. The stress from heat may be part of the problem.

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