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Why does my climbing hydrangea never blossom?

I planted a climbing hydrangea 4 years ago. It has never blossomed. What can I do?
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2012  |  46 Views

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Climbing Hydrangeas take a long time to get established, up to seven years. Be patient. Do not prune until later in the summer, since they bloom on last years growth. Try a high bloom fertilizer, something with 60 in the middle, i.e., x-60-y in the spring after they leaf out.

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  1. Sunlight is important for hydrangeas so make sure your hydrangea isn't in total shade.
    by Aska Gardener on Oct 04, 2017.

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