My recently purchased Euryops which I planted in a container, initially bore healthy and prolific blooms. Now, although it has plenty of buds, the inside of each bud is brown and the flowers appear to have died before emerging from the buds. The plant is in full sun, the growing medium is as recommended and this is my first failure after many years of growing Euryops in containers. What have I done wrong?
Euryops Flowers Not Forming
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Container plantings need daily water and even twice a day during heat above 85 degrees F.
Make sure the soil is moist but not soggy.
Root rot could also cause the flowers to not open.
This article will refresh you on the care requirements.