Climbing Hydrangeas

How Do I Get My Climbing Hydrangea to Bloom

Yrolfthomas added on August 26, 2014 | Answered

How do I get my climbing hydrangea to bloom? At least 3 yrs old and planted in rich soil.

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Answered on August 26, 2014

Generally speaking, when plants don't flower, it's usually because they're not old enough, don't have enough sun, or have too much nitrogen/ not enough phosphorous in the soil. The first two are easy to understand, but the fix for the third involves fertilizing less and working bone meal into the soil. Here's some more information on climbing hydrangea that you might find useful:

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