I have two indian hawthorn plants. One blooms and one does not. Why is this?
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Make sure your Indian Hawthorn is planted in full sun and has good air circulation around the plant.
Pruning should only be done after flowering.
You may want to do a soil test. Excess nitrogen can be the cause of lack of flowering. Over fertilizing with high nitrogen can also cause lots of lush greens and no flowers.
A phosphorous application can help promote flowering. Bone Meal is good organic application.