Q.Limbs On Plant Will Not Support Flowers.
When the plant started blooming, the limbs started “drooping” almost to the ground. The limbs are too “flimsy” to support the blooms. What can I do to increase the strength of the limbs?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
If you are talking about peonies, that is a common problem.
One thing you can do is make sure the soil fertility suits the plants. For example, a plant that prefers poor or average soil is likely to flop in rich soil. And a plant that needs rich soil will struggle in poor soil.
Also, be sure the amount of sun is appropriate. A plant that needs full sun but only gets light sun is likely to stretch for light, weakening the plant.