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geranium has stopped blooming

My geranium has stopped blooming. What should I do?

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#1 Comment By Heather On 08/26/2011 @ 2:56 pm

If you have not deadheaded it, this may help it to start blooming again. Deadheading is just removing all the old faded blossoms.

Plants sometimes stop blooming because they are stressed. Check the plant for bugs and make sure it is getting enough water. Give it a little fertilizer as well.

If you have deadheaded and there is nothing stressing the plant, you can try pruning it a bit. Removing 1/4 or so of the foliage may jump start it back up again if all else fails.

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