Rhododendron Plants


Anonymous added on December 17, 2017 | Answered

My plant has bloomed in the past, but this year I had all kind of buds, but not one of them opened. What should I do with all the buds.????

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Answered on December 18, 2017

The most common culprit in this problem is drought or inability of water to reach the roots. If the foliage has become dense, rain might not be getting through and the plant could benefit from being watered. Another possibility is insufficient light- if the amount of shade on the plant has increased since the last time it bloomed, this could be the explanation.

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