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  • Answered by
    Nikki on
    May 8, 2014
    Certified Expert

    Blooming takes a lot of energy from a plant. When a plant is transplanted, it is forced to refocus its energy on recovering from the stress of being transplanted. No matter how well you prepare the location or how carefully you transplant a plant, all plants experience some level of transplant shock and stress. It sounds like the plant continued to bloom the buds that were already on the plant when you transplanted but has not had the spare energy to produce new buds. It should start to bloom again once it has recovered from the shock of being moved, which should be in just a few weeks.

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