Q.Tomato plants won’t bloom.
I purchased three tomato plants with blooms. I now have a few tomatoes, but no new blooms. What can I do?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
If you haven't planted them yet, then do so. If these are planted, then there could be a few issues. If it has been too dry, OR too wet, then both can cause the issue.
Not having the proper nutrients in the soil can cause this as well. Either too much nitrogen, or too little phosphorus and potassium will be to blame.
Temperature can also cause issues.They need to remain pretty steady in order for the plant to fruit properly, as temperature fluctuations greater than 10 or 15 degrees will halt flowering in many cases.
This article will help you to grow tomatoes, perfectly: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/tomato/growing-tomatoes-guide.htm