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my jasmine officinal has not flowered this year, plenty of new growth , and looks very healthy, have been feeding with tomatoe feed but with no luck


  • Mark56Mark56 Posts: 1,653

    When did you prune? Sometimes pruning at the incorrect time can be a cause. 

  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,700

    As Mark56 says pruning at the wrong time can be an issue. Overgrown plants with very light trimming can also be an issue too. If you have allowed the climber to turn very bushy, they may not flower at all. 

    The plant really needs to be in quite a bit of sun to be able to flower. Check your planting areas, have there been newly planted things around the area that may have changed from the year before? Jasmine really needs at least 4-5 hours sun in summer to be able to perform. 

    Finally, if you are growing from a pot, perhaps it's now too pot bound compared to last year?

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