Jasmine Not Leafing Out
Hi everyone, looking for a bit of advice. I planted two jasmine climbers in clay pots on my southeast facing patio with the intention of letting them climb up our wooden pergola. Unfortunately, during the first growing season, they never really leafed out very fully nor flowered very much at all. This spring will be the second growing season and whilst they have grown a bit in terms of length, I'm looking for some ideas to improve their rigour this year. I do see leaf buds along the full length of the stems including near the soil surface, so I'm confident they are alive. They were potted in john innes no. 3. I'm wondering if I should perhaps repot with fresh soil/compost, simply add some fresh compost to the top, or feed (or some combination thereof). I think they'd probably be happiest if I planed in the earth, but I cannot do that for logistical reasons. Appreciate any thoughts you might have. Thanks!