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I have a large trough about 6ft x 1ft - not particularly deep. I planted monbretia in it a few years ago, but have had very few flowers - lots of leaves and the trough is now full. I'm not too bothered because it makes a nice boundary on the patio but a few flowers would be even better! I'm thinking that if I feed it again, I will just get more leaves. Is there anything I can do or are they just in the wrong place?
In London. Keen but lazy.
Did they flower well at first and tailed off over a number of years? Maybe the corms have become congested. Dig them up, snap off the lower ones and replant the newer ones.
If you live in Derbyshire, as I do.
They certainly are congested! Will give it a go when they die back. Thanks pansy.