Asked on Oct 7, 2017

Why doesn't my wisteria shrub produce flowers?

JoanieClaude

Answered

MY WISTERIA IS OVER 8 FEET HIGH. 10 YEARS OLD. NEVER PRODUCE FLOWERS.

THANK YOU

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2 answers
  • Claude
    on Oct 7, 2017

    Ck the soil nutrients...sometimes it’s a couple of years before it will bloom but Chan es are not enough sunlight or you are sadly needing n p k adjustments. N is for nitrogen, but you say it’s 8’ tall (so maybe a bit too high?) p phosphorus needed for bloom*** there you go! Soil test from your state university about $7 and ask how much of what to add. They will even tell you what to use. Good luck.
  • Joanie
    on Oct 8, 2017

    I've had mine that long..........it bloomed VERY WIMPY, ONE year and now it grows , but no flowers!!
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