My flowers aren't blooming. What's wrong?

I have all annuals in a sunny spot and they are growing but the flowers aren't blossoming. Even the purple coneflowers aren't doing well


Thank you for your question. Your annual flowers need at least 6 hours of direct sun a day to bloom well. Also, hopefully the soil was amended well before the flowers were planted. Composting the soil will condition it so the plants can take up the nutrients they need to thrive. Organic fertilizer may be needed also for ongoing flowering through the season.

Hope this is helpful

  • Last Updated Aug 10, 2018
  • Views 192
  • Answered By Anita Finkle

FAQ Actions

Was this helpful? 0 0

Ask a plant expert

Send us an email or use the question form below.

Submit a question

Before submitting your question, try searching our Plant and Gardening FAQ page and Help Guides. Still need help? Fill out the form below and a plant expert will answer your individual plant and gardening questions. We will respond to questions in the order we receive them.

Your Question
Your Info
Fields marked with * are required.