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Old 01-11-2017, 08:39 AM
Lovey2 Lovey2 is offline
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Mine finally bloomed after the first cold snap. Maybe it was too hot this summer? I don't know. Both seem to be flourishing now, for whatever reason. Finally blooming and throwing new shoots out sideways, not just full. I do fertilize them, and considered moving them, but I didn't. A friend said they needed sun, which they do get where they are. I noticed they did finally start up when they heat calmed down, as I said. BUT...I had them in SW Florida and had to have them cut back they were so big, so who knows? Give them some time, and Miracle Grow, I guess. Maybe the roots need to be fully established before they can throw some color.

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