6 Reasons Why Your Flower Border isn't Flowering (and How to Fix It)…
Why isn’t your border full of flowers? Or is there a particular plant that just won’t flower in your garden? You’d be surprised at some of the reasons why plants don’t flower – and yet the solutions are simple. Flower farmer Sue Oriel of Country Lane Flowers explains the 6 most common reasons why your garden isn’t as full of flowers as you’d like (and what to do about it)
00:00 Do you think that adding fertiliser will make your flowers bloom? Not always…
00:26 Country Lane Flowers: https://www.countrylaneflowers.co.uk/
00:50 The number one reason for garden plants not flowering
01:35 How the age of the plant affects flowering
03:13 Dead head more to get more flowers
03:23 How to Create an Amazing Flower Border video: https://youtu.be/qxVxUDkiwWs
04:40 Pruning at the wrong time
06:12 Too much or too little fertiliser
07:54 Sowing seeds too late
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