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I have a rose of sharon plant given to me by my son. It didn't bloom the first year. So we...
moved it to a sunny location in the yard also gets some shade. It has many blooms but they won't open. We water it often any idea why it will not bloom?
This plant needs a lot of sun and heat and not a lot of water. If you can add mulch and organic matter around the top of the soil and reduce watering, letting the soil get fairly dry between waterings.
Do you have an insect problem or any spots on the leaves?
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