My Hippeastrums have not flowered for about 2 years what am i doing wrong as i have some in garden beds and some in pots thanks sandy
08 April 2019 06:49 AM
If your Hippeastrums have flowered for the past 2years there is no reason why they shouldn't continue to flower. Did you fertilised your Hippeastrums last spring? Early November is a good time to fertilised these plants. Pick a fertiliser that has a high phosphorus and potassium content. Apply a mulch to the soil to keep in moisture, particularly during the hot summer months.