Not sure why your hydrangeas did not bloom this year? Here are 7 reasons why there was a lack blooms and how you can fix it this fall.
It is florist or gift hydrangea. These are bred to bloom at the point of sale and aren't really meant for the garden. There is marginal success with these flowering in the garden. Keep expectations low - if they bloom - great!
It's not planted in the right location. Check plant variety to determine propery light and soil requirements. Relocate the plant if necessary.
It was pruned at the wrong time. Determine what variety you have and research the right time to prune that particular variety.
Soil is lacking nutrients or has too much nitrogen. Test your soil to see what it needs.
Too much fertilizer. Test your soil to see if there's too much nitrogen which promotes more foliage than flowers.
Your hydrangeas were recently planted and need more time to establish
The hydrangea is not hardy to your climate. You may need to mulch more around the base, wrap the plant with burlap to protect buds, or choose a different variety.
Follow along to learn more about how to fix hydrangeas that didn't bloom.