Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
The Autumn before last I bought and planted two Magnolia soulangeanum. The next spring they both flowered well and I was pleasantly surprised as they were quite young plants. This year, only one has flowered (see picture) and has one branch with no flowers as it is confused with the background planting. The other one has no flowers, but seems healthy and is producing a good crop of leaves. My question is whether there is a reason for this and is it something I should worry about?
Looking forward to your replies.
- 7 Apr, 2011