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By Buff

United Kingdom Gb

i have an indoor stephanotis plant that i bought last year that was in flower. I have looked after it through winter and spring in my conservatory that has a controlled temperature, and it has grown to 4 times its size, but it has no sign of flowers. why is this?



Lack of flowering: may be caused by low humidity or insufficient summer warmth? But may also be due to unsuitable treatment during winter, so keep plant cool in winter between 55-61°F and water sparingly. Poor general growing conditions and lack of feeding may also be factors, feed April to October with a proprietary, high-potassium, liquid houseplant food?

14 Jul, 2012


thanks for that - probably too cold during the winter

16 Jul, 2012



16 Jul, 2012

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