There are many possible reasons for flowering trees failing to bloom. For instance, the flower buds could have been damaged by the elements; the trees may not have received sufficient water; there could be a soil deficiency. Pertaining to the latter, when plants fail to flower, a commonly suggested remedy is fertilizing with a fertilizer high in phosphorus. Such a fertilizer will have a high middle number in its NPK number.
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