broom not flowering

TRIMBLE VALERIE asked 13 years ago

Gerry,14We have a broom in our garden which flowered once a few years ago, but has never flowered since, it was a russetty/ yellowy/orange colour,should we have pruned it after the first flowering.Best wishesValerie Trimble

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 4 years ago
Broom should continue to flower once it started, but if it is shaded, or if it has grown very strongly, it might take a break. Pruning would be more likely to halt flowering.