Hydrangea Bush Has No Flowers

Question From: Sterling Heights, Michigan, United States
Q: My hydrangea bush is about seven or eight years old. This is the second year in a row that it has no flowers, even though the bush is big and beautiful. What could the problem be?

A: Depends on the kind of hydrangea your growing. My guess is it's weather related. Unseasonably warming in winter and late freezes in spring probably damaged the flower buds. Fertilize it in fall with Hollytone by Espoma and keep it watered. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy