Why Won't my Hydrangeas Flower?

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Some hydrangeas will not flower due to being pruned too much or too little or through lack of sunlight. Some species will react poorly if the weather is bad. It all depends on the species. You can find more information at www. usna. usda. gov/Gardens/faqs/hydrangeafaq2. html#Why-not-bloom
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