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Give it time,they will come. I have grown fuchias for many years and never known a healthy plant not to flower.I suspect the weather has delayed the flowering.At the moment many of mine are showing no buds but they will flower.
This year seems to be really bad I have killed more than any year I can remember.
As the title suggests they should be castrated
Thanks punkdoc,just googled it and you are right,commonly known as Corn or Field Marigold.Thanks everyone else for your input.
Sorry I didnt mention that I save the seeds each year and grow it as an annual,are Anthemis and Coreopsis perrenials.
I have grown this flower for a few years but have never known the name of Iit. It has a yellow daisy like flower.
Just recieved a letter from them saying that due to demand they have run ot of the plants I ordered , as I ordered them 2 months ago its seems first come first served doesnt apply.
Dont know the variety
Was planted with ericaceous compost
Not sure about the neighbours
Buds are pointed but dont fall off just dont flower.
I have a rhodedendron in my garden ,it has been there for 3 years although there are plenty of buds it never flowers. Where am I going wrong?