Hydrangea Not Blooming

My hydrangea is growing larger and larger, but has no buds. Is there something I need to add to the soil or just be more patient? I have a second kind, but it has small clusters of little flowers and they are starting to bloom so they are OK. Thanks for any help you can give.

By Jackie

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June 15, 20110 found this helpful

Hydrangeas need a certain ph level. Though I know this effects the color of the blooms not sure if it will keep blooms from blooming. Check local nurseries if you don't find a good anwser here.

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June 21, 20111 found this helpful

My neighbor puts used coffee grounds (free at Starbucks!) around the base of her hydrangea plants. They have the largest, most beautiful blooms I've ever seen!

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