Hibiscus Not Blooming After Deer Ate Buds

Deer ate only the buds on 2 hibiscus. I moved them to my back deck where I have another plant in full bloom that the deer did not eat. The 2 plants the deer ate have never bloomed again even though they are healthy and have grown new leaves. What can I do to get them to bloom again?

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August 21, 20160 found this helpful

All the hibiscus I've grown have just one 'series' of blooms per season. If deer ate all the buds for that series, the plant wont bloom any more until next year when it starts a new bloom series.

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