On 21 May 2005 19:26:17 -0700, email@example.com opined:
Take a stick and start hitting the trunk. It will think it's being killed and
may bloom next spring. Stress also helps them bloom. Stop giving it nitrogen,
even if it becomes chlorotic or suffers low N signs. Get it blooming once and
then address yellowing foliage with green veins.
Hate to tell you this but the one my neighbor planted about 30 years
ago bloomed last spring for the first time with only one bloom. This
year it bloomed normally. He never got to see it bloom before he died.
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