Hydrangea has never bloomed
Each summer my husband and I visit the beautiful Lake Junaluska in North Carolina where they have PeeGee hydrangeas planted all around the lake. They are stunning in their beauty in August. Seven years ago in nearby Maggie Valley down the road from Lake Junaluska at a reputable nursery I purchased one that they claimed was the same hydrangea. It is now six feet tall, has the graceful, flowing limbs, but has never bloomed. The leaves are the same, but much smaller, than the Pee Gee at Lake Junaluska. It is planted on the southwest corner of my house and gets about five or six hours of sun a day. I fertilize and water it as needed. I have several other varieties of hydrangeas that bloom beautifully. The PeeGee has never had a flower bud. Why do you suppose the Pee Gee won't bloom?