Endless Summer never started
I have two endless summers, forever and ever, and two oakleafs with no buds. They all look green and healthy. I know too much nitrogen is not the issue. The oakleafs were not touched and in a protected spot during the winter. The endless and forever were cut back several inches to the ground in late winter. We did have an 80 degree warm up in march that surprised everyone. Was it the warm up or since the big leaf were trimmed back so far, they will be late to bloom? Can I cut back each stem to the next leafs or cut some back completly to get new blooms? It is ever blooming, right? Thanks in advance.