have many varieties of hebes in my garden. They have been planted
for between 3 and 4 years. The problem is they will not flower.
I have cut them back but still nothing. I get the odd flower from
some but that is very rare.
are extremely hardy plants that do not require a lot of special
attention. Stop trimming your hebes as it is likely you are removing
the flowering stems before they get a chance to flower.
There are many different
hebes; some are spring and summer flowering, others autumn and winter
flowering. If you know what variety you have planted, you will be
able to find out when they flower.
Trim plants after flowering
to encourage new growth and flowering. Mulch around plants in spring
to help keep the roots cool and moist.