Question: What should I do if my vegetable plant is not flowering or producing fruits?
Answer: There could be multiple reasons your vegetable plant is not flowering. It is always important to make sure your plant is receiving the appropriate amount of sunlight required to grow, along with being watered and fertilized on an appropriate schedule. There are, also, a few vegetable varieties, like tomatoes, that stop flowering when temperatures become extremely high. Luckily, once the weather begins to cool down they will begin flowering, again. For more complex questions and situations, please contact us via our Help Desk.