Plant Age: Some plants donât bloom until theyâre mature enough, and many wonât bloom â¦ A heat loving plant that will be covered with blooms from spring to fall. In fact, it can oftentimes take up to two or three years for some plants to mature, and others may take even longer to bloom. Check the mulch around your outdoor plantings: Add more if the wind has displaced it. I bought it a quarter-century ago to combine with other low-water plants in a small, stone container I called "A Desert in a Dish." Its mature size is 6â8 inches, which makes it large for an evolvulus. Evolvulus 'Blue My Mind' Blue My Mind is a fun variety that shows off larger flowers than old-fashioned varieties. âBlue My Mindâ and other varieties of evolvulus do not like to sit in wet soggy conditions, so good drainage is an absolute. This award-winner is extremely heat tolerant and does not require deadheading. Historically, late-season pruning was a very common cause of a lack of flowers for shrubs and trees. Most often, however, too little sun is the culprit. For example, if your garden is full of spring-flowering plants, it will only be colorful in the spring. Season: Most plants bloom during a particular season that can last days, weeks, or even months. What to do: Plant a variety of plants in your yard for year-round color. Here are the most common reasons for non-flowering in plants: Age â In many cases, a plant is simply too young to bloom. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Evolvulus, Dwarf Morning Glory (Evolvulus ) 'Blue My Mind' supplied by member gardeners in the PlantFiles database at Dave's Garden. It grows 12 inches tall and 24 inches wide. Blue My Mind from Proven Winners has true blue flowers and fuzzy, silvery-green foliage. Asexual propagation prohibited. Blue My Mind Morning Glory is an herbaceous perennial with a ground-hugging habit of growth. My crown of thorns plant started out about the size of the little plant above. I eventually transferred it to its own pot. Mounding/trailing habit will make an excellent addition to containers or as a ground cover. âBlue My Mindâ, however, is the first variety weâve seen that buyers will actually wantâit denotes a significant improvement to the genus. It is perfect in landscapes and in containers. Delicate, petite, true blue flowers cover the silvery-green foliage of Blue My Mindâ¢. tip of the day. A Proven Winners hybrid, âBlue My Mindâ loves the sun, blooming around late spring and throughout the summer. Its medium texture blends into the garden, but can always be balanced by a couple of finer or coarser plants for an effective composition.This is a relatively low maintenance plant, and is best cleaned up in early spring before it resumes active â¦ Not too many plants are this maintenance-free. Common Reasons Why a Plant Does Not Bloom. Lilacs, forsythia, and some hydrangeas can set their buds a year in advance. Mulch is important to help keep the ground temperature cold. That six-inch wonder bloomed from day one. Some plants (firespike, barlaria, hostas) may not bloom in full sun. Hero Images / Getty Images. There are numerous reasons why plants may not flower. However, this is becoming less of an issue as new plants are developed that can bloom â¦ Pruning plants late in the season can remove all the buds for next year's flowers. Blue My Mind performs best in full sun and needs to be protected from even light frost.