If your plant has a tendency to produce flowers and they grow on it, then everything is fine with it. In some cases, it is problematic to achieve flowering, but with the right care, there will be no problems. If you still cannot “make” the plant bloom, then you need to resort to the following tips:
1. Too much fertilizer
Review the amount of top dressing you add to the soil; most likely the soil is oversaturated with nutrients. Reduce the dose and take more time.
2. Too little sunlight
Most likely, the plant lacks lighting. Place the pot in a lighter area, but not in direct sunlight.
3. Lack trimming procedure
If you are not pruning wilted flowers and leaves, then you need to do this soon. This will stimulate the growth of new buds and leaf blades.