In my container I have a really well growing cytisus. Thinking they were a bit more tough I may of got the watering a fraction wrong. I watered in the evening the previous day very well and the next day it was very hot and I did not water. I thought I could leave it till the following morning rather than water that hot evening. While there was no signs of wilt in looking closely the next morning it was enough of a mistake to get flower drop. I had done this once before earlier in the week so it seems to not like being watered exactly on time. In fact it is even more fussy than a biennial antirrhinum it seems for example. It was surprising since no other plant had any qualms with it in my containers at all leaving things over night instead of watering 24 hours later exactly the next day in each evening. It is not vine weevil, disease or pests so it is clearly very fussy "indeed" in a container with watering. This makes sense as it was getting a good size now 2ft x 2ft that it must of been watering flower sensitivity. However no wilt on close inspection but the slight water "lack" was enough to loose the flowers themselves just falling off. I am not an amateur at gardening so it is a surprise to me. However I wonder if I prune back just under the flowering shoot flowers I might get quick replacement shoots with a fast grower- maybe missing flowering "just" again though. I am not as experienced as I would like with Cytisus particularly dwarf ones in containers it seems. Any ideas ? Thanks.