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Fuchsia ‘Hardy Delta Sarah’

£18.00

£18.00
Great for wildlife
June - October
100cm x 100cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy
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On the nursery we love Fuchsia ‘Hardy Delta Sarah’ for its striking purple and white blooms and reliable hardiness. This variety is perfect for adding colour to those shaded areas of the garden and it thrives in borders, containers, and hanging baskets. Flowering from Summer until Autumn, it provides a long-lasting focal point. Its resilience and vibrant flowers make it a standout choice for a wide range of garden designs.

 

 

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Description

The Fuchsia 'Hardy Delta Sarah' is a strong growing, upright, deciduous shrub with attractive, medium sized double flowers. An exquisite shrub that brings an air of elegance and grace to any garden or landscape. Its cascading branches are adorned with pendulous flowers in shades of purple and pink, creating a mesmerising display of colour. The blooms of the Fuchsia 'Hardy Delta Sarah' are unique, with a delicate and intricate design that adds a touch of sophistication to its overall appearance. This shrub is known for its hardiness, able to withstand colder temperatures and thrive in various soil conditions. Its compact and bushy growth habit makes it an excellent choice for containers, hanging baskets, or as a border plant. The Fuchsia Hardy Delta Sarah' is a true gem, adding beauty and charm to outdoor spaces with its stunning blooms and resilient nature.    

Planting Conditions

This perennial is a full sun or partial shade lover.

Watering & Feeding

During the first year, water regularly during dry periods and decrease that to every other week once the plant is established.

General Care

In early to mid spring cut back the previous year's flowering stems, and remove anything that looks thin or weak as this promotes fresh strong growth.