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Fuchsia Hardy Garden News

£15.00

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Great for wildlife
May - September
60cm x 90cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy

The Fuchsia Hardy Garden News is a delightful shrub that brings a burst of colour and charm to any garden or landscape. Its cascading branches are adorned with an abundance of dainty, bell-shaped flowers in hues of pink and purple, creating a captivating and cheerful display. The blossoms of the Fuchsia Hardy Garden News are known for their intricate patterns and delicate petals, adding an element of beauty and grace to its overall appearance.

This hardy shrub is well-suited for various growing conditions and can withstand colder temperatures, making it a reliable choice for gardeners. Its compact growth habit and bushy foliage make it an excellent option for containers, borders, or as a vibrant ground cover. With its vibrant blooms and resilient nature, the Fuchsia Hardy Garden News is a wonderful addition that brings joy and vitality to any outdoor space.

 

 

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RHS Plants For Pollinators
RHS Garden Merit Award
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Description

Fuchsias are popular ornamental plants known for their elegant, pendulous flowers and attractive foliage. They belong to the family Onagraceae and are native to Central and South America. Fuchsias are favored by gardeners for their ability to add colour and beauty to hanging baskets, containers, and garden beds.

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.