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Fuchsia Hardy Genii

£15.00

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

The Fuchsia Hardy Genii is a captivating shrub that adds a touch of warmth and brilliance to any garden or landscape. Its arching branches are adorned with clusters of pendulous flowers in vibrant shades of orange and yellow, creating a striking visual display. The blossoms of the Fuchsia Hardy Genii are complemented by its unique foliage, which showcases a blend of golden yellow and lime green hues.

This shrub’s foliage offers year-round interest, as the colors intensify in the summer and transition to a rich red in the fall. With its hardiness and ability to tolerate colder temperatures, the Fuchsia Hardy Genii thrives in various soil conditions. Whether planted as a focal point or used as a colorful backdrop, this shrub’s radiant blooms and vibrant foliage make it a standout choice for those seeking a burst of sunny cheer in their outdoor space.

Additional information

Plant Type
Flowering Period
Flower Colour
Fully Grown Size
Foliage
Garden Position
Light Level
Hardiness
Special Features
RHS Plants For Pollinators
RHS Garden Merit Award
Pot Size

Description

An upright, medium sized, deciduous shrub with handsome, small golden leaves. Blooming from early summer until the first frost, the single, small to medium flower features narrow, elegantly up-curved cerise sepals, a slender cerise tube and reddish-purple petals. The luminous foliage and lovely pendant blossoms make this flowering shrub sparkle and stand out in any garden.

Planting Conditions

This plant is a full sun or partial shade lover.

Watering & Feeding

During the first year water regularly during dry periods, decreasing to every other week once established.

General Care

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