Plant trailing fuchsias directly into baskets, window boxes, Flower Pouches™ and containers, in any well drained compost. Grow them on in warm, frost free conditions. Pinch out the growing tips of each plant while they are still small to promote bushier growth and more flowers. When all risk of frost has passed, gradually acclimatise fuchsia plants to outdoor conditions over a 7 to 10 day period, prior to placing them in their final positions in sun or semi shade.
Feed and water frequently throughout the summer to promote an endless supply of flowers. Deadhead faded fuchsia flowers to prolong the flowering period.
Seeds and garden supplies will normally be delivered within the time period stated against each product as detailed above. Plants, bulbs, corms, tubers, shrubs, trees, potatoes etc are delivered at the appropriate time for planting and will be stated on the product page or in your order acknowledgement page and email.
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By Lesley Deas 21-10-2014
These plants have been amazing all summer long and are still flowering now. The flowers are huge and very beautiful. I would really appreciate some advice on how to care for these beauties over the winter but I do not have a greenhouse. I mistakenly forgot to label the plants!!! Many thanks
Thank you for your review. I am so pleased to learn of your delight with your flowers and I hope we can continue to be service. I have arranged for some overwintering advice to be sent via email which I hope you will find helpful.
By Penny Clark 05-10-2014
I ordered Giant Fuschia collection just 5 postiplugs.
Made the mistake of not labelling them as I transplanted so got totally mixed up with the variety.
However they have been absolutely GORGEOUS both in hanging baskets and big pots.
However I have realised that they should have been grown in tall thin pots because the blooms are so huge they the ones on the lower stems sit on the soil even with gentle support. I would like some advice on how to manage them over winter? I have moved them into the greenhouse and intend to keep them frost free. But do I continue to water sparingly and should I prune them back? Be grateful for advice. I will continue to use T&M as apart from my own experience so far I have heard nothing but good reports from fellow Gardenersqnd Allotmenteers.
Thank you for your review. I hope we can continue to be of service. I have sent an email with some overwintering advice for your Fuchsias, I hope you find this information helpful.
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