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Fuchsia plants come in all shapes, sizes and colours. Our extensive range of quality fuchsia plants includes dwarf, giant, long-flowered, climbing and trailing varieties and more. The array of colours is astonishing - single, bicolours, even marbled! Watch our video on how to pinch out plant tips for bushier plants with more flowers.
Fuchsia 'Pink Fizz'
The next generation of climbing fuchsias has arrived! Fuchsia 'Pink Fizz' offers a huge improvement over the climbing favourite 'Lady Boothby'. Showy and free flowering, the dangling pink blooms are produced along the entire length of the stem and not just on the tips. The vigorous upright stems can extend by up to 1.5m (5ft) in a single season, making it perfect for covering walls, fences, arches and obelisks. Tolerating temperatures down to -10°C (14F), this hardy fuchsia is tough enough to be permanently planted in a border getting bigger and better each year. Height: 1.5m (5'). Spread: 90cm (36").
Culinary note: Add the beautiful coloured flowers to salads, crystallise them for a sweet garnish or add them to jellies for an extra splash of colour. For more details about edible flowers click here.
'Pink Fizz' Complete Tower Pot Collection
Includes 5 Postiplug plants, 25 litres of incredicompost™ ,100g of incredibloom® and 1 Tower Pot™ pack.
Fuchsia 'Lady Boothby' (Hardy)
Fuchsia 'Lady Boothby' was bred from an original Brazilian species in 1939 and named after the founder of the British Fuchsia Society. Bright two-tone flowers adorn its red stems that stop at nothing when it comes to climbing! Provide a little support and it'll clothe trellis, arches, walls and fences in no time at all. Extremely vigorous and hardy so you can look forward to repeat performances from climbing Fuchsia 'Lady Boothby' year after year. Height: 3m (10'). Spread: 90cm (36").
Culinary note: Add the beautiful coloured flowers to salads, crystallise them for a sweet garnish or add them to jellies for an extra splash of colour. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
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