Can my Genii Fuschia be rescued?
I planted a Genii Fuschia in a relatively shaded border in my garden last summer. It took to the garden very well and produced some beautiful flowers.
It was labelled as frost hardy when i bought it but unfortunately it seems to have completely died over the winter. It now resembled a twig stuck in the ground!! There appears to be some tiny new green growth at the base of the stem, just above the roots, but it really is tiny!
Should i have cut it back in the autumn/winter?
Is there anything i can do to rescue it, or is it a lost cause?
Any advice would be much appreciated.
On plant Genii Hardy Fuschia
- 16 Apr, 2009