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Giant Trailing Fuchsias Bicentennial


Giant Trailing Fuchsias Bicentennial

Flushed with the 1st time getting a Fuchsias through the winter, got more Fuchsias for the garden. Might even try taking some cuttings if I feel brave lol ?



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Go for it Jen - they root easily in water at this time of year.
Just pinch out any flower buds that may appear so they don't waste energy on them.Cut just below a pair of leaves and remove the lower of the remaining leaves.

8 Jun, 2018

 

I will give it a go. How would I get them through the winter. My greenhouse isn't heated, so put them in the conservatory?

8 Jun, 2018

 

That's super! Go on, take some cuttings.

8 Jun, 2018

 

Lol. I'm going to try Waddy. The one that I got through the winter was a hardy one so a bit worried about getting the cuttings through winter. Oh how's your pigeon problem going?

9 Jun, 2018

 

You could overwinter the cuttings in the house Jen - an unheated bedroom or boxroom would be fine, or you could keep them growing in a warmer room as long as they get enough light.

9 Jun, 2018

 

Still here, Grrr! but at least they can't get to flatten the plants as much as they did.

10 Jun, 2018

 

Gorgeous colour.

11 Jun, 2018

 

Thank you Stera. Will give it a try.

Thank you Dawn. I wanted to try something different in my pots this year. ?

14 Jun, 2018

 

You cant beat adding a few Fuchsia 's to your pots Jen.

14 Jun, 2018

 

Lol. So true Dawn ?

14 Jun, 2018

 

14 Jun, 2018



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