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Hardy Fuchsias in the Garden

By midnight21
May 5, 2014

Hardy fuchsias should be planted in the garden during June, if possible, so that they can get a good root system before the cold weather. If they are not planted until July, they should be growing in at least 5-inch pots before they are planted out.

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Jun 26, 2014 7:03 PM CST

What Zones do Hardy Fuchsias grow best?

Name: John
St.Osyth Nr Clacton on Sea. E
Region: United Kingdom Hybridizer Garden Ideas: Master Level Ferns Butterflies Salvias
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Jun 27, 2014 3:26 AM CST
Hi Grannyliz I tip my hat to you.

I'm not sure about zones, as we don't have them over here. Because compared to you we are tiny. We only have hot and cold. Hilarious! Now to be serious. You can grow hardy fuchsias really in most places if you obey a few simple rules They like a semi shaded area. They will take some sunny, hot conditions as long as sometime in the day they get some shade. The ideal place is a shady moist piece of ground, under some trees or tall shrubs. As usually fuchsias are not too expensive, I would advise you experiment, and if you get them through the first year, then you will have them for years to come. Good luck and enjoy.

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