Fuchsia Plants


Anonymous added on November 22, 2010 | Answered

Our established three-year-old, hardy Fuchsias have somewhat this year been disappointing. Some have not developed late foliage growth and when they did so, had some brown leaves. Others have developed foliage growth but no blossoms until late autumn. Some of which still have some beautiful blooms on, especially with the mild weather at present. Is there anything I should be doing to prevent this from happening another year?

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Answered on November 22, 2010

Do you prune them? These plants bloom best when pruned yearly. You can prune them back by a third to a half in late winter or early spring.

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