Fuchsia Plants

Fuchsia Condor Not Thriving

Anonymous added on May 25, 2011 | Answered

I have about 5 of these plants that have been recently taken from their shipping pots and transplanted into a well-draining, 15-in. hanging basket in mostly shade. The basket remains damp. It was transplanted appoximately two weeks ago. All the plants, with the exception of one, look healthy with several almost blooming buds. The one exception is a plant that remains limp. I don't know if I'm just impatient or if I need something else.

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Answered on May 26, 2011

I would check the roots around the unhealthy one. It may have an air pocket that is hurting the roots, which is affecting the rest of the plant.

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