Fuchsia Plants

Fuchsia Plant

sinderose added on June 19, 2017 | Answered

After the blooms fall off there is a looks like a seed on the plant. Do I just leave it there or should I cut it off? Thank You Linda Pires

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Answered on June 20, 2017

Go ahead and remove the seed pods,unless you are planning on saving the seeds for later. By deadheading the flowers once spent and any seed pods, you will encourage your fuchsia to continue to bloom. A plant's objective is survival of the species. Seeds serve this purpose. Energy spent developing seeds can be better spent creating new flowers for your enjoyment.

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