Smaller fuchsia varieties bloom the first year if conditions are ideal. Some varieties grow to an 8 ft. shrub and may not bloom for several years. Unfortunately, there is no one answer to your question. Since blooming drains a lot of plant energy, it may be wise to pinch off most blooms until the plant is the size you want. Watch for spider mites, aphids, whiteflies and thrips.Fuchsia can be over-wintered in a dark, cool place. 40-50 F is perfect. Water the dormant plant several times so it doesn't completely dry out. Some suggest this watering can take place on Thanksgiving, New Year's Day and Valentine's Day.
Answered on December 2, 2018
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