Fuchsia Plants


Anonymous added on January 8, 2018 | Answered

We have a huge Fuchsia planted right next to the house and want to move it away. When is the best time of year to take a cutting? Have already purchased Plant Cutting Powder and notice on directions that different plants should be cut at different times of the year but doesn't mention Fuchsia.

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Answered on January 9, 2018

You can make a cutting from the soft, new growth of your Fuchsia plant anytime during spring or summer, or you can make a cutting from the older, woody stems in the fall. The former is probably easier to root.

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