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How do I plant fuchsias?
Similarly, you may ask, when can I plant a fuchsia?
For best results plant hardy fuchsias in early summer. You can also plant later in summer, but you'll need to water more in dry weather to help the fuchsias establish. Although they are hardy, planting from autumn to spring makes them vulnerable to cold damage and they may not survive their first season so easily.
do fuchsias grow well in pots? Potting a Fuchsia Or, if you're combining smaller plants into one container, two or three specimen plants from 4-inch pots can live comfortably in a 10- or 12-inch pot. Susceptible to root rot, fuchsias require a fast-draining potting soil and very good drainage, so don't plant one in a pot without holes.
Likewise, people ask, do fuchsias like sun or shade?
Fuchsias will grow perfectly well in either full sun or partial shade, with shelter from cold winds. They will appreciate some shade at the hottest part of the day during very hot summer days. To flower profusely, they need a fertile, moist but well-drained soil.
Are fuchsias easy to grow?
Fuchsias, with their fairy-like blooms hanging from rich, green foliage have long been a popular staple in the British summer garden. They are easy to grow and maintain, plus they provide brightly coloured summer to autumn displays in hanging baskets, containers or patio pots.