Fuchsias with their pendulous flowers provide gardeners with endless blooms across the summer, often in eye-watering cerise pinks and potent purple fuchsia flowers. They have been hybridised widely over the years and there is a wealth of choice available for borders, pots or hanging baskets.
How to plant fuchsias?
When planting your hardy fuchsias in the ground, the base of the stem should be 5cm (2 inches) below the soil surface. This will help to protect the crown of the plant during cold winter weather. Fuchsias are wonderfully versatile and will happily grow in sun or partial shade in any fertile, moist, well-drained soil.