Fuchsia Fanfare x 1 Shade Garden Plants Tall Growing White Pink Flowering Patio Balcony Fernery denticulata boliviana Fuschia Flowers
- Product Code: fuchsia-fanfare-shade-plants-1
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- 5 or more $6.45
1 plant of these pretty and large growing fuchsia plants. Large pretty pink and white flowers on these long flowering shrubs. Fuchsia denticulata boliviana. For the shadier spaces in your garden. Fuchsia Fanfare are great direct in your garden or as pot plants, hanging baskets, borders, patios, balconies etc.
1 Plant of
This taller growing fuchsia (2-4 metres tall) is characterised by prolific cascades of pink, white and wonderful tinges of Green flowers
Flowering late Spring, through Summer and well into Autumn.
Native to Boliva and Peru
PRESENTLY 12 to 18 CM TALL
Each plant will be in its own individual 70mm by 100mm pot and will have established roots and will be ready to plant straight into your garden or larger pots if you prefer.
They can also be pruned back quite hard.
Can be grown as hanging pots, low hedges/edges, bonsai mass plantings, borders etc.
You can grow them in pots, trim them to cascade or let them run to fill your garden with vibrant pockets of color.
Shade to semi shade.
They do not like full afternoon sun in the hot months of the year.
They will need to be protected from bad frosts.
Can hande light frost for short periods up to minus 4
I grow mine against the east side of my house so that the heat coming off the house helps dispel the frosts.
Will also grow indoors in a well lit position.
Often mispelled as Fuschia plants
Plant pick-up also available
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From Croydon Victoria
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Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania
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