- One of the most amazing, unique and cutest plant
- The flowers look like a doll with its frauk and legs dancing
- Comes in beautiful purple and pink color combination
- Plants are always flowering and blooming
- Healthy and well-established plants
- All season plant
- Need regular watering
- Easy to care for and grow
- Can be used in hanging baskets also
- Leaves are lush green and have a reddish tone
Shipping details- The product will be shipped with a nicely packed poly bag having some media-either cocopeat or soil
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Beautiful, delicate fuchsias come in thousands of varieties and colors, with multi-colored blossoms that hang and droop beautifully from baskets, planters, and pots. Often trellised in the garden, fuchsia plants can be bushy or vining and trailing. Wild fuchsias, native to Central and South America, grow profusely in the Andes where temperatures are cool, and the air is moist. Fuchsias were named after a 16th-century German botanist – Leonard Fuchs. They don’t require constant maintenance but do plan on paying attention to them. Read on for more fuchsia growing tips. Fuchsia Growing Tips If you live in zones 6 or 7 and are growing fuchsia in your garden, you’ve probably chosen a “hardy” variety.
Good fuchsia plant care entails planting them in soil with a pH level of 6 to 7. However, they’re fairly adaptable in many kinds of soil, so long as it drains well and quickly. Fuchsia roots don’t like to sit in water. Fuchsias love lots of filtered light but are particularly intolerant of heat. Making sure your fuchsia baskets or planters have plenty of dappled shade and daytime temperatures well below 80 degrees F. (27 C.) will encourage a healthy bloom. Fuchsias also prefer cooler nighttime temperatures. If you’re expecting a period of hot summer weather, it’s good to have a backup plan for sheltering your fuchsia plants to support their blooming activity through the summer. If you’re growing fuchsias indoors, a window with bright, indirect sunlight works best. However, they do like humidity and will languish if the air is too dry, whether indoors or out. Fuchsia blossoms are a wonderful treat for pollinators, so expect plenty of bees and hummers if you’re growing them outside.