FUCHSIAS 2019

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  1. Marley Farley

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    OLD THREAD. HERE
     
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      LAST POST FROM OLD THREAD..


       
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      Spruce Glad to be back .....

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      To start the thread off, couple of photos from last year ....

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        makes a good hedge and loved by the bees


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          Will the fuschias in my hanging baskets come back next year?

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            depends how frost hardy they are plus check for vine weevil now. If they show green shoots you will need to dig them up & replant them in fresh compost , I think they run out of vigour 2nd year growing in pots and hanging baskets and you are best taking cuttings and starting afresh ...

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