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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      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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              First fuschia for me, bought some plugs earlier this year, hawkshead, Sarah delta and blue angel, these are the blue angel20190721_172502.jpg
               
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                Two of our fuchsias (bedding out types) have suddenly and I mean sudden, like over three days, dropped all their leaves. No sign of insect pests and no rust on the fallen leaves. No withering or anything, just the leaves fell off. Any ideas?
                 
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                It could be uneven watering, if the soil had dried out and you heavily watered them that can cause leaf drop,they should recover.
                 
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                Could it be fuschia gall mite Palustris?
                It has been decimating fuschias nationwide over the past couple of years :sad:
                 
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                One of the Fuchsias was in a tub, the other out in the garden. The one in the garden was not watered at all.
                There are none of the symptoms of Gall mite, no distortion of leaves or anything, they just drop off, still dark green and healthy looking.
                 
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