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In Praise Of Fuchs

Advantages: Easy growing and wonderful to look at.
Disadvantages: Rust and vine weevil.

Hello my green-fingered friends. I'm here to do a bit of a Charlie Dimcock, or whatever she's called. Yes, I've got the right credentials. Well a couple of them at least - as you can no doubt tell from the slight nip in the air this evening. Mind you ...

Sexy-Kay 13.05.2003 · Read full review
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About Fuchsia

Advantages: pretty
Disadvantages: none

...was in the garden centre a couple of days ago and saw their fuchsia .It brought back memories of how my mum loved them. *The fuchsia is a native of Mexico, the West Indies and New Zealand . In the late 17th century the first Fuchsias were found and ...

mumsymary 06.07.2009 · Read full review
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Hardy Fuchsia

Advantages: brightens up the garden
Disadvantages: attracts bee's

...Hardy fuchsia There is something particularly exquisite about the fuchsia, to me it is a sign of the summer. It is a spectacular plant which adds colour and attracts the bee's and butterflies into the garden. There are lots of varieties of fuchsia to ...

Sunnysmiles 30.04.2006 · Read full review
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Choose a 'Magellanica' for an easy life

Advantages: long flowering season
Disadvantages: may die down in winter (but will come back)

A fuchsia can be a wonderfully easy plant to grow, or one requiring a lot of skill and knowledge. It depends on the type you choose. If you're a fuchsia hobbyist who can wax lyrical about the numbers of petals and sepals, pollinates flowers with a cam ...

queen_rain 08.12.2004 · Read full review
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How to have a hardy beauty

Advantages: very tough
Disadvantages: might take over garden

I have just discovered a very hardy variety of Fuschias that still has one just about the most beautiful flowers around. I just love the way the flowers on Fuschias drip and droop. Many gardeners love them so much that they grow nothing else. However, ...

Conicview 19.07.2001 · Read full review
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