Questions, questions, questions
"Colorful bell-shaped flowers on pendulous branches. Wonderful in pots and hanging baskets. Hummingbirds love it" . . . so says the tag. It also says Fuchsia x hybrida. The flowers are a beautiful "hot" pink with purple.
My questions are: in Zone 8, can I plant this outside, if so can it stand all-day sun? If I have to keep in in the pot, may I hang it on the porch (south side of house) in sun? How easy is it to root, and how? I've had one of these before and killed it dead as a doornail. (Had it in a pot on front porch in shade) Don't want this one to suffer the same fate. DH brought me this one the other day; said he just liked it and knew I would. He's right again! I just need all the information you can give me to keep this beautiful plant alive. The leaves and vines, by the way, look similar (to me) to our southern wild honeysuckle vines and leaves. Thank you for your help.