JohnnyF(uk)June 19, 2005


Can any body help ,I purchased an established Fushia with

an abundance of large blooms , sadly it has now been reduced to an abundance of smaller blooms is this due to deadheading, or is it possible to take measures to cut back some of the shoots, to have quality rather than quantity.

(any help gratefully accepted)

Thanking you JohnnyF

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fuchsiabonsailady(z8 UK)

Hi Johnny,
Do you happen to know the name of the fuchsia? Is it an upright or a trailer? Is it growing in the garden or in a pot? If in a pot, where is it placed ie in respect of sun/shade? How long have you had it? Have you been feeding it? - Kath:)

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