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Madame Cornelissen

Posted by Ologila z7 Ms. (My Page) on
Thu, May 27, 04 at 21:17

Earlier this year I bought a bareroot Madame Cornelissen fuchsia from a mail order company, the information included in the magazine that I ordered from says that this fuchsia will grow to about 72 inches tall and wide so I planted it in the perfect location, however I have found other information on the web since then that says it will only grow to 24 inches tall and wide, if this is so, the place I planted it is not so perfect after all. Can anyone out there tell me which is correct? Thanks for any info.
Ologila


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RE: Madame Cornelissen

Hi Ologila,
Here in my garden in the UK it grows to approx. 30 inches high, I've never heard of it growing to 72 inches high - Kath:)


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RE: Madame Cornelissen

Perhaps someone has mixed up inches and centimetres, 72cms approximates to 30 inches. Conversion factor 1 inch equals 2,54 centimetres.


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RE: Madame Cornelissen

Don't you just hate those foreign centimetres? What's wrong with good old feet and inches?
I voted to keep the 6d (a British joke), now how stupid was that?
IanS


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