Double blooms of soft pink and out there cerise purple, a stunning combination. Fuchsia ‘Bella Rosella’ boasts quite large blooms, growing up to 10cm.
A top choice for hanging baskets, this semi trailing fuchsia has plenty of flower power. Though in saying that it is quite strong and could be grown as a standard with minimum support.
These new varieties of Freesias are robust with good disease resistance. The blooms open earlier and last longer. They have more outward facing flowers and are well branched.
The flowers open freely for a long period over the lush green leaves. Fuchsia blooms are like pretty dancers, in fancy skirts that sway in the breeze.
Fuchsias grow best in semi shade to filtered light conditions, where they thrive in both pots and gardens.
In the garden, plant Fuchsias into humus rich, moist, well drained soil and be sure to shelter the plants from drying winds and frost. In pots, use a good quality potting mix and add some fertiliser. You will need to keep them moist during their active growth.
Fuchsias main flowering is in late spring and summer. It is a good idea to remove spent flowers and add a little fertiliser once this main flush has finished, encouraging a second round of flowers in autumn.
Fuchsia x hybrida
Spring to autumn
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Semi Shade to Filtered Light