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Fuschia (Fuschia)

 Fuschia (Fuschia) - (Tree Type (Outdoors))

  
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FUSCHIA (FUSCHIA) -

Shrub originating from South and Central America now grown widely as garden and greenhouse plant for their colourful FLOWERS. Only small leaved varieties such as macrophylla are suitable for BONSAI>BONSAI.

STYLE : best suited to small/very small size specimens in informal upright, cascade, semi-cascade, slanting and root-over-rock styles.

WARNING : Branches can be brittle and snap easily.


Care Info

FUSCHIA (FUSCHIA) -

REPOT : Annually in spring.

SOIL : Free draining soil : 40:60 GRIT:organic.

PRUNE : Late winter/early spring. Cut all SHOOTS back hard.

PINCH : Trim back shoots to for or five leaf pairs in summer and then pinch to SHAPE after flowering.

WATER : Frequently when gowing, less when DORMANT.

FEED : BALANCED FEED in spring, low nitrogen in summer and nitrogen free in autumn.

WARNING : Branches can be brittle and snap easily.





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