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Fuchsia 'Sunray' | 3L Pot

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Gorgeous bell-shaped flowers.

Dangling in pairs, the bell-shaped flowers of fuchsias add a distinctive and bright flower to your garden. A beautiful variegated variety, 'Sunray' sports cream and green foliage with margins of pink. Its reddish-pink buds open to display a rich purple colour, and flower non-stop through June to October - it's a greatly showy plant to add to your bedding. As award-winning plants they make a perfect addition to any garden. Plant in a sunny position in soil with good drainage for best results.

  • Bell-shaped flowers
  • Colourful Flower Clusters
  • Hardy shrub
  • Award of Garden Merit
  • Attracts pollinators
  • 3L Pot
  • Deciduous
  • Mid summer to autumn
  • Up to 50cm X 60cm
  • Easy
  • Full sun or part shade
  • Moist but well-drained or Well-drained
About your plant - Using environmentally friendly techniques and peat free compost, this Nursery based in South East England offers a great range of products including RHS award winning plants and an excellent service. They offer rare and unusual varieties as well as old favourites for your garden. Packaging- These plants will arrive in plastic pots in a cardboard box.
Plant fuchsias in early summer, ideally in full sun, though it is happy in partial shade. Happy in most soils, just ensure it is not exposed to extremes where the ground is too wet or dry, and make sure the soil has good drainage. Fuchsias require little pruning, just remove any dead growth over winter to stimulate new growth, make sure not to prune any new growth that may be coming through the base of your shrub.
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Deciduous Or Evergreen Deciduous
Is Collection/Mix? No
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
Supplied As 2L-3L Pot
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