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( Mieke Meursing Fuchsia )
|'Meike Meursing' has a bushy upright habit with freely branching stems, 12 to 24 inches long, covered with drooping, medium long, single or semi-double flowers, with red tubes and sepals and light pink corollas, appearing first in mid summer and continuing to frost. Frequently visited by hummingbirds. Oval leaves are in groups of 2 or 3, and are 1 inch long. This is a very graceful, hardy, but delicate looking plant. Mulch heavily where winters are cold. Prune back broken or dead branches in spring, especially on plants that were left outside in areas with mild winters. Mulch heavily where winters are cold. Prune back dead or broken branches in spring, especially on plants that were left outside in areas with mild winters. Cooler summer temperatures make Fuchsias a favorite for the Pacific Northwest.
Important Info : Does not tolerant drought, high humidity, and high summer heat.
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