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( Amapola Fuchsia )
|Semi-double rose corolla, sepals are deep pink. Blooms in early summer to early August. The fuchsia has oval, green leaves and produce fruits that are edible but not appetizing. They prefer partial shade and should never dry out. Cooler summer temperatures make them a favorite for the Pacific Northwest. When planting, start from transplants in mid-spring. Soil should have excellent water holding and drainage capability. 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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