Hanging Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven' - Plant

Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven'
Hanging Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven'

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Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven' is an absolute beauty! This hanging fuchsia produces large double flowers with highly decorative, subtle markings! The flowers are approximately 10 cm across and will create a splash of colour from June through until the end of October when planted in the garden. Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven will also be very conspicuous in pots and planters on your patio or decking.
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£ 8.50
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Flowering Period

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Planting and flowering details
  • Planting
  • Choose a large flower pot or planter with holes in the base for fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven'. Cover the base with a layer of gravel or hydro pellets. This will allow the water to drain away properly. Use fresh potting compost to guarantee a rich flowering. Sprinkle the compost in the flower pot and place the root ball of the fuchsia at the correct depth. Fill with more potting compost, press down firmly and water the fuchsia generously immediately after planting. A spot in the sun, partial shade or shade is appreciated.
    Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven' in a flower pot
    To show off your beautiful 'Seventh Heaven' double flowers, choose a large pot or hanging basket. The double flowers can reach a diameter of no less than 10 cm! This hanging fuchsia complements other fuchsias, busy Lizzies (Impatiens) and foliage plants like ivy. Use a plastic inner pot in porous flower pots, the potting compost will dry out less quickly.
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  • Care
  • Fuchsias require a lot of water in the summer. Always keep the compost fairly moist. However, do not allow the roots to become water-logged. Protect the plants from very bright sunshine. For an extra rich bloom, we recommend adding plant food on a regular basis when watering. Regularly remove the dead flowers plus the seed ball and this will encourage your fuchsia to continue to flower all summer long.
    Keeping fuchsias over the winter
    Fuchsia 'Seventh Heaven' is not frost resistant, however, it is easy to keep it through the winter. In October (before the first night frost), place the pot in a cool room (5-10 °C). This can be a dark location, as the fuchsia loses its leaves in winter. Prune back stems by half and remove all the leaves. Make sure the root ball in the pot does not completely dry out during winter. You can also keep the fuchsia through the winter by storing it in a pit. For this, dig a 60 cm deep pit in the garden and place peat dust on the bottom. Place the pot in the pit and scatter peat dust on top of it. Cover the pit with a layer of plastic so the pot will not get too wet. In April you should place the plant in a slightly bigger pot (use fresh potting compost) in a warm spot and water regularly. From mid-May the fuchsia can be moved outdoors onto the patio or in the garden.
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  • Specifics
  • The fuchsia is one of the most popular patio plants. It is one of the few richly flowering potted plants that also produce many flowers in partial shade. This shrub originates from the humid mountain forests around the equator and has been named after the well-known botanist Leonhart Fuchs. The large-flowered fuchsia types that we know from our gardens, are all cultivated varieties. There are more than 8000 fuchsia strains: with single, semi-double or double flowers. The sepals of the fuchsia always have a beautiful colour, usually in a different hue than the petals.
    Fuchsia is classified under Onagraceae along with Evening Primrose (Oenothera).
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Fuchsia  'Seventh Heaven'
    Delivery type Supplied as container plant
    Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
    Color White, Pink
    Light preference full sun ,  partial sun ,  full shade
    Scented not scented
    Flowers for cutting no
    Flowering period June - October
    Growing height25 - 30 cm
    Planting distance20 - 25 cm
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