Posted: 06/01/2016 at 14:58
Liz don't get too enthusiastic just yet. Wait to see what comes up. By the way fuchsia's are best pruned in spring, after the frosts, which by the way are about to hit us. Reason, the old branches provide some protection to the plant, plus if you haven't identified whether or not it's hardy you may lose it.
ID what you have first then look for plants to either compliment what you have or rip it out and redesign it.
I'd spend the next few months reading as much as you can and finding out the pH of your soil, then decide suitable plants, and creating the right conditions for them. It's too easy to run away with it plant things then they don't thrive.
Welcome by the way, there are no silly questions here, just friendly advice all the way.