Posted: 14/05/2013 at 14:54
I'm a frequent visitor to the forums but an infrequent contributor as I don't often have anything to add to posts by the very knowledgeable folk on here. In this case, though, I can say that, yes, it is possible - I did it a few years ago but I must admit I did it in error, thinking I'd used a non-trailing fuchsia. It did look pretty for the first couple of years, although a bit wild as of course it wanted to trail rather than bush out. I ended up feeling rather sorry for it and let it go. If you were to use a non-trailing variety I think the results would be better but good luck, whatever you decide.