Posted: 10/10/2014 at 23:04
I grow lots of fuchsias, do about 100 cuttings now, used to do more.
As yours has grown to 7ft in the garden its obviously a hardy, wait till you see new shoots on it in the Spring then chop the whole lot down to the ground, it will make more shoots from the ground still grow to 7ft tall but have many more flowers, cover the ground around it with a big pile of coost, leaves or anything you have. They are toughies, ours are donkeys years old, in spite of Dartmoor winds and rain.
Follow the same method for any you everwinter in the greenhouse, they all respond the same.
Is it like this one, or has it got the tiny flowers?