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Gardeners need patience give them time and they will soon start growing.
I do not think they are edible I would not fancy eating them anyway
It is easier to grow fuchsias from cuttings if they are not hardy varieties cut branches back by 2 thirds and protect from frosts in winter, if hardy varieties cut back in spring aand take cuttings when new growth is big enough
you can leave till the wnd of March then start them off in trays or pots, or you could leave them in a trays on a window sill, not near a radiator or where the spring sunshine may burn the tender shoots keep the compost slightly most until leaves appear .