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If they are small, leave them in their pots, planting out small plants in late summer is rarely a good idea. Do you know that they are hardy Fuschias, many are not, and will need protection every winter.
As Nut says, if moved recently, remove about one third of growth, this will mean roots don't need to work so hard. It should be fine next year.
I am fairly certain that this is not true, seeing as at the end of the season, most of us compost our tomato plants, with no adverse effects.
Whats going on, I am confused, not unusual I know, but I would like to know.
Is that what your calling yourself now......Lyn. I am sure that was not your name the last time we met!
I don't use FBB on acid lovers, instead once a month I water with an ericaceous feed, from March to September.
OL, I am not graceful, certainly temperamental, like the warmth, but not too much, am very demanding, and certainly liked to be cared for!
I am with you Yviesstevie, don't miss the job, love the time I have now, but I do miss the money, and the company. Its amazing how quickly my friends forgot me.
Sieving all the soil on an allotment, to a depth of say 1 foot, would be a massive job, I wouldn't do it, but I am very lazy!
As Buddyboy says it is probably normal, but also are you feeding it, is the pot now too small, and, does the compost need replacing?