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Posted: 08/10/2013 at 12:56


Thank you nodisab, MsBeehaven and jean bewick  for your replies.

 I now have to decide what route to take and which has the best chance of success.

 I will try to remember to report back my success or failure.


Best wishess 



Posted: 07/10/2013 at 18:13


I planted a few fuschia this summer that are not hardy.  However I would like to see if I can keep them for next year. So I have left them in their planters put them in a indoor stairwell that is fairly light gets whatever sun that is around and is not too cold.  What would you suggest I do - should I cut them back and do you have any further suggestions that may be helpful?

Thanks very much Rose Gardner


Posted: 03/08/2013 at 09:59

Daniel Haynes

I purchased this year several fusias eg Quasar, Bella Rosella, Bicentenial, Seventh Heaven and Voodoo and have had lovely flowers from all.  I would like to over-winter them with the geraniums that I have managed to save and achieved very good cutting . 

I know it is early, but I want to plan the space I will need as I will have to place them in an indoor non heated stairwell that has a good amount of light and although not heated stays failrly warm.  Also will my herbs keep too.  I have parsley both type curly and flat leaf, chives & basil. 


Your advice will be very much appreciated.


Posted: 03/08/2013 at 09:51
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