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…to thrive even in milder winter months. Additionally, Fuchsia flowers can be used in the kitchen as an interesting salad garnish, while the berries can be made into delicious jam. Height: 30cm (12). Spread: 45cm (18). Within our 50 and 100 pack collections you will receive a… More InfoBuy Now
…the berries of Fuchsias are edible, although not particularly tasty. Fuchsia 'Fuchsiaberry' changes all that having been specially bred for its flavoursome, large, sweet berries that are crammed with nutrients and vitamin C. The juicy dark fruits are borne in… More InfoOut of Stock
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Chempak Fuchsia Food is a special blend of nutrients for feeding your fuchsia plants. An almost balanced formulation with a slightly higher potash content, high magnesium and trace elements for strong colour and healthy dark foliage. Fully soluble, the formula will start to work instantly.… More InfoOut of Stock
…but also tasty edible fruit! The impressive clusters of small pink flowers in summer are later followed by dark coloured fruit in autumn. The berries of Fuchsia arborescens 'BluTini' are sweet and resemble blueberries, hence their name. This half-hardy evergreen shrub will… More InfoOut of Stock
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