Fuchsia Flower. All you need to know about fuchsias
Click above for details on the Society,their 30th Annual Fuchsia Show and thefull programme for 2018
Welcome to Fuchsia Flower. The starting place for the newcomer to fuchsias. In the Fuchsia Cultivation menu you will find all you need to make the best of your fuchsias with plain, simple advice along with plenty of photos, Please feel free to send any queries on your fuchsia growing, these will be added to the Question & Answers page for other growers to benefit from.Please take a couple of minutes to click on the button on the bottom right and send me your Feedback/Queries/Messages. Thank you.(If you cannot see the button then please allow Blocked Content in your browser).
Here in the U.K. we are still in the midst of winter although we had a long spell of dark rainy days in December. Any plants in storage should be checked over to make sure any dead leaves are removed and they have not dried out.If anyone is still not sure what to do then please make use of the contact form,Gall Mite still remains a problem particularly in southern parts of the country so keep and eye out for this and take the appropiat action as described in http://www.fuchsiaflower.co.uk/pestsdiseases.htm
There are now 430 pictures in the Fuchsia Photos section found in theGallery for you to look through and enjoy. You are more than welcome to downloadthem for your own personal use. If they are to be used on another web site pleaseadd a link back to this site www.fuchsiaflower.co.uk or at least acknowledge theirsource.
Quite a few people have been in touch to ask if it was possible to print out web pages. from this site There is usually an option in most web browsers but you don’t always get what you see.You will now find a print option at the top all the cultivation pages and the society info page. Click on this and you will have the option to print with or without images, increase/decrease font size and email it to a friend.As this is a new addition I would be very grateful if you could let me know if it is a success, or not.
Whilst your plants are resting now is the ideal time to think about new varieties you may like to try in 2018.Have a look at the links page and browse through the nurseries to see just who has new varieties on offer.You should be able to download their catalogue on some sites whilst others will send one out through the post.Most of them will have mail order available.Please give your support to these nurseries
December 2017A new page has been added which features my collection of Triphyllas and Variants which was started in September 2016. It now consists of 47 different varieties and still growing.Pictures of most of them can be found atMy Triphylla and Variant Collection.or through the Cultivation menu above. I hope you enjoy them.