Simply put, you don’t! Do not prune Fuchsia for winter. If you cut a fuchsia for winter you will be inviting pests, disease and rot
Pruning fuchsia is essential for a strong, healthy plant with lots of beautiful blooms. Read on to find how to prune fuchsia
Does a fuchsia plant like sun or shade? or maybe a bit of both? Read on to find out the perfect growing conditions for fucshia.
fuchsia leaves yellow in the autumn is nromal and there is no need to panic. However in summer they could be more sinister...
tips and tricks to prolong a Fuchsias flowering time. So read on to find out just how to keep Fuchsia flowering.
If your Fuchsia no longer looks as good as it once did you needn't panic, there lots of things you can do to revive a Fuchsia plant
Yes, Fuchsias are a perennial that if well cared for will come back year after year.
There are over 100 species of Fucshia and as such there are many different types of Fuchsia that thrive in all sorts of different conditions.
Can lupins be grown in pots? Yes, and they commonly are. Read on to find what size pots and what you need to do for the best results!
Greenfly is a common garden pest and they just love lupins. If left alone they can cause serious damage so remove them quick!
This depends on the variety, some are and can cause digestive discomfort to humans if eaten.
Lupins are a beautiful flower that you will find in many British gardens. But when do lupins flower? And how long will the blooms last?
Sowing grass seed on a existing lawn is commonly known as overseeding & is one of the key steps to achieving a lush green lawn.
I'm sad to say that Lupins are a short flowering plant. The flowering spikes are fantastic but they don't like to hang around.
Lupins are a beautiful flower that you will find in many British gardens but what to do with lupins after they have finished flowering?
Lupins can be grown from the pods after their vibrant flower display. Read on to find out the best way to grow your lupins from seed pods!
Lupins are not a hugely long-lived perennial, with great care and the perfect growing conditions they can last 10 years
Where do lupins originate from? Lupins are part of the Legume family which grow all over the world.
Lupins are perennials, they come back year after year. However they are not hugely long-lived plants, expect them to last for around 6 years.
Learn how to deadhead lupins in our simple, easy to follow guide. These simple steps will have your lupins looking great all summer!
Can you cut wet grass? Well, like most things in gardening the answer isn't a simple yes or no, it more nuanced than that
When using a weed killer, it is crucial to apply it at the correct time. So when should weed killer be applied?
This invasive, deep routed weed can spread quickly and grow back year after yea. Learn how killing horsetail with fire is a great option.