Fuksia thrives best in half shadow with good access to water. With good care it pours up nicely in amples and jars.
A dry moisture stops growing and bloom is greatly reduced, so you may want to look a bit extra for these beautiful tears.
However, if you are looking good on your plant, you can get a beautiful garden with beautiful moisturizers in bed, pots and amples.
– Ensure that fuksia accesses low fertilizer water every week. Then you will get a plant that has a beautiful ornamental value throughout the season, “says Tonje Bergh at the Office of Flowers and Plants.
Fuksia has beautiful tears
The fuskia is growing fast and, according to Wikipedia, would like to change the pot size three or four times during a season. Fill the pots with loose quality soil and preferably add chicken poultry as soon as the growth is in progress. Also note that the plant stops growing if it is warmer than 24 degrees.
“Fuksia thrives best in migrating shadow, that is, some sunshine and a little shadow evenly distributed between day and afternoon,” writes Wikipedia.
Also, remember to blow off faded flowers so that the plant blooms all summer.
Fuksia is a planting plant
Fuksia is grown by cuttings, and in Norway, more than 500,000 fuksia are produced annually.
In total, over 8000 hybrids of fuksia are known, but there are only a few species that can overcome here in the country.
– This is why fuksia is usually sold as planting plants, says Tonje Bergh, adding that fuksia was previously used as a common nursery.
Fuksia is from South America
Originally, fuksia comes from South America, but according to Bergh, there are also a few species in Central America and New Zealand. The name has received the plant from the Jesuit monk and missionary Charles Plumier who discovered the first fuksia in 1672. Plumier was a major supporter of the German medicine Dr. Leonard Fuchs and therefore named the plant for him.
Cooling levels mean the end of a fuksia, but if you keep your moisture freeze-free, you can keep it for several seasons.
– For optimal conditions during the winter fall it is best to imitate the conditions where the plant has its actual habitat – that is, a temperature of between five and ten degrees. Please choose a little used room in the house where the temperature can be lowered. A cool conservatory, an isolated porch or a built-in outdoor area with a little heat can also be good places for the winter fall, “says Bergh. Also a frost-free garage or a light-ceiling ceiling may be suitable.
Do not wipe out
– In the rest period, the growth stops completely and the plant therefore does not need nutrient supplementation. This rest period is important to stimulate flowering, so if the moisture overcomes at normal room temperature, it does not gather enough energy to develop flower buds, Bergh adds.
Nevertheless, remember that you can not completely forget your fuels during the winter months. It must be bright where the plant overcomes and it also needs some water. The soil must be dry, but not dry.
TIP: Do not plant fuksia in too small amps and boxes. Then they dry out easily.
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