Friday, January 22, 2010


'Seaforth' is a cute and vigorous bush. I think it is going to get big. It did very well last summer and is wintering over just as well. I am not big on pink, but I like the form on this bush. Some upright fuchsias head straight for the sky, even some of the smaller varieties. Some put out huge new shoots every year which would be called canes on a rose bush, and these can rival the output of any rose bush! Some tend to grow more sideways. They are not trailing fuchsias at all, they just tend to spread sideways faster than upwards. Each type of form lends itself to a different point of interest in the landscape design.
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