However, if it doesn't survive, maybe think about getting a hardy fuchsia
that is happy outdoors.
The Durham and Northumberland Fuchsia
Society caters for a broad spectrum and welcomes anyone who is interested in growing fuchsias
There will be advice on growing fuchsias
and other plants, stalls, a raffle and other prizes.
The 2006 North East Fuchsia
Fantasia will see the society putting on another show over the weekend of September 9 and 10 at Lincoln Castle.
, polka dot plants prefer a bright exposure but cannot endure hot sun.
30pmSutton Coldfield Fuchsia
Society, Mrs P Rogers and Mr G Reynolds - from beginners through to exhibitors, Mere Green Community & Library Centre, Mere Green Road, Mere Green, 8pm Sunday, September 11 Birmingham Dahlia Society, An Evening Walk - Behind the Scenes, Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, 11am-4pm (plus Plant Hunters' Fair 10am-4pm To be included in The Post's Garden Diary write to Jayne Howarth, Garden Diary, The Birmingham Post, PO Box 78, Weaman Street, Birmingham, B4 6AY, email Jayne_Howarth@mrn.
that enthusiasts believed had died out has been found in its native Andes - and a specimens are now thriving in Wales.
Photo: Just planted at base of trellis, fuchsia
has all butthree main stems removed; tip cuttings are spaced around pot edges.
95 (inc p&p) or take our Hardy Fuchsia
Bumper Collection, three plants of all five varieties for pounds 15.
To order by credit/debit card call 0844 811 6781, quoting SMH15491, or send a cheque made payable to MGN Ltd, to Trailing Fuchsia
Offer, SMH15491, Mr.
Society, talk, St Matthew's Church Hall, West Road, Ponteland, 7.
The pendulous eardrop shapes of the fuchsia
form the basis of a stunning wall hanging designed and painstakingly made by student Christine Jones.
The Birmingham & District Fuchsia
Society will be holding a Question Time style event with a panel of flower experts.
Newly qualified national fuchsia
show judge Linda Hinchliffe is already filling up her diary for summer 2006.
There's free admission to the Fuchsia
and Flower Festival on August 6 and 7 at Rhondda Heritage Park.