Growing fuchsias in containers give gardeners so
many possibilities. Hanging baskets, half baskets and nursery pots are
common. They can be hung, attached to a wall, placed on the ground or
on stands of various types. They’ll go anywhere as long as there’s some
shade to protect their roots.
And, fuchsias can be trained to grow into many shapes. These shapes rely
on appropriate “pinching” and some patience.
A pyramid, a spiral and a ring!
In addition, fuchsias can be grown in almost any kind of container as
long as it has good drainage, sufficient room for roots to grow and
enough water and fertilizer.
Frankie Dennison's fairy
Ron Herzog's yard.
Check the “Features” and “Events” buttons
for more ideas!
Anyone can learn how to grow container plants well. Click on the
“Societies “ button on the home page and visit a local club!. You will
be welcomed, and you’ll get some amazing ideas!
Photos by Joan Hampton , Ron Herzog, Faye Aune and Ken Pierce,, Nancy
and Arthur Phillips, Eva Fisher. Betty Peary and some Unknowns.
The Northwest Fuchsia
Society was established in 1983.