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Fuchsia 'Roger de Cooker'

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sq fuchsia roger de cooker 001

Fuchsia 'Roger de Cooker'

  • Single, long, thin flower.
  • Long tube white, sepals white with undertones of pink. 
  • Corolla pink.
  • Strong, upright growth.
  • Half hardy.

 


Supplied as a pot grown plant, grown in a 9cm pot.

Available from APPROXIMATELY mid May 2021

1 or more £3.95GBP each. Group & quantity discounts
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Fuchsia 'Roger de Cooker' has unusual long, thin, single flowers. The long tube is white, while the sepals are white with undertones of pink, The corolla is pink. This fuchsia has a strong, upright habit.

  • Plant out from late May all through the summer.
  • Hardy once established.
  • Suitable for potting on or, dependent on time of year, planting straight into the garden.
  • Late autumn garden planting should be avoided as the plants will not have time to establish before the winter.
  • If grown in containers and left outside all winter they may not prove fully hardy as container growing does not afford the same level of root protection as growing in the ground.
  • In severe winters additional protection may be required for plants in the ground or left outside in containers. We suggest covering the plant with straw then inverting a large pot or bucket over it to provide further protection.

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How To...

How to Grow Fuchsias
Detailed advice on growing fuchsias. Includes information on watering, feeding and pest control.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265