We will be celebrating all things fuchsia in 2015 with a filled fuchsia festival calendar of online activities running right through to autumn. We have top growing advice from our experts, exciting blogs from customers and staff and on top of that we are launching more than 20 new fuchsia varieties to inspire UK gardeners into using fuchsias more effectively in their summer garden.

We would love all our customers to be a part of the festival by sharing their passion and growing experiences throughout the growing season.

“We’re hoping to build an online community of fuchsia fanatics all eager to share their tips and show off their plants via our Facebook and Twitter feeds and our blogging community. The fuchsia has a firm place in the hearts, and gardens, of our customers thanks to endless summer flowering, ability to grow in sun or shade, and their relaxed attitude to whatever the UK weather throws at them! We’ve chosen to celebrate these garden favourites throughout 2015! We’ve got some fantastic new varieties to show off, growing tips to share, as well as some exciting give-aways and competitions”. New Product Development Manager, Michael Perry.

Our fuchsia range includes several exclusive varieties that can’t be found anywhere else. From window box to giant varieties, there’s something for every gardener. One of our favourite picks is Fuchsia ‘Bella Sophia’. This new variety is unlike any traditional fuchsia. The blooms of the innovative ‘Bella’ range have outward and upward facing flowers, meaning no more hidden blooms!

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Fuchsia ‘Bella Sophia’

Up next, we have a blog by expert Michael Perry where he will share with you his love for fuchsias. From January onwards we will be providing practical fuchsia articles, how-to videos from experts, customers and British Fuchsia Society members.

Five reasons fuchsias are fabulous:

1)     Great for hanging baskets and Tower Pots

2)     Weather-proof. They’ll perform come rain or shine

3)     Many shapes and sizes

4)     Long-lasting – they’ll keep going right through to the winter frosts

5)     Easy to grow – they’ll perform with minimal fuss and attention


Do you want to take part? Then get in touch web@thompson-morgan.com

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