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fuchsia Trunk - pot 19 cm
Trunk - pot 19 cm

fuchsia Trunk - pot 19 cm

Type: fuchsia
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  • Height (incl. pot): ± 70 cm
  • Pot size: 19cm



The Fuchsia (Bellenplant) prefers a warm sunny to semi-sunny place with little wind. In addition, the fuchsia likes a fairly acidic but nutritious soil. Plastic pots are preferred because the risk of dehydration is the least.

This fuchsia loves water, make sure the potting soil does not dry out. Remove the spent flowers so that the plant can produce new ones.
Planting regularly ensures that the fuchsia is having a good time!
Always remove the old flowers. In this way he produces new flowers again and again.


For good flowering, it is advisable to feed the fuchsia weekly.


The fuchsia feels comfortable in a shady place and preferably out of the wind. If you put the tub plant in the wrong place, this can lead to nuisance from bugs, such as lice, spider mites and whitefly. Of course you can buy resources for this, but that is not better for the environment. It is therefore advisable to place the plant in a good place.

Bloom again

For the fuchsia to bloom again, it is necessary to cut out the flowers that have finished flowering. Do this including the bean. The plant will then bloom again up to 3 times in the season.

In order to let the plant expand in the spring, it is necessary to cut the growing tops of the jionge plants. Where the buds are cut, new side shoots will form. Do this several times during the season and you will see that you get a beautifully shaped fuchsia.


A fuchsia is an indispensable container on the terrace or balcony because of its rich flowering.

Height (incl. pot):± 70 cm
Pot size ⌀:19 cm
Article number:FS19(70)paars
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