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fuchsia

11 January 2012 14:42:41
fuchsia

fuchsia

spent a few minutes in the tunnel checking on things, cant believe my fuchsias are still in flower in january, this has to be one of the mildest winters yet


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Clara Clara 11 January 2012 14:59:47

I do not have a tunnel and they are still flowering in the open and this time last year they were black,   love the colour of that one .


kitty kitty 11 January 2012 15:04:14

i lost the tag so i dont know what the name is but it is gorgous, isnt amazing the difference between this year and last year, i even have a rudbeckia in flower in the tunnel


Myrtle Myrtle 11 January 2012 16:37:30

All your plants will be nice and cosy in the tunnel, even mine outside are looking happy:)


Jacinta Jacinta 11 January 2012 17:34:47

Ha ha I was just about to ask do you know which one it is. Love it.


kitty kitty 11 January 2012 19:22:34

its so cute, i converted my mum this year, now she cant get enough of them. they are definatley cosy myrtle in there


Violeta Violeta 12 January 2012 01:10:02

Very lovely flowers,  my standard fuchsia also in full blooms at moment in unheated greenhouse. :-)  


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