DebRon's Snow Fairy Fuchsia

Fuchsia hybrida 'DebRon's Snow Fairy'

With showy white flowers on a compact form, this hardy fuschia blooms early and right up until frost! The pendulous flowers are irresistible to hummingbirds, and purple-black berries add prolonged interest. Great for borders or patio containers.
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Filtered sun, Partial shade, Partial sun

Keep soil surface moist, but not soggy.

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LoreThe genus Fuchsia is named after Leonhard Fuchs, a German doctor who lived in the early 1500's. This cultivar was hybridized by Ron Monnier, who in recent years has focused on breeding upright shrub Fuchsias with increased hardiness, color range and bloom size.
Average Size at MaturityModerate grower to 2-3 ft. tall and wide.
Bloom TimeSpring through Summer
Deciduous/ EvergreenHerbaceous
Flower AttributeLong Bloom Season, Showy Flowers
Flower ColorWhite
Foliage ColorGreen
Garden StyleAsian/Zen, Cottage, Rustic, Tropical
Growth HabitRounded
Landscape UseBorder, Container, Mass Planting, Woodland Garden
Light NeedsFiltered sun, Partial shade, Partial sun
Special FeatureAttracts Hummingbirds, Gift Plant, Ornamental Berries, Bird Friendly, Pet Friendly, Compact Form
Water NeedsHigh
Watering NeedsKeep soil surface moist, but not soggy.

Provide rich, cool, evenly moist soil. Sun tolerant, but best in part-shade in hot summer areas. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer to encourage profuse bloom. Trim to ground in late winter to control size and rejuvenate growth.

This Plant's Growing Zones: 8-10

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