Fuchsias are popular plants and they range in different colors and shapes. They are planted in pots, hanging pots, and in the ground. Fuchsia magellanica is from the Onagraceae family of plants. It is native to South America. Fuchsia magellanica is a hardy bush. Fuchsia magellanica is a semi-evergreen plant. They grow it as a hedge as it grows to about 2m or 6ft.
It produces tiny beautiful hanging flowers, like ornaments, all over the hedge. Fuchsia magellanica flowers in spring and summer. The flowers have pink outer petals and deep purple inside petals. They are hardy. Grow them in the sun or partial shade.
It can flower all the way into autumn. The flowers attract bees and insects. You can propagate by hardwood cuttings semi-hardwood cuttings. Prune Fuchsia magellanica in spring. Cut back last year’s flowering growth. Leave one or two buds this will encourage more flowers next season. To thrive plant it in moist, well-drained soil.