Upright, arching stems to 3’ explode July October with pure white flowers dangling like twirling ballerinas. Morning sun to part shade, well drained, moist soils. These plants look delicate but are quite tough! They take a few years to really get going, producing hundreds of flowers. The hardy fuchsias all attract hummers and die to the ground in winter, re-emerging in late spring. Planting deep and winter mulching is advised, especially the first year or two.
USDA Z6 3” pot