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by Bill on June 18, 2004 07:59 PM
[teacher] Fuchsias
How to grow and care for Fuchsia plants

Fuchsia 'Blue Satin'
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[grin]  - These are Cedar Hill flowers!

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by afgreyparrot on June 19, 2004 02:38 AM


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by Sami on June 19, 2004 05:08 AM
They sure are! I had to show them to my husband, who doesn't even care about plants/flowers. They look like an orchid. Very pretty.

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by catlover on July 21, 2004 07:42 AM
I personally think Fuchias are one of the best looking flowers! My parents used to have a double trailing Indian maiden which was a real deep pink.....absolutely beautiful.
[thumb] [flower]
[kitty]

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by shamrock316 on December 07, 2004 05:53 AM
Fuschias are my favorite plant to get in the summer to put on the porch. I haven't gotten one in awhile though. Actually, I haven't seen any around here the last few years. (but I did not go to the greenhouse we went to before) They are about the most beautiful plants I have ever seen. I LOVE THEM!

BUT I have never seen a purple one like the picture you have shown. I bet in real life it is breathtaking.

When I had them on the porch that summer, they did much better when it started getting colder at night, or whenever we would have a "cold spell" in the spring. They didn't much like the hot weather.

Leslie [flower]

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by Nako on December 19, 2004 08:10 AM
I used to deal with these a lot at work [Smile] It was really weird, cuz if you accidently touched the flowers, they'd leave a sticky layer of stuff on ur skin o.O So ya, after 8 hours of carrying pots of those around, the entire underside of my arms, neck, chest and shirt was covered in sticky [Big Grin]

~Phoebe

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by Bids on August 25, 2005 03:06 AM
Hi Bill
Im bids from South Africa, i would really like the Fuschia blue sating as a buton if u don't mind and it's not in use.
Thanx

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