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Fuchsias are one of the stalwart of the English garden. The sheer variety of flowers is a testament to their popularity. They also continually flower until the frost kills off the leaves. My favourite ones is this red and white variety, which comes in both trailing and bush or shrub forms. Many are hardy enough to recover in the Spring with a fresh spurt of growth from twigs which looks dead. Even the tender ones often will re-shoot from the soil if the roots are protected.

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