Clip of the Week: Winterizing Fuchsias

October 22, 2010 at 12:00 AM 5 comments

Happy Friday folks!  Boy, is it just me or did this week fly right on by?  I can’t believe it’s already time for the weekend again!

As always, our weekend gift to you is our clip of the week.  This week’s clip shows you how to prepare and store your fuchsias for their Winter hibernation.  It also touches on how to prepare some clippings to grow additional plants.

 

 

 

 

As always, our videos can be viewed on our blip.tv channel (link to the right) or downloaded for free from the iTunes Store (search for “ed hume”).

Have a great weekend.  It’s the last weekend before Halloween!  I hope you have your costumes all ready!

Sincerely,

Ed

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Dorothy  |  October 23, 2010 at 7:48 PM

    can’t get the clip to play beyond about the first 30 seconds it stops and starts over each time

    Reply
    • 2. edhume  |  October 24, 2010 at 5:12 PM

      Hi Dorothy,

      Thank you for bringing this to our attention! It seems that there’s a issue with the host, blip.tv. We’re talking with them now about fixing the formatting error. In the meantime, they’ve informed us that you should be able to watch the clip in its entirety via this link:

      Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks again for letting us know!

      Sincerely,

      Ed

      Reply
    • 3. edhume  |  November 4, 2010 at 12:29 PM

      Dorothy,

      It seems that blip.tv was updating their video formats. The clip should work for you now. They said that if there is still trouble viewing the clip, pause it and let it load all the way before watching it. If you still have problems, please let us know.

      Sorry again about that!

      -Holland

      Reply
  • 4. VANBC  |  November 3, 2010 at 4:15 PM

    Great…but what is the best place to store the newly planted cuttings, as outside could be very cold.

    Reply
    • 5. edhume  |  November 5, 2010 at 12:43 PM

      Newly started cuttings must be kept in the house, greenhouse, or place where temperatures remain well above freezing. A utility room or unused bedroom is an ideal place to keep the cutting until Spring. Keep them in bright light.

      Hope this information helps!

      Reply

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