Why is my fuschia not flowering

I have looked after the shrub for over two years with dynamic lifter in the soil and regular watering and it is in a shaded location with just filtered light. I trimmed it back at first as it looks like it has been here for some time but not looked after. It just does not flower at all. Any suggestions? I have asked this question before both on this site and your facebook site with no answer given.

yates

18 January 2015 11:33 AM

Your plant may have been cut back too severely so all of its energy has been transferred to the development of foliage rather than flowers. Now that it is shrubby, it is bound to produce flowers. To promote flowering use a high potassium fertiliser such as Yates Thrive Flower & Fruit Soluble Plant Food .

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