Pruning Hardy Fushias
I have several hardy Fushias in borders, normally at this time of year they are just sticks here in the NE. However they are still flowering well, the problem is they are under planted with crocus which are now poking their noses out,about inch and a half high. I'm not sure what to do for the best, if I prune the Fushias now might that spur them into re growing too soon ie soft new buds/shoots not sure if they would get frost damaged if temperatures drop over the next few weeks. Any thoughts appreciated. Just out of interest it's not too bad here today 6C dull and overcast but OK for working outdoors.