Cuttings are a great way to propagate your fuchsias because it’s easier and more successful than growing from seeds. Plus, cuttings will retain the genetic information of the mother plant which ensures that they stay true to their variety. To take cuttings, choose a healthy shoot that’s not woody and has at least two pairs of leaves. Use a sharp knife to cut just below the last pair of leaves and remove the lower leaves, leaving only the top two pairs. Insert the cutting halfway into a pot filled with growing soil, cover it with plastic or foil, and keep it in a warm and bright location with loose and moist soil. In around two to three weeks, new roots should form, allowing you to replant the cuttings in larger pots. Alternatively, you can propagate fuchsias through division, by digging up the plant, clearing soil from the root ball, and carefully splitting the root ball in two vertically before planting in a new pot or location.