Could you please identify this plant. All I know is that it is blooming with small red "bells".
Come fall before the first frost, move it indoors, cut back a bit and overwinter in a cool place. If neccessary it can even go in a dark place where it will loose all leaves, but will re-grow them in Spring. Move out as soon as possible but take it back inside at night until the last frost because it shouldn't get any frost.
There are a few hardy varieties, but they typically have narrower leaves and smallish flowers. This looks like the classic Fuchsia hybrid - and there are lots of these on the market.
You can easily propagate your fuchsia from cuttings. I recomend letting them develop roots in a jar of water (my preferred method, it's basically fail-safe and I simply use the "leftovers" from pruning...), but putting them straight into the ground works, too, according to various sources. In this case, a heating pad below might speed things up a bit.
Keep an eye out for aphids and especially whiteflies, If neccessary, treat accordingly.