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The wide rangeof flowers and plants currently available in the generalized heading of Fuchsia is pretty amazing.

This really is one of many aspects which has prompted me to have a fascination with the Fuchsia over quite a few years and, given that I've got a much larger garden and along with a variety of greenhouses, to grow approximately 300 different Fuchsia cultivars within a season.

Several Fuchsias are completely hardy so can be left out in the flowerbed all year long; these types of hardy Fuchsias are usually cultivated sometimes as free-standing shrubby bushes and also frequently are employed to make great decorative hedges. Various other varieties require moderate protection in the winter months whereas some others must be kept in a heated greenhouse if they are to have any likelihood of recovering early in the year.

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The art of growing fuchsia over the years has become slightly easier mainly because of the vast amount of knowledge available on the Internet. The fuchsia online knowledge has aided many a new fuchsia grower. Fuchsia care and help with fuchsia problems is just a click away.
Before the online revolution happened the newbie fuchsia grower would have to go to there local fuchsia nursery or fuchsia society to ask about fuchsia care, they would usually be asked to bring fuchsia photo with them of their ailing fuchsia plants or fuchsia plant, they would be asked where the fuchsia is growing, is it in fuchsia garden or in fuchsia hanging baskets, it might be growing outside like a hardy fuchsia.
 
 
Was the fuchsia plant grown from fuchsia seed or a fuchsia cuttings, all the pictures and fuchsia images of the ailing fuchsia that you show the fuchsia grower or fuchsia club member will not help to much, the best thing to do is post your fuchsia photos on a fuchsia blog and ask for the best care for a fuchsia or care of fuchsia that is available, you can mention that the fuchsia flower was grow from a fuchsia seed or from a fuchsia cutting which ever way of fuchsia propagation, you know the care for fuchsia advise will be very good.
If going on line is not for you its always an option to search out more advise at the local fuchsia nursery, when you arrive, the fuchsia nursery will have many more fuchsias for sale, one can always buy extra fuchsia or buy new fuchsias.

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The after care is usually very good, they will show you the best way of planting fuchsias how to grow fuchsia, whether the fuchsias are hardy fuchsias, the color of the fuchsia flowers, the fuchsia might be fuchsia rose, they could be ideal for fuchsia standards if so you can enter the fuchsia standard in your local fuchsia show and win a fuchsia prize.
The fuchsia plants that you purchase might be the American fuchsia or large California fuchsia which are known as trailing fuchsia, what ever you choose I guess that the fuchsias will be hot fuchsias because a hot fuchsia is just great.
Take the fuchsia home keep it in good fuchsia soil make your own fuchsia fertilizer, mix the fuchsia fertilizer in water and label it fuchsia water and use it only on the new fuchsia plant.
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FUCHSIA.Achievement.Single. Tube carmine cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine cerise, long and slender, slightly up turned. Corolla reddish purple, turning to scarlet at the base of the petals. Foliage yellowish green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering. Responds well to pinching, total length of blooms 3 in. Image Click Here

FUCHSIA.Aintree.Single. Tube Ivory white, thin to medium in size. Sepals Ivory, slightly tinted rose pink, green tips, upswept. Corolla vivid rose madder, with touches of white at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering, Sometimes tend to grow to the horizontal. Makes an ideal bush or full standard.
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FUCHSIA. Aladna's Sander.Double. Tube and Seples white with a touch of Pink, Sepals curved back almost to the horizontal, pale pink on the underside with green tips. Corolla deep reddish purple flamed and veined deep red, very large flowers, Growth natural trailer.
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FUCHSIA. Alaska.Double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals white with green tips, slightly upturned at the tips. Corolla white, very full and fluffy. Foliage dark green, Growth vigorous, self-branching, low-growing upright, free-flowering. And best grown as a greenhouse plant, because full sun and rain tend to spoil the blooms. Bush.
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FUCHSIA. Alf Thornley.Double. Tube Deep flesh pink, Sepals neyron rose with pink veins. Corolla creamy white, near perfect. Medium sized flowers, free and and natural breaks, needs little pinching. Strong upright Bush. Makes ideal show Fuchsia, either as a bush class or half and full standard.
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FUCHSIA. Alice Ashton.
Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, with pale pink tips, darker on the undersides. Completely reflexed against the tube. Corolla porcelain blue, with pink shading at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, longish leaves. Growth trailer, lax bush, but free-flowering for its size, basket. A superb variety.
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FUCHSIA. Alice Hoffman.
Semi-double. Tube rose-pink, smallish, Sepals rose, slightly upturned. Corolla white with rose veins, very compact. Foliage dark bronze green, small and slightly serrated. Growth upright, vigorous, bushy and very free-flowering. A good garden hardy. Bush or half standard.
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FUCHSIA. Alison Ewart.
Single. Tube neyron rose, small and medium thichness. sepal neyron rose, tipped green, small and pointed. Corolla mauve with a pink flush, fairly small, foliage dark green with rust coloured vein, growth upright bushy, self-branching and very free flowering, makes a good bush or half standard.
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FUCHSIA. Alwin.
Semi-double. Tube bright rose, short and thick, Sepal neyron rose, recurving. Corolla white with red veining, tightly fluted and of medium size. Foliage bright green. Growth very bushy and vigorous, short jointed, excellent pot plant, will make a very good standard.
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FUCHSIA. Amelie Aubin.
Single. Tube waxy-white, very long and of medium thickness. Sepals waxy-white, tipped green with a slight pink vein, Corolla rosy-cerise, blush white at base. Foliage light green and large. Growth very vigorous, free flowering lax bush or trailer. A must for any fuchsia collection.
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FUCHSIA. Andrew Ryle.
Single. Tube crimson, short and stubby. Sepals crimson with green tips, held well out from the Corolla and u turned at the tips. Corolla white with a crimson veining. Foliage dark blueish-green with purple veining, growth upright, self-branching, bushy and vigorous, very free-flowering, although the flowers are rather small.Very easy to grow. Bush.

FUCHSIA. Andromeda.
Single. Tube Pale red, small, medium thickness. Sepals pale red, short, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla lilac with reddish veining. Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering.
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Angela Leslie.Double. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, deeper pink underneath green tips, fully recurving over the tube. Rather broad. Corolla pink, splashed and veined deeper shade of pink. Growth upright and bushy, self branching and free-flowering. Strong growing. Foliage medium green, needs staking to support the weight of the blooms. Extremely beautiful fuchsia, best grown as a pot plant.
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FUCHSIA. Anita.
Double. Tube carmine, sepals carmine, Corolla violet splashed and flushed red with white veins, large blooms, foliage mid-green, growth very vigorous, upright, self-branching and free-flowering, will make a good bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA. Ann Howard Tripp.
Semi-double. Tube short and thick, white with a faint blush of salmon-pink, Veined deeper pink. Sepal white, held almost horizontal tipped green. Corolla white veined pink. Bush. Standard. Free flowering. Medium.
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FUCHSIA. Annabell.
Double. Tube white flushed with rose-pink fairly long. Sepal white overlaid with neyron rose slightly turned down from the horizontal. Corolla pure white with veines of rose. Bush. Basket. Standard. August flowering. Large flowers.
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FUCHSIA. Auntie Jinks.
Single. Tube pinkish red. Sepals white, ageing to cerise. Corolla purple with white shading. Foliage mid-green, small. Blooms small, but very profuse. Growth, trailing habit, makes a beautiful basket.
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FUCHSIA. Aurora Superba.
Single. Tube pale apricot. Sepals pale apricot, drooping but go horizontal as flower matures. Corolla deep orange, peach. Flowers medium-size, free flowering. Foliage soft light green, tendency to curl. Not one of the easiest fuchsias to grow. Growth rather lax, very short jointed, prefers a warmer moist atmosphere. Leaf curl is mistaken for an iron or copper deficiency.
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FUCHSIA. Autumnale.
Single. Tube and sepal scarlet-rose, corolla purple medium sized blooms, can be late in flowering, but makes up for that with rich, copper-red, pink, yellow and salmon leaf colouring, growth lax stiff bush.
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FUCHSIA. Baby Blue Eyes.
Single. Tube and sepals red, Corolla dark lavender, small flowers but profuse. Growth upright, compact bush. This is an ideal fuchsia for market gardeners, as it does not mind dense planting, comes into flower very early in the season, and will flower until November undercover.
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FUCHSIA. Ballet Girl.
Double. Tube and sepals, bright cerise. Corolla white, veined cerise at base of sepals, reflexed sepals with a very full corolla, large and free. Growth upright, vigorous and bushy, usually grown as a bush, but will produce a good half or full standard. Can be disappointing to grow, resembles Swingtime but without the vigour.
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FUCHSIA. Beacon.Single. Tube scarlet. Sepal scarlet. Corolla bright mauve-pink. Growth upright bushy with a self branching habit does very well as a garden hardy, flowers very early in the season and continuously. Can be trained to grow in baskets.
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FUCHSIA.Blanche Regina.
Double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals white, medium and reflexed, Crepe inside. Corolla amethyst-violet ageing to Rhodamine purple, petals flared and fluted, medium-size. Foliage spinach green, small and narrow. Growth self-branching, natural trailer, but with pinching will form a bush. Best grown in shade. Prolific flowering, vigorous grower.
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FUCHSIA. Blants New Stripped.
Single. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise recurving as flowers mature. Corolla purple with a red streak on each petal. Flowers medium-size, free-flowering. Foliage dark green, longish. Growth upright and bushy, self-branching, fairly vigorous. One of the best of the striped cultivars. Will make a good pot plant, bush or full standard.
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FUCHSIA. Blue Gown.
Double. Tube scarlet. Sepals scarlet. Corolla blue, changing to purple, splashed carmine pink. Foliage medium green, slightly serrated. Growth upright, largish blooms, free-flowering. Vigorous growth which will need staking due to the weight of the blooms.
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FUCHSIA. Border Queen.
Single. Tube and sepals medium pink tipped pea-green with darker rose veining, flares outwards as the bloom matures. Corolla amethyst violet, flushed pale pink fading to white at base, darker pink veins and bell-shaped. Growth self-branching vigorous, free flowering upright bush or standard.
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FUCHSIA. Bountiful.
Double. Tube white, sepal pale pink, deeper pink on the underside, green tips upturned. Corolla milky white with pink veining at the base of the petals. Growth vigorous, very free flowering and will make a good bush if pinched well, a very easy variety to grow.
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FUCHSIA. Bow Bells.
Single. Tube white, short and thick, sepals white, reflexed, green tips. Corolla magenta, white at base. Growth upright, self branching, makes a good spreading bush. Very early to flower, extremely large blooms, very prolific.
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FUCHSIA. Brutus.
Single. Short tube and recurving, sepals which are cerise, corolla dark purple, ageing to reddish-purple. Medium sized flowers, very profuse and early bloomer. Growth upright, vigorous and bushy. Can throw semi-double flowers, very hardy, easy to grow and very free flowering.
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FUCHSIA. Cascade.
Single. Tube white, flushed carmine, medium length, thin. Sepals long, slim white flushed Carmine, down-pointing. Corolla rose Bengal with a slight hint of pale pink at the base. Growth cascading. Self-branching makes a superb basket.
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FUCHSIA. Carmel Blue.
Single. Tube white greenish white, long and thin. Sepal blight, pink tinged and reflexed flushed pale pink on underside. Corolla the most vibrant Blue, ageing to purplish blue. Growth upright, vigorous, self branching. Prolific Bloomer. One of the finest blue and white fuchsias, very easy to grow.
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FUCHSIA. Coachman.
Single. Tube salmon-pink. Sepals salmon pink, slightly below horizontal. Corolla orange vermilion. Growth self-branching medium lax bush, this fuchsia makes an extremely good basket. Very free flowering and easy to grow.
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FUCHSIA. Constance.
Double. Tube pale pink veined darker pink. Sepals soft pink with green tips, Corolla bluish mauve, tinted pink. Medium-size blooms, very free, growth upright, bushy, very easy to grow. Suitable to the Hardy Shrub border.
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FUCHSIA. Daisy Bell.
Single. Tube long, with an orange cast, shading to green at base. Sepals pale orange, shading to apple green at tips. Corolla for vermilion, shading to orange at base of the petals. Growth natural trailer which makes a good basket, develops its best colour in full sun. Vigorous self branching and very free flowering fuchsia.
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FUCHSIA. Dark Eyes.
Double. Tube medium length deep red. Sepals fairly short deep red in colour, slightly up turned at the tips. Corolla deeper violet blue with red slashes. Growth upright, free-flowing, bushy. Medium to large sized flowers well. Semi-hardy.
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FUCHSIA. Display.
Single. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals deeper rose pink, arching upwards. Corolla deep cerise pink, opening bell-shaped. Growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free-flowering. An excellent, easy to grow fuchsia. Makes a good bush or standard.
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Dollar Princess.Double. Tube cerise of small medium thickness. Sepals cerise, quite broad, reflex almost to the tube. Corolla purple, cerise at the base of the petals, small. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and very free-flowering. Easy to grow, very early to bloom. Make good garden bush. Hardy.
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FUCHSIA. Eva Boerg.Semi-double. Tube greenish white, short and thick. Sepals white with pink flush on top and with green tips, pink crepe affect on the underside, broad and reflexed. Corolla pinkish purple, splashed pink, with paler colour at the base of the petals. Fairly loose petals. Growth upright, tending to be rather lax, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and free flowering. Very easy to grow. Bush.
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FUCHSIA. Garden News.
Double. Tube pink, short and thick. Sepals pink on top, frosty rose pink on the underside, broad and short, arching from the base of the Corolla. Corolla shades of magenta rose, shading to rose pink at the base of the petals. Foliage light green. Growth self-branching, tallr growing, vigorous and upright. A very early-flowering hardy bush.
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FUCHSIA. Gay Fandango.
Double. Tube carmine pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine pink on top, slightly deeper colouring on the underside, longed and arching upwards. Corolla Rosie claret, lighter at the base of the petals, medium to large sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax upright, a very vigorous, free flowering. Bush or standard.
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FUCHSIA. Genii.
Single. Tube cerise, thin and, medium length. Sepals cerise, small and narrow, curving upwards. Corolla very dark purple on opening, maturing to a reddish purple, compact, small blooms. Foliage pale to medium yellowish green. Smallish leaves, growth upright, bushy, and vigorous, self branching and very free flowering. Bush or garden hardy.
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FUCHSIA. Harry Gray.
Double. Rose-pink streaked tube fairly short, slightly re-curved sepals white, shading to rose pink at the base, tipped green. Corolla white, shading to rose-pink at the base changing to a very pale pink with maturity. Small to medium sized blooms very free but compact like a small powder puff, very free flowering. Growth self-branching trailer or lax upright bush, will make a dense basket.
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FUCHSIA. Heidi Ann.
Double. Tube crimson, short and thick. Sepals crimson cerise, short broad and reflexed. Corolla bright lilac purple, veined cerise paler at the base of the petal. Very full and fluffy. Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage dark green. Growth upright, bushy, self-branching and vigorous, very free flowering, makes a good bush or full standard.
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FUCHSIA. Hula Girl.
Double. Tube deep rose pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals deeper rose pink, broad and reflexed will fly slightly. Corolla white, shaded pink at base. Flowers are large. Blooms are very full and very heavy. Foliage medium green with red veining, growth natural trailer, bushy and very free flowering. Ideal basket plant.
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FUCHSIA. La Campanella.
Semi-Double. Tube light, faintly tinged pink, short and thick. Sepals all-white on top, slightly flushed pink on the underside, shortish and one broad, held level with slight upturning at the tips to start with, then re-flexing. Corolla imperial purple with some cerise veining, ageing to lavender. A small to medium-sized bloom, foliage medium green, growth lax, bushy, very vigorous, and exceptionally free-flowering. Basket.
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FUCHSIA. Lady Thumb.
Semi-double. Tube carmine, short and thin. Sepals carmine pink, short, narrow, held below a the horizontal. Corolla white with pink veins, small and compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, exceptionally free-flowering. Excellent garden plant. Bush or half standard. Very hardy.
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FUCHSIA. Lena.
Semi-double. Tube pale flesh pink, short, medium thickness, sepals pale flesh pink on top, darker on the undersides, green tips. Broad and upturned. Corolla purple, pale at the base of the petals, medium-sized blooms, foliage light to medium green, growth lax bush, vigorous, self-branching, very free-following and bushy. A very easy plant to grow.
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FUCHSIA. Marinka.
Single. Tube red long, medium thickness. Sepals red, short and brought, held over and around the Corolla to start, then opening to just below horizontal. Corolla dark red, medium-size, compact blooms. Foliage medium to dark green, growth excellent basket plant, bushy, vigorous, very free-following and one of the easiest to grow. Can suffer from botrytis in the winter months.
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FUCHSIA. Molesworth.
Double. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise, broad and upturned. Corolla creamy-white with cerise veining, very full and fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth bushy, a lax, trailing type, self-branching and very free-flowering. Bush or basket.
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FUCHSIA. Orange Mirage.
Single. Tube pale salmon pink, thick, medium length. Sepals salmon pink with green tips. Long, broad and curling slightly. Corolla dull orange salmon, medium-sized, fairly compact bloom. Foliage light green, growth trailer, vigorous, free-flowering. Basket. Will make a good weeping Half standard.
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FUCHSIA. Pacquesa.
Single. Tube deeper red, short and of medium thickness. Sepals deep red with crepe undersides, reflexing. Corolla white with deeper red veining. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, short-jointed, very free-flowering. Very good pot plant, will tend to throw semi-double flowers.
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FUCHSIA. Patio Princess.
Double. Tube scarlet flushed a white, sepals scarlet flushed and veined pink, sepals held out horizontally. Corolla white flushed and blushed with pink, scarlet veining. A very neat and tidy medium sized bloom, fluffy in appearance. Foliage medium to light green growth upright, very bushy, and also a very free-flowering.
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Pinch Me.Double. Tube white, short, thick. Sepals white with green tips, longer, narrow, held above for the horizontal, curling slightly. Corolla bishop's purple, shading pink at the base of the petals, very full, but rather loose blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, self-branching, bushy, very free-flowering. Very beautiful near-blue fuchsia, will grow well in hanging baskets.
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FUCHSIA. Pink Galore.
Double. Tube pink, slender, medium length. Sepals pink with green tips, long and upturned. Corolla soft rose-pink, very full and compact, medium-sized bloom. Foliage dark glossy green, growth trailer, vigorous, free-flowering. And needs quite a lot of pinching in early stages to produce a good shaped plant. Basket.
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FUCHSIA. Pink Marshmallow.Double. Tube pale pink, longish, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink, broad, reflexeing, green tips. Corolla white with pink veining and with pink shading on the petals. Very large, open, loose-petalled blooms. Foliage light green, growth trailer, bushy, free-flowering. Basket or half basket.
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FUCHSIA. Prosperity.
Double. Tube crimson, thick and of medium length. Sepals crimson, with a waxy appearance, longer and held well up over the tube. Corolla pale neyron-rose, flushed and veined rose- red, small to medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage darkish green, glossy, growth upright, vigorous, very free-flowering. Will do well as a garden hardy in sheltered areas. Bush or standard.
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FUCHSIA. R.A.F.
Double. Tube red, medium length and thickness. Sepals red, short, broad and reflexed to the tube. Corolla rose-pink, veined and splashed cerise, very fluffy, medium sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, rather lax, free-flowering. Bush. Extra-large blooms.
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FUCHSIA. Red Spider.
Single. Tube crimson, long and slender. Sepals crimson, long, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla rose madder, deeper on the edges of the petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, vigorous, long-branching, free-flowering. Need careful pinching the in its early growth and to produce a good shape. Basket or weeping half standard.
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FUCHSIA. Rose of Denmark.
Single. Tube white, slender, medium length. Sepals white on top, faintly flushed pink and with green tips. The undersides are a deeper pink. Short, broad and upturned. Corolla rosy-purple, with rose pink veins and splashed pink at the base of the petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage mid-dark green, growth upright, bushy, rather lax, free-flowering. This variety is one of the earliest fuchsia to flower in the season.
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Royal Velvet.Double. Tube crimson, medium length and thickness. Sepals crimson, short, broad and held out over the Corolla. Corolla deep purple, outer petals splashed crimson, very full, fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, self-branching and very free flowering. A beautiful fuchsia which makes a first class pot plant, and is easy to grow. Bush.
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FUCHSIA. Southgate.
Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pale pink, slightly deeper pink on the undersides, short, broad and upturned. Corolla soft pink with deeper pink veining, very compact, fluffy bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, and vigorous, bushy, free-flowering, a very easy fuchsia to grow. Bush or basket.
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FUCHSIA. Spion Kop.
Double. Tube rose-red, short, medium thickness. Sepals rose red, reflexing. Corolla white with rose-red veins, flaring slightly. Medium-sized, compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering. Will make a good bush if pinched early. Bush or basket.
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FUCHSIA. Swingtime.
Large Double. tube medium length and thickness scarlet. Sepal broad and reflexing, deep scarlet. Corolla pure white with scarlet veining. the flowers are very full and fluffy. Growth is lax upright but very vigorous. An excellent basket variety, will make a full standard in one season.
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FUCHSIA. Tennessee Waltz.
Semi-double. Tube rose madder, medium length and thickness. Sepals rose madder, long, broad and curving upwards towards the tube. Corolla lilac lavender has splashes of rose on the petals. Medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, very free-flowering. A very easy fuchsia to grow, makes an excellent pot plant. Bush or full standard.
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FUCHSIA.Voodoo.
Very large Double. Tube short, very bright red. Sepals bright red, broad and slightly upturned at the ends. Corolla dark purplish-violet, splashed and veined dark red, very full double blooms. Blooms produced very freely. Growth upright and bushy. makes a good standard.
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FUCHSIA. Winston Churchill.
Double. Tube pink, medium length thickness. Sepals pink on top, darker on the undersides, green tipped. Short, broad and reflex. Corolla lavender blue with pinkish veins, and splashed pink on the outer petals. Small to medium-sized, fairly compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. Will make a good pot plant, can be erratic in its flowering time. Bush or full standard.
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Alice Ashton. Double. Tube pale pink,medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, with pale pink tips, darker on the undersides. Completely reflexed against the tube. Corolla porcelain blue, with pink shading at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, longish leaves. Growth trailer, lax bush, but free-flowering variety.

Alice Hoffman. Semi-double. Tube rose-pink, smallish, Sepals rose, slightly upturned. Corolla white with rose veins, very compact. Foliage dark bronze green, small and slightly serrated. Growth upright, vigorous, bushy and very free-flowering. A good garden hardy. Bush or halfstandard.

Alison Ewert. Single. Tube neyron rose, small and medium thickness. Sepal neyron rose, tipped green, small and pointed. Corolla mauve with a pink flush, fairly small, foliage dark green with rust coloured vein, growth upright bushy, self-branching and very free flowering, makes a good bush or half standard.

Alwin. Semi-double. Tube bright rose, short and thick, Sepal neyron rose, recurving. Corolla white with red veining, tightly fluted and of medium size. Foliage bright green. Growth very bushy and vigorous, short jointed, excellent pot plant, will make a very good standard.

Amelie Aubin. Single. Tube waxy-white, very long and of medium thickness. Sepals waxy-white, tipped green with a slight pink vein, Corolla rosy-cerise, blush white at base. Foliage light green and large. Growth very vigorous, free flowering lax bush or trailer. A must for any fuchsia collection.

 

 

 

 


FUCHSIAAbbe Farges.Semi-Double, Tube light cerise, short and of medium thickness. Sepals, light cerise, held horizontal. corolla rosy-lilac, flowers small but profuse, small medium green foliage, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and very free-flowering. Branches are very brittle and easily broken off. Bush or half standard. Hardy.

FUCHSIA Alan Ayckbourne. Single. Tube light pink, sepals light pink with white veining, tipped pale green, sepals held out at the horizontal. Corolla pure white, small to medium flowers. Foliage medium green. Very free flowering on a lax bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Alice Ashton. Double. Tube pale pink,medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, with pale pink tips, darker on the undersides. Completely reflexed against the tube. Corolla porcelain blue, with pink shading at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, longish leaves. Growth trailer, lax bush, but free-flowering for its size, basket. A superb variety.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Alice Hoffman. Semi-double. Tube rose-pink, smallish, Sepals rose, slightly upturned. Corolla white with rose veins, very compact. Foliage dark bronze green, small and slightly serrated. Growth upright, vigorous, bushy and very free-flowering. A good garden hardy. Bush or halfstandard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Alice Travis. Semi-double. Tube and carmine cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine cerise, broad and completely reflexed. corolladeep lavender blue with reddish veining at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, growth rather lax but can be grown upright, bushy and free flowering. Bush or basket. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Alison Ewert. Single. Tube neyron rose, small and medium thichness. sepal neyron rose, tipped green, small and pointed. Corolla mauve with a pink flush, fairly small, foliage dark green with rust coloured vein, growth upright bushy, self-branching and very free flowering, makes a good bush or half standard. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Alwin. Semi-double. Tube bright rose, short and thick, Sepal neyron rose, recurving. Corolla white with red veining, tightly fluted and of medium size. Foliage bright green. Growth very bushy and vigorous, short jointed, excellent pot plant, will make a very good standard. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Amelie Aubin. Single. Tube waxy-white, very long and of medium thickness. Sepals waxy-white, tipped green with a slight pink vein, Corolla rosy-cerise, blush white at base. Foliage light green and large. Growth very vigorous, free flowering lax bush or trailer. A must for any fuchsia collection.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Andrew Ryle. Single. Tube crimson, short and stubby. Sepals crimson with green tips, held well out from the Corolla and u turned at the tips. Corolla white with a crimson veining. Foliage dark blueish-green with purple veining, growth upright, self-branching, bushy and vigorous, very free-flowering, although the flowers are rather small.Very easy to grow. Bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Andromeda. Single. Tube Pale red, small, medium thickness. Sepals pale red, short, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla lilac with reddish veining. Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Angela Leslie. Double. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, deeper pink underneath green tips, fully recurving over the tube. Rather broad. Corolla pink, splashed and veined deeper shade of pink. Growth upright and bushy, self branching and free-flowering. Strong growing. Foliage medium green, needs staking to support the weight of the blooms. Extremely beautiful fuchsia, best grown as a pot plant. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Angels Flight. Double. Tube long, white. Sepals pink, and slightly deeper colour at the base, curling right over against tube. Corolla white with pale pink veining. Foliage medium green. Growth trailer or lax bush, self-branching, and very vigorous. Grows best in cool conditions, will make a very nice basket. Needs staking if grown as a bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Anita. Double. Tube carmine, sepals carmine, Corolla violet splashed and flushed red with white veins, large blooms, foliage mid-green, growth very vigorous, upright, self-branching and free-flowering, will make a goodbush or full standard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Auntie Jinks. Single. Tube pinkish red. Sepals white, ageing to cerise. Corolla purple with white shading. Foliage mid-green, small. Blooms small, but very profuse. Growth, trailing habit, makes a beautiful basket.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Aurora Superba. Single. Tube pale apricot. Sepals pale apricot, drooping but go horizontal as flower matures. Corolla deep orange, peach. Flowers medium-size, free flowering. Foliage soft light green, tendency to curl. Not one of the easiest fuchsias to grow. Growth rather lax, very short jointed, prefers a warmer moist atmosphere. Leaf curl is mistakenfor an iron or copper deficiency.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Autumnale. Single. Tube and sepal scarlet-rose, corolla purple medium sized blooms, can be late in flowering, but makes up for that with rich, copper-red, pink, yellow and salmon leaf colouring, growth lax stiff bush. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Baby Blue Eyes. Single. Tube and sepals red, Corolla dark lavender, small flowers but profuse. Growth upright, compact bush. This is an ideal fuchsia for market gardeners, as it does not mind dense planting, comes into flower very early in the season, and will flower until November undercover. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Ballet Girl. Double. Tube and sepals, bright cerise. Corolla white, veined cerise at base of sepals, reflexed sepals with a very full corolla, large and free. Growth upright, vigorous and bushy, usually grown as a bush, but will produce a good half or full standard. Can be disappointing to grow, resembles Swingtime but without the vigour. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Beacon. Single. Tube scarlet. Sepal scarlet. Corolla bright mauve-pink. Growth upright bushy with a self branching habit does very well as a garden hardy, flowers very early in the season and continuously. Can be trained to grow in baskets.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Beacon Rosa. Single. Tube scarlet, sepals rose red. Corolla rose pink with pale red veining. Very similar to Beacon, growth upright with medium to large blooms, selfbranching habit.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Belsay Beauty. Semi-double. Tube Rhodamine pink, short of medium thickness. Sepals Rhodamine pink underneath, whitish with rhodamine pink shading on top, short and fat. Corolla violet fading to cyclamen purple. Old blooms hold their colour well. Buds short and plump. Foliage mid to light green, smooth. Growth bushy, natural trailer. Best grown in full sun Corolla violet-blue blooms, of good substance and free flowering. Self branching, vigorous, makes a good pot plant. Growth lax bush or trailer.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blue Satin. Double. A short tube, long sepals, shining white, Corolla indigo-blue shading to white at base, giving it a satin sheen. Foliage light to medium green. Large flowering blooms, quite self branching, vigorous, makes a good pot plant. Growth lax bush or trailer.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blue waves. Double. Tube pale pink, sepals neyron-rose. Corolla deep campenella-violet with veins of blue. Medium to large blooms are free flowering and hold colour well. Growthupright and bushy, makes a good standard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blush o, Dawn. Double. Tube and sepals white, green at tips.Corolla silver grey blooms very full, mediumto large sized flowers. Self branching, vigorous, makes a good pot plant. Growth lax bush or trailer. The heavy large blooms make this a variety a sight to be seen.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bobby Shaftoe. Semi-double. Tube clear frosty-white, flushed palest pink and short. Sepals clear frosty-white, flushed palest pink and with lemon tips. Corolla clear frosty-white flushed palest pink with pink veins, flared and ruffled, blooms medium to large, profuse . Growth medium bush upright and self- branching.to develop the colours of the flower.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Berliner Kind. Double. Tube scarlet-cerise, sepals cerise-scarlet, Corolla white, veined with pink at base. Foliage mid to light green. Small flowers but very free, growth low bush and small. Very prolific. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bicentennial. Double. Tube white, thin. Sepals Indian orange underneath, salmon orange on top. Corolla outside petals Indian orange, underside petals Indian magenta-orange. Growth will make either an upright bush or a basket, free flowering, grows well in full sunshine. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Billy Green. Triphylla type. Blooms long, pinkish salmon. very heavy bloomer. Foliage olive green. Growth upright, very vigorous, needs careful pinching. Will make a first class pot plant. A sell on sight fuchsia.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bishops Bells. Semi-double. Tube rose-red, sepals rose red with white veins, lighter colour on the underside, very long, with a hint of red at the tip, Corolla bishops-violet ageing to reddish purple, veined rose. Delightful fuchsia. Foliage dark green. Large blooms, growth upright bush very strong grower, free flowering. Extremely large fuchsia.

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FUCHSIA Bittersweet. Double. Tube pale pink, Sepals pale pink and white, underside white. Corolla outer petals rose, with salmon to orange marbling, purple centre fades to rose. Foliage mid-green. Large blooms. Growth natural trailer or lax bush, free flowering.

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FUCHSIA Blanche Regina. Double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals white, medium and reflexed, Crepe inside. Corolla amethyst-violet ageing to Rhodaminepurple, petals flared and fluted, medium-size. Foliage spinach green, small and narrow. Growth self-branching, natural trailer, but with pinching will form a bush. Best grown in shade. Prolific flowering, vigorous grower.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bland's New Striped. Single. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise recurving as flowers mature. Corolla purple with a red streak on each petal. Flowers medium-size, free-flowering. Foliage dark green, longish. Growth upright and bushy, self-branching, fairly vigorous. One of the best of the striped cultivars. Will make a good pot plant, bush or full standard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blowick. Single tube and sepal Pinkish white. Corolla. mallow purple. Medium-size blooms very prolific, full stronger upright and bushy plants. Self branching, vigorous, makes a good pot plant.Will make tall standard or half standard in first season.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blue Butterfly. Semi-double. The tube and sepals white. Corolla deep violet-blue, splashed with white. Bloomsmedium to large opening wider as flower gets older, turning a more pastoral shade of blue, foliage small, dark green, growth natural trailer.

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FUCHSIA Blue Eyes. Double. Tube and sepals pale pink, Corolla bright blue. Flowers large and free. Growth lax bush will trial very well with the weight of the heavy blooms. Very free flowering. Pinch well over the season.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blue Gown. Double. Tube scarlet. Sepals scarlet. Corolla blue, changing to purple, splashed carmine pink. Foliage medium green, slightly serrated. Growth upright, largish blooms, free-flowering. Vigorous growth which will need staking due to the weight of the blooms.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Blue Pearl. Double. Tube and sepals pink very heavy, broad and arching tipped green.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bon Accorde. Single. Tube and sepals white. Corolla pale purple with white flush, growth bushy stiff andbright, flowers are held erect instead of hanging down in the usual fashion. Makes a good plant for use as a standard, needs careful pinching to make a nice shaped bush, very free flowering. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bon Bon. Double. Tube greenish-white, long and thin turned up at the ends. Sepal short and broad, pale pink, deep pink underneath. Corolla very pale pink, medium sized, very vigorous and a prolific Bloomer.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Border Queen. Single. Tube and sepals medium pink tipped pea-green with darker rose veining, flares outwards as the bloom matures. Corolla amethystviolet, flushed pale pink fading to white at base, darker pink veins and bell-shaped. Growth self-branching vigorous, free flowering upright bush or standard. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bouffant. Single. Tube and sepals red, long and narrow, slightly turned up at tips. Corolla white with red veins, petals tightly rolled. Growth natural trailer, will make an excellent basket. Self-branching and very free flowering, a very easy fuchsia to grow.

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FUCHSIA Bountiful. Double. Tube white, sepal pale pink, deeper pink on the underside, green tips upturned. Corolla milky white with pink veining at the base of the petals. Growth vigorous, very free flowering and will make a good bush if pinched well, a very easy variety to grow. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Bow Bells. Single. Tube white, short and thick, sepals white, reflexed, green tips. Corolla magenta, white at base. Growth upright, self branching, makes a good spreading bush. Very early to flower, extremelylarge blooms, very prolific.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA.Bridesmaid. Double. Tube and sepals white with a light Carmine flush, phlox pink on the underside and recurving. Corolla pale lilac Orchid, deepening towards the edges of the petals. Growth upright, and bushy. Medium to large blooms, very free flowering.

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FUCHSIA British Sterling. Semi-double. Tube short, white, sepals white on top, rosy pink on underside, greenish white tips, short, broad and reflexed to the tube. Corolla a lavender with a faint rose cast, pained pink, small with a slight flare. Growth upright and bushy. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Brutus. Single. Short tube and recurving, sepals which are cerise, corolladark purple, ageing to reddish-purple. Medium sized flowers, very profuse and early bloomer. Growth upright, vigorous and bushy. Can throw semi-double flowers, very hardy, easy to grow and very free flowering. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Buttercup. Single. Tube short, soft rose-pink. Sepals soft rose, orange shading underneath, held horizontal. corolla bright orange. Medium-size blooms which show best in the shade. Upright, bushy growth. Free flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Caesar. Double. Tube red. Sepalsred. Corolla, purple fading to Burgundy. The petals curl up, making the blooms rose shaped. Growth upright and will make a good bush but require staking to support the weight of the blooms. Will make a very nice basket.

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FUCHSIA Caledonia. Single. Very long cerise tube, sepals cerise, do not reflex, Corolla crimson, almost a self. Flowers of medium-size and very free. Growth upright and very bushy, makes a height of two feet, very hardy. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Callaly Pink. Single. Tube white, flushed pink. Sepals white, up turned. Corolla pale pink with pink veining, growth upright, will make a good bush plant if pinched regularly, extremely free flowering, ideal for patio planters.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cara Mia. Semi-double. Greenish white, thin. Sepals pale pink with green tips, long and reflexed. Corolla deep crimson. Growth cascading, free flowering and very vigorous. Medium sized blooms, flowers the entire length of branch. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cardinal Farges. Semi-double. Tube short, medium thickness. Sepals pale cerise. Corolla white, lightly, veined cerise. Growth upright, self branching and vigorous. It makes a good patio plant, or potted into asix-and-a-half inch pot. Very hardy, and free-flowing.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Carl Wallace. Double. Tube and sepals, light red fading to pink on edges, flared back. Corolla mauve with, streaks of dark pink and lavender at base, very fluffy in appearance. Growth lax bush, will do well in baskets, large and fully double flowers, free flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Carmel Blue. Single. Tubewhite, long and thin. Sepal blight, pink tinged and reflexed. Corolla Blue, ageing to purplish blue. Growth upright, vigorous, self branching. Prolific Bloomer. One of the finest blue and white fuchsias, very easy to grow.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Caroline. Single. Tube pink. Sepals pale pink with greentips, deeper pink undersides. Corolla pale lavender shading to pale pink at the base. Growth vigorous upright, makes a good bush. Extremely free Flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cascade. Single. Tube white, flushed carmine, medium, thin. Sepals long, slim white flushed Carmine, down-pointing. Corollarose Bengal. Growth cascading. Self-branching makes a superb basket.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Celadore. Double. Tube and sepals candy pink flushed to deeper pink. Corolla deep pink splashed and flushedwith deeper pink with candy veins, growth natural trailer, very free flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Celia Smedley. Single. Tube and sepals neyron rose, upturned. Corolla vivid current red. Growth upright, and self branching and very vigorous. Needs careful pinching to form a good bush, ideal fuchsia to make full standard. Unusual colouring in Corolla which makes this a most outstanding fuchsia.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Chang. Single. Tube orange red. Sepals orange red, green tipped. Corolla brilliant orange. Growth very vigorous, upright. Will not grow to any recognisable shape unless pinched carefully from a small plant stage, can be grown as a full standard or halfstandard. Flowers better out of doors.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Checkerboard. Single. Long tube red, sepals slightly recurved, start red and changes abruptly to white. Corona red but deeper than tube, white at base. Medium-size flowers. Growth upright and vigorous, very easy to grow, very free flowering.

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FUCHSIA Cheers. Double. Tube oflight coral pink,medium length, sepals broad, sharply pointed, Coral pink streaked along at the centre, Corolla orange red mixed with rose red quite short but very full, growth vigorous upright andbushy, but willtrail because of the weight of the blooms. Veryfree flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Chilton Beauty. Single. Tube and sepals, pale rose-pink, tipped green, Corolla mauvish-violet slightly veined pink. Small flowers. Growth upright and bushy, very free flowering, can be grown as a hedging fuchsia, growing to three feet high, very hardy.

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FUCHSIA.China Doll. Double. Tube cerise with dark stripes, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise, slightly upturned. Corolla white, heavily veined and blotched red. Growth lax bush, best grown as a trailer. Quite free flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA China Lantern. Single. Tube deep pink and shiny, sepals white, tipped green. Corolla rosy-pink, white at base. Medium-size flowers, growth upright but spreading, free flowering, can be rather vigorous.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Circe. Semi-doubled. Tube and sepals, pale pink, Corolla light blue petals that fade to pale lavender, very large flowers, very profuse. Grow is upright and self branching.Corolla petals opening and spreading almost flat.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Citation. Single. Tube lightrose pink, sepals upturned of same colour, Corolla white, veined light pink at base. Large flowers with four petals flaring to a saucer-shape, wide open and very free, beautifully shaped blooms. Growth upright and bushy.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Claire de Lune. Single. Tube and sepals salmon, fading to salmon-orange. Corolla deep Crystal orange, growth upright, very vigorous, free flowering, a very old fuchsia.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cliffs Unique. Double. Tubelight pink, short and thick. Sepals waxy white, with a pink flush and green tips. Broad and reflexing. Corollagentian blue muturing to pale violet-pink. A very attractive, medium-sized bloom.Growthupright, bushy, self branching and free flowering bush .IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cloth of Gold. Single. Tube red. Sepals red. Corolla purple. Golden yellow foliage ageing to green, with slight bronze flush. Growth upright and bushy, not a very tall growing plant. Can be late flowering, and not very prolific.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cloverdale Pearl. Single. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals deep pink shading to white, green tips, held well out and curving back towards the tube. Corolla white, pink veins. Growth upright self branching bush, easy to grow and shape. Free flowering. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Coachman. Single. Tube salmon-pink. Sepals salmon pink, slightly below horizontal. Corolla orange vermilion.Growth self-branching medium lax bush, this fuchsia makes an extremely good basket. Very free flowering and easy to grow. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Collingwood. Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepal pale pink, slightly upturned. Corolla pure white, full. Growth self branching, bushy upright. Largeblooms.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Comet. Single. Tube red. Sepals large, bright red, reflexed. Corolla violet-blue, bell-shaped when they first open, then opening up to become almost horizontal, very large blooms. Vigorous upright, self-branching bush, flowers early and continues throughout the summer.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA.Constance. Double. Tube and sepals, soft pink, Corolla bluish mauve, tinted pink. Medium-size blooms, very free, growth upright, bushy, very easy to grow. Hardy.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Coquet Bell. Single to semi-double. Short tube and sepals, rose-madder, slightly tipped green. Corolla pale mauveflushed rose-mauve at base, with distinctive red veins, bell-shaped with slightly wavy edge. Medium sized blooms, very free flowering, and of intense colouring.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Coquet Dale. Double. Tube pinkish white and short. Sepals neyron rose and broad, held well up. Corolla lilac with a few petals, slightly flared. Growth vigorous, self-branching upright and bushy.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Coralina. Single. Tube blue sepal, non-reflexed, scarlet, with purple, pink at base. Medium sized blooms and very free, darkish green foliage with bronze tint. Growth lax spreading bush. Very vigorous, suitable for Hedges, height up to three feet. Very hardy.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Cotton Candy. Single. Tube and sepals white, Corolla pale pink. Medium sized blooms and free flowering. Growth upright and bushy. A very beautiful, easy to grow and shape.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Countess of Aberdeen. Single. Tube creamy-white, short. Sepals white, up turning slightly. Corolla white, small. Growth upright, bush and self branching. Best grownin shade otherwise the flowers take on a pink tint. Not the easiest fuchsia to grow.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Court Jester. Double. Short tube rosy-red, sepals crepedrosy -red. Corollapurple, pink-Coral petals over lay the satin sheen centre, giving an effect of a jester's costume. Large blooms almost continuous, free flowering. Growth upright and bushy, very easy fuchsia to grow.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Crinoline. Double. Tube and sepals, Rosy-white, tipped with green, Corolla clear and pale rose. Growth upright, foliage medium green. Can be difficult to grow.

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FUCHSIA Crystal Stars. Semi--double. Tube short, thick, greenish white, flushed red. Sepals white, reflexed. Corolla white. A growth self-branching, upright and bushy. Will make a good full standard. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Curtain Call. Double. Tube pale carmine to white. Sepals pale carmine to white, flushed pinkon the underside, reflexing. Corolla Rosie cerise, white at the base of the petals, serrated. Growth trailer, very lax, but will making a bush or upright plant if staked. Very free-flowering, producing four blooms for every pair of leaves, instead of the normal two. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Dainty Lady. Semi-Double. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise, recurving completely against tube. Corolla white, veined cerise. Growers upright, self branching, bush. Will make a good summer bedding plant.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Daisy Bell. Single. Tube long, with an orange cast, shading to green at base. Sepals pale orange, shading to apple green at tips. Corolla for vermilion, shading to orange at base of the petals. Growth natural trailer which makes a good basket, develops its best colour in full sun. Vigorous self branching and very free flowering fuchsia. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA DancingFame. Double. Tube and sepals deep and flaring orange with pale pink veining. Corolla orange with shades of deeper pink and apricot. Growth lax bush, will trail well because of the weight of the blooms. Very free flowering considering the flower size. Easy to grow.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Danny Boy. Double the. Tube pale reddish. Sepals pale reddish. foliage medium green, largish. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy, but requires staking and hard pinching to keep upright due to the weight of the blooms . IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Dark Eyes. Double. Tube deep red. A sepals deep red, slightly up turned. Corolla deeper violet blue. Growth upright, free-flowing, bushy. Medium to large sized flowers well.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA David Alston. Double. Tube and sepals crimson, Corolla white, veined and flushed carmine. Large blooms very full and free. Needs support. Growth upright and bushy. Will make standard in first-season.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA David Perry. Single. Tube crimson, short and medium thick this. Sepals crimson, held horizontal. Corolla magenta, veined, crimson, pink at the base of the petals, deep magenta on the edges. Small and bell-shaped. Growth upright, bushy, self branching and vigorous. Very free flowering bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Dipton Dainty. Semi-Double .Tube deep pink short medium thickness. Sepals deep pink medium-size, curving slightly upwards. Corolla wisteria blue with lighter shading, petals flecked and striped phlox room pink. Growth upright, self-branching and bushy, free-flowing. Bush or standard. Best colour in shaded conditions.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Display. Single. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals deeper rose pink, archingupwards. Corolla deep cerise pink, opening bell-shaped. Growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free-flowering. An excellent, easy to grow fuchsia. Makes a good bush or standard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Dollar Princess. Double. Tube cerise, small, medium, thickness. Sepals cerise, quite broad, reflexing almost to the tube. Corolla purple, cerise at the base of the petals, small. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and very free-flowering. Easy to grow, very early to bloom. Make good garden bush. Hardy. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Drame. Semi-Double. Tube scarlet, medium and thickness. Sepals scarlet, broad, held horizontally and turning up at the tips. Corolla purplish red, red at the base of the petals, medium sized. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and free flowering bush, a very good garden Hardy.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Dutch Mill. Single. Tube rose pink, medium Length thickness. Sepals rose pink, long, twisting and reflexing towards the tube. Corolla pale violet purple, pale violet at the base of the petals and with a rose veining. Growth upright, bushy, self branching vigorous and very free flowering. A medium to large sized bloom, medium sized bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Edith Emery. Semi-double. Short and thick waxy-white tube, sepals white, are reflexedwith crepe reverse. Corolla amethyst-violet, fading to deep purple, short neat flowers, profuse flowering and of medium-size. Growth upright, bushy, self-branching and short jointed.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Ed Lagarde. double. Tube white, short and of mediumthickness. Sepals white, broad and held immediately over the Corolla. Corolla very deep purplish blue shade, very full and frilly large blooms. Growth natural trailer, bushy and free-flowering. A most beautiful fuchsia, very well worth growing. Basket.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA El Camino. Double. Tube rose red, thin and of medium length.Sepals rose red, broad and completely reflexed over the tube. Corolla pure white, flushed and veined rose red, full but loose petalled, medium size. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy, free-flowering. And easy to grow. Upright bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA El Cid. Single. Tube and sepals, deeper red, Corolla Burgundy-red. Compact well-shaped blooms, very profuse and of a medium-size. Growth upright and bushy, hardy. Extremely free flowering.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Eleanor Leytham. Single. Tube pinkish white and, short and of medium thickness. Sepals pinkish white, short and broad. Corollapink, with deeper pink on the ages of the petals. Growth upright, bushy, free-flowering, very small blooms. Not a very easy fuchsia to grow, but very attractive. Bush or half standard.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Estelle Marie. Single. Tube greenish-white, short and thick. Sepalswhite with green tips, completely recurving. Corolla pale violet purple, darkening on maturity, with white at the base of the petals. Growth upright, self-branching, vigorous, bushy and free flowering. Blooms are held upright, out from the foliage, an excellent variety to grow. Bush.

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FUCHSIA Eva Boerg. semi--double. Tube greenish white, short and thick. Sepals white with pink flush on top and with green tips, pink crepe affect on the underside, broad and reflexed. Corollapinkishpurple, splashed pink, with paler colour at the base of the petals. Fairly loose petals. Growth upright, tending to be rather lax, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and free flowering. Very easy to grow. Bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Evensong. Single. Tube pink, medium Length and thickness. Sepals white with green tips, longer, broad and completely reflexed against tube. Corolla white, loose spell-shaped. Growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching and free flowering, bush.

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FUCHSIA Falling Stars. Single. Tube pale pink, a longish, thick. Sepals deep reddish pink on top, pale pink on the underside. Medium and, held downwards from the horizontal. Corolladark orange red, very compact and neat. Growth upright, tends to be rather lax, bushy if pinched at an early stage, ideal bush for summer bedding.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Fiona. Single. White, long and thin. Sepals white tipped green, long narrowand completely recurving to the tube, twisting slightly. Corolla attractive blue, Paling to light reddish-purple with age, white flushed at base. Flowers are long and free, growthlax upright, need support, due to whippy growth. IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA First Kiss. Semi-double. Tube creamy-white,medium length and thickness. Sepals creamy-white, becoming reddish if grown in fall sunshine. Corolla pale rose pink, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, medium-sized leaves. Growth self-branching bushy, vigorous, free flowering. A very attractive flowering bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Flirtation Waltz. Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pale pink on top, dark pink on it underside, long and reflexed back to the tube. Corolla pale pinkish mauve, rather loose, darker edge to the petals. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self branching and free flowering. Bush.IMAGE. 1000

FUCHSIA Flying Cloud. Double. Tube white, short and of medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, pink on the underside, completely reflexed over the tube. Corolla white, with splashes of pink at the base of the petals, has very loose petals. Foliage medium dark green, growth upright, bushy the vigorous and tending to be rather lax, grows better in shade.

FUCHSIA Flying Scotsman. Double. Tubes short, thick andreddened. Sepals recurved and pink. Petals have white streaks on a rosy red background. Growth strong, bushy and upright. Makes a good standard or bush. Foliage medium green.

FUCHSIA Forget me not. Single. Tube pale pink, long and thin. Sepals pale pink, long, narrow, and completerecurved. Corolla pale blue, turing to pale mauve, small and compact. Foliage pale green, growth upright, self branching very vigorous and bushy. Free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Forward Look. Single. Tube pink, short and thick. Sepals pink with green tips, broad, shortturned almost up to the tube. Corolla violet-blue, small to medium sized. Foliage medium green, growth upright bushy, vigorous self-branching and free flowering with blooms held at right angles to the foliage, free flowering bush.

FUCHSIA Fort Bragg. Double. Tube pink, short and thick. Sepals pink, broad and upturned. Corolla powder lavender with rose-pink veins, rather an untidy, loose petalled flower. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, bushy, rather lax growing, self branching, free flowering bush.

FUCHSIA Garden News. Double. Tube pink, short and thick. Sepals pink on top, frosty rose pink on the underside, broad and short, arching from the base of the Corolla. Corolla shades of magenta rose, shadingto rose pink at the base of the petals. Foliage light green. Growth self-branching, tallr growing, vigorous and upright. A very early-flowering hardy bush.

FUCHSIA Gartenmeister Bonstedt. Triphylla. Tube long, thin, brick-red, slightly bulging. Sepals brick-red, small. Corollabrick-red, short. Foliage dark bronzy reddish green on the upper surface reddish purple on the undersides, medium to large sized leaves. Growth upright, vigorous but not self branching, very free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Gay Fandango. Double. Tube carmine pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine pink on top, slightly deeper colouring on the underside, longed and arching upwards. Corolla Rosie claret, lighter at the base of the petals, medium to large sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax upright, a very vigorous, free flowering. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA General Monk. Double. Tube cerise, short, and of medium thickness. Sepals cerise, short, broad and completely reflexed. Corolla of bluish-purple,maturingto reddish purple, veined pink,with white shading at the base of the petals. Small to medium-sized blooms, free and and. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self branching and free flowering a very easy fuchsia to grow. Bush

FUCHSIA Genii. Single. Tube cerise, thin and, medium length. Sepals cerise, small and narrow, curving upwards. Corolla very dark purple on opening, muturing to a reddish purple, compact, small blooms. Foliage pale to mediumyellowish green. Smallish leaves, growth upright, bushy, and vigorous, self branching and very free flowering. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Golden Marinka. Single. Tube dark red, medium thickness. off the Sepals deep red, shorter and broad, held right over the Corolla. Corolla slightly if deeper red, compact medium-sized blooms. Foliage variegated green and yellow with red veins, medium-sized leaves. Growth trailing will make it a superb basket. Can be susceptible to botrytis in the winter Months.

FUCHSIA Golden Swingtime. Double. Tube and sepals waxy-red, Corolla white veined red. Large flowers very free. Identical to parent Swingtime, but with golden foliage.

FUCHSIA Golondrina. Single. Tube pale reddish pink, and long, medium thickness. Sepals bright red, long, narrow and twisting slightly. Corolla dark magenta with scarlet veins and crimson blotches, paler at the base of the petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, free flowering trailer, ideal for basket, bush or summer bedding.

FUCHSIA Grasmere. Single. Tube coral red, long and thin, triphylla type. Sepals Coral red with green tips, longish andspreading. Corolla deep coral pink, compact. Foliage deep green, growth natural trailer, self branching, bushy and very free flowering in clusters, very vigorous. Bush, standard or basket.

FUCHSIA Gruss aus dem Bodethal. Single. Tube crimson, short and thick. Sepals crimson, short, horizontal. Corolla darkest purple, almost black on opening small to medium sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free flowering and very easy to grow. Bush or a summer bedder.

FUCHSIA Gypsy Girl. Double. Short tube cherry-red with sepals of the same colour, sepals held well out which curve over. Corolla pale phlox-purple, petals heavily veined rose-bengal at base. Medium sized blooms and quite free flowering. Growth compact bush.

FUCHSIA Hampshire Blue. Single. Tube white flush and veined pink, sepals blush pink veins with light mauve. Corolla blush mauve with shades of sky blue and pink. The flowers are extremely profuse and are born on straight stems, this fuchsia is extremely easy to grow, will make a full standard in first year.

FUCHSIA Hampshire Treasure. Double. The tube and sepals are a pale salmon orange. The Corolla is a multi-coloured with shades of magenta, red, orange and salmon orange. The flowers are very freely produced over a longer period. Very good for summer bedding. The growth is horizontal, bushy, will produce a good basket with hard pinching.

FUCHSIA Happy Fellow. Single. Tube pale salmon pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pale salmon on top, deeper on the underside, green tips. Broad and reflexed over the tube. Corolla dark orange, pale at the base, very compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage pale yellow to medium green, growth upright, and bushy, vigorous, self-branching and free flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Happy Wedding Day. Double. The tube and sepals are white flushed pink, sepalsre-curving back to tube. Corollawhite, very fluffy with powder pink flushes. Will turn light pink in full sun, very free flowering for the size of bloom. Lax bush, will make a good standard with some work.

FUCHSIA Harry Gray. Double. Rose-pink streaked tube fairly short, slightly re-curved sepals white, shading to rose pink at the base, tipped green. Corolla white, shading to rose-pink at the base changing to a very pale pink with maturity. Small to medium sized blooms very free but compact like a small powder puff, very free flowering. Growth self-branching trailer or lax upright bush, will make a dense basket.

FUCHSIA Hawkshead. Single. Tube white, short and of medium thickness, slight greenish tinge. Sepals white, flush green, broad and pointed. Corolla pure white, barrel-shaped. Foliage deep green. Growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and bushy. Makes a very good full standard.

FUCHSIA Heidi Ann. Double. Tube crimson, short and thick. Sepals crimson cerise, short broad and reflexed. Corolla bright lilac purple, veined cerise paler at the base of the petal. Very full and fluffy. Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage dark green. Growth upright, bushy, self-branching and vigorous, very free flowering, makes a good bush or full standard

FUCHSIA Heidi Weiss. Double. Tube and sepals, crimson-cerise, Corolla white, veined scarlet. Growth and habit exactly the same as Heidi Ann. This fuchsia excels as a specimen bush, with very little pinching or pruning needed. Ideal as a first-time growers plant, will make a very good bedding plant .

FUCHSIA Herald. Single. Tube scarlet, medium length, sepals scarlet, short and up turned. Corolla deep bluish-purple with cerise veining, changing to reddish purple on maturity, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium greenwith crimson veining, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and vigorous. A very easy fuchsia to grow. Makes a good half standard in a bedding scheme.

FUCHSIA Heron. Single. Tube deep cerise, short and of medium thickness. Sepals cerise, broad, slightly curled at the edges, and held horizontally over the. Corolla violet-magenta, slightly veined cerise in the centre of the petals, foliage medium green. Growth vigorous, upright, self-branching and very free-flowering. Bush or full standard

FUCHSIA Hi-Jinks. Double. Tube white, longer and of medium thickness. Sepals -white on top, pink on the undersides, green-tipped. Corolla rosy red flashed purple with white streaks, very full and fluffy, medium sized blooms. Foliage medium green. Growth natural trailer, bushy, self-branching, free flowering. Basket.

FUCHSIA Hobson's choice. Double. Tube and sepals pink, Corolla lighter shade of pink, with noir delicate tints and shades of salmon pink. Medium to large sized blooms, extremely free flowering. Foliage medium green, growth upright and bushy, can be slightly vigorous so hard pinching might be necessary.

FUCHSIA Howlet's Hardy. Single. Tube scarlet, thin, medium length. Sepals scarlet, long and narrow. Corolla bright violet purple with scarletveining, and paler at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green. Growth upright vigorous, bushy, and free-flowering. A very easy to grow bush or garden hardy fuchsia.

FUCHSIA Hula Girl. Double. Tube deep rose pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals deeper rose pink, broad and reflexed will fly slightly. Corolla white, shaded pink at base. Flowers are large. Blooms are very full andvery heavy. Foliage medium green with red veining, growth natural trailer, bushy and very free flowering. Ideal basket plant.

FUCHSIA Iced Champagne. Single.Tube pale pink, thin, medium length. Sepals pink with green tips, broad and reflexed. Corolla pale pink with darker veins, medium-sized blooms with loose petals. Foliage medium green with red veins, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and vigorous. Very free flowering, a good fuchsia varieties for the beginner. Bush.

FUCHSIA Igloo Maid. Double. Tube white, long, medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, short, broad and held on top of the Corolla, slightly up turned at the tips. Corollawhite, faintly tinged pink, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage yellowish green, growth uprightand bushy, self-branching, free-flowering. A very nice fuchsia.

FUCHSIA Impudence. Single. Tube carmine red, short, of medium thickness. Sepals Carmine red, broad curling upwards to the tube. Corolla white with carmine veining, petals spread out horizontally. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, very free flowering. This is an unusual flower but is very easy to grow, requires pinching because it is not very self-branching. Bush.

FUCHSIA Indian Maid. Double. Tube scarlet, of mediumthickness. Sepals scarlet, very bright, and long, narrow and recurving. Corolla deep wine purple, very full, slightly loose petals, medium to large blooms. Foliage dark green, growth lax bush, and free flowering. This variety can be trained to make a fall weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Isle of Mull. Single.Tube light magenta with darker veins, sepals baby-pink, veined flesh-pink. Corolla rose-magenta, splashed metallic-pink. Medium-sized flowers, very prolific and has the shape ofa flying saucer. Growth upright and bushy, short-jointed and self-branching. Quite an unusual fuchsia to grow.

FUCHSIA Jack Shahan. Single. Tube and sepals, pale rose-bengal, long and have a medium thickness. Sepals are slightly curled upwards. Corolla rose pink, and very compact, medium-sized blooms, foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, self-branching, vigorous, bushy and a very free-flowering. Flowers tend to be on the end of the branches, makes a very good basket, and very early to flower.

FUCHSIA Jamboree. Double. Tube pinkish white, thick, medium length. Sepals salmon-pink on top, deeper pink on the undersides. Corolla shades ofCarmine and salmon pink, medium-size, rather compact bloom. Foliage darkish green, growth upright, and bushy, free-flowering. An ideal bush for summer bedding.

FUCHSIA Joan Heard. Double. Tube white, flushed pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals white, flushed pink on top, deeper pink on the undersides, green tips. Corolla pale pink, full, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free-flowering. A very exquisite flower, but unfortunately suffers from botrytis if over the water.

FUCHSIA Joan Pacey. Single. Tube white, tinged pink, long, medium thickness. Sepals pink on top, dark pink on the undersides, green tips, long, narrow and twisting upwards slightly. Corolla phlox pink, long, fairly compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage light to medium green, growth upright and bushy, makes a fine specimen plant.

FUCHSIA Joe Kusber. Double. Tube light, short and medium thick. Sepals quite, longer, with pink tips. Corolla blue-purple with pink variegation on the petals. Very full and fluffy, large attractive blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, a free-flowering. Makes a full standard.

FUCHSIA Joy Patmore. Single. Tube white, short and thick. Sepals white with green tips, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla so a pinkish cerise and, white at the base and a of the petals and a rather darker at the ages, blooms open to a bell-shape. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. A very easy fuchsia to grow and train. Bush.

FUCHSIA Julie Horton. Semi-double. Pink tube, long pink sepals, tipped green, corolla pink withwide overlapping petals. Large to medium flowers, free and longer-lasting. Foliage dark green, growth trailer, free-flowering, vigorous and makes an ideal basket, a real beauty which seems to be missed by a lot of growers.

FUCHSIA June Revel. Single. Tube pink thin and short. Sepals deep rose, long and narrow. Corolla mauve, pink at the base and veined crimson. The petals have Picotee edges ofpurple, and are overlapping. Foliage yellowish green. Growth upright, bushy and free-flowering. Will take full sun, best grown as a bush or half standard.

FUCHSIA Kegworth Beauty. Single. Tube white, long, medium thickness. Sepals white, short and waxy, held over the Corolla. Corolla amethyst rose, paler at the base of the petals, small blooms. Foliage medium green, growth bushy, upright, and close-jointed, free-flowering. Bush. Flowers for an extremely long period.

FUCHSIA Kegworth Carnival. Double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals white, longish and narrow. Corolla tyrian purple passing to rose-Bengal, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax upright, finely flowering, vigorous. Bush if staked, makes an extremely attractive basket.

FUCHSIA King's Ransome. Double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals medium length, white, turning up over the tube. Corolla brightviolet purple, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, and free-flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Koralle. triphylla type. Tube long, medium thickness, salmon-orange. Sepals short, salmon-orange. Corolla of the same colour, small. Total length of bloom is 3 inches. Foliage deep sage green with veins of apple leaf green, and an overall velvety sheen. Growth upright, vigorous, very free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Kwintet. Single. Tube dark rose-pink, longer and of medium thickness. Sepals short, dark rose, medium length and held horizontal. Corolla rose red, medium-sized and slightly bell-shaped. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, very vigorous and free-flowering. Early-blooming and very easy to grow. Bush.

FUCHSIA L'arlesienne. Semi-double. Tube pale pink, medium Length thickness. Sepal pale pink with green tips, long, narrow and curling upwards to the tube. Corolla white, veined palest pink, opening well out as it matures, medium-size bloom. Foliage light to medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering a very attractive flower.

FUCHSIA La Campanella. Semi-Double. Tube light, faintly tinged pink, short and thick. Sepals all-white on top, slightly flushed pink on the underside, shortish and one broad, held level with slight upturning at the tips to start with, then re-flexing. Corolla imperial purple with some cerise veining, ageing to lavender. A small to medium-sized bloom, foliage medium green, growth lax, bushy, very vigorous, and exceptionally free-flowering. Basket.

FUCHSIA La Fiesta. Double. Tube white, short and thick. Sepals white with green tips, broad, horizontal and turning up at the tips. Corolla reddish purple with white splashes and cerise-carmine, medium-sized blooms with flaring petals. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, self-branching, vigorous, free flowering. Half-basket.

FUCHSIA La Neige. Double. Tube purplish red, short and thick. Sepals reddish violet, long and broad, pointed tips, reflexed. Corolla white with very little veining, full, petals short and folded. Foliage medium green, growth upright, and vigorous, free-flowering, and described as one of the finest red and whites. Bush.

FUCHSIA Lace Petticoats. Double. Tube white short, medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, short and broad, up turning to cover the tube. Corolla pure white, very full and fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth upright, rather lax, bushy and free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Lady Isobel Barnett. Single. Tube rose red, thickish, medium length. Sepals are rose red, held straight out. Corolla rose purple with imperial purple edges to the petals. Foliage light to medium green, growth very vigorous, upright, bushy and exceptionallyfree-flowering. Blooms held well out from the foliage. This variety makes exceptional amounts ofpollen which tend to discolour the leaves. Bush.

FUCHSIA Lady Kathleen Spencer. Single. Tube medium length, whitish to pale pink. Sepals are whitish rose on top, amethyst rose underneath. Long thin and standing out well. Corolla delicate lavender shades, fading to beetroot purple. Foliage large, medium and green. Growth bushy, medium upright, but can be trained as a basket plant if waited. Grows best in the shade, and requires pinching to get it into a good shape. Suffers from botrytis in the winter months.

FUCHSIA Lady Thumb. Semi-double. Tube carmine, short and thin. Sepals carmine pink, short, narrow, held below a the horizontal. Corolla white with pink veins, small and compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, exceptionally free-flowering. Excellent garden plant. Bush or half standard. Very hardy.

FUCHSIA Lambada. Single. Tube and sepals pink veined cerise on the top and salmon orange underneath. Corolla purple with pink and salmon veins, short and very compact, looks very much like La Campanela. Foliage medium to dark green, growth upright and bushy can be grown as a basket plant with a slight amount of work.

FUCHSIA Le Berger. Semi-double. Tube creamy-white, short, medium thickness. Sepals white, short, pointed. Corolla white, a very faint pink tinge to the petals, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, and lax, bushy, free flowering. Best grown in the shade or semi- shade. Basket, or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Lena. Semi-double. Tube pale flesh pink, short, medium thickness, sepals pale flesh pink on top, darker on the undersides, green tips. Broad and upturned. Corolla purple, pale at the base of the petals, medium-sized blooms, foliage light to medium green, growth lax bush, vigorous, self-branching, very free-following and bushy. A very easy plant to grow.

FUCHSIA Lena Dalton. Double. Tube pale pink, short medium thickness. Sepals pale pink, broad and reflexed. Corolla lavender blue maturing rosy-mauve shade, very compact, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage dark and green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. A very good garden variety, bush or half standard.

FUCHSIA Leonora. Single. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals in pink, long and narrow, recurving. Green tips. Corolla pink, bell-shaped, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy self-branching and free flowering. Will respond to dense planting. Bush or full standard meanwhile.

FUCHSIA Leverhulme.Triphylla, Type. Longish tube. Rosie-cerise self. Short drooping sepals, flowers shorter than the usual triphylla hybrid, very free, but reacts quickly to any change of atmosphere by losing its buds and flowers, normal crisper green foliage growth upright.

FUCHSIA Liebries. Single. Tube pale cerise-pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise pink, recurving. Corolla pink with deeper pink veining, Small and fairly compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free flowering. Makes a strong bush or half standard.

FUCHSIA Lilac Lustre. Double. Tube rose red, short, medium thickness. Sepals rose red, broad, upturned. Corolla powder blue to lilac, very compact, broad pleated petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage bright green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching and free- flowering. A very beautiful fuchsia, ideal for summer bedding.

FUCHSIA Lilac Princess. Single. Tube greenish white, short and thick. Sepals short, greenish white on the outside an pale pink on the underside, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla deep lilac, shading to pink at the base of the petals. Foliage dark green. Growth self-branching upright which will make a good bush. Prefers full sun for best colour.

FUCHSIA Lindisfarne. Semi--double. Tube very pale shell pink, short and of medium thickness. Sepals pale pink, tinged with crimson at the base, crepe underside, and with green tips, short and broad. Corolla dark violet, a deeper purple shades at the edges of the petals, flushed crimson at the base. Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, and bushy, self-branchingand very free flowering upright, bush or have standard

FUCHSIA Loeky. Single. A short thick tube rose-red, broad up turned sepals rosy-red hiding tube. Corolla lavender ageing to rose-pink on maturity. Medium sized flowers. Foliage light green, growth upright and very bushy, recommended to all fuchsia growers.

FUCHSIA Louise Emershaw. Double. Tube white, long, medium thickness. Sepals white on top and green tips, pale pink on the undersides, longer, narrow and flaring outwards and upwards. Corolla Jasper red, ageing to pale cerise red with tinges of pink at the base of the petals. Medium to large blooms. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, vigorous, free-flowering. Half-basket.

FUCHSIA Loveliness. Single. Tube waxy white, thick, medium length. Sepals waxy white, medium length, recurved. Corolla rosy cerise, compact, medium-sized blooms, foliage light to medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, and free-flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Lye's Unique. Single. Tube waxy white, long, medium thickness. Sepals are waxy white, narrow, held well out. Corolla salmon-orange, compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage dull green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branch and free flowering. Very popular bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Machu Picchu. Single. Orange self-coloured flowers needs a lot of stopping and will flower even in the autumn and winter. Will stand full sun. Growth lax trailer. Very similar to coachman, which is a much easier fuchsia to grow.

FUCHSIA Madame Cornelissen. Semi-double. Tube crimson, short, medium thickness. Sepals crimson, held almost horizontal. Corolla white with cerise veining, fairly compact, smallish blooms. Foliage dark green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching, and free flowering. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Magic Flute. Single. Tube waxy white, very thick. Sepals white, tipped Burgundy, narrow, and held at right angles to tube. Corolla clear Coral-rose, white at base, Corolla is funnel-shaped and petals overlap. Foliage bright green, growth natural trailer, self-branching and vigorous. Free-flowering. Basket, or can be trained as an upright.

FUCHSIA Margaret. Double. Tube carmine red, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine red, completely reflexed over the tube. Corolla violet-purple, veined cerise, pink at the base of the petals, very full, small double bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, and vigorous, self-branching, bushy and free flowering. Best grown outside in a summer bedding scheme. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Margaret Brown. Single. Tube rose pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals rose pink, short, held slightly below the horizontal. Corolla Pale pink with deeper veining, Small blooms. Foliage light green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free-flowing. Bush or summer bedder.

FUCHSIA Margaret Roe. Single. Tube pale rose pink, short and thick. Sepals rose red with green tips, broad, horizontal. Corolla pale violet-purple veined pink, paler at the base of the petals, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright bushy self-branching and very free flowering. Blooms are held out from the foliage and upright. Bush, standard or summer bedder.

FUCHSIA Marin Glow. Single. Tube white, short, medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, short, broad slightly upturned. Corollabright imperial purple, pink tinge at the base of the petals, maturing to magenta violet. Compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching, very free-flowing. A superb pot fuchsia. Bush.

FUCHSIA Marinka. Single. Tube red long, medium thickness. Sepals red, short and brought, held over and around the Corolla to start, then opening to just below horizontal. Corolla dark red, medium-size, compact blooms. Foliage mediumto dark green, growth excellent basket plant, bushy, vigorous, very free-following and one of the easiest to grow. Can suffer from botrytis in the winter months.

FUCHSIA Mary. Single. Triphylla type.Tube brilliant scarlet red, longer, slender. Sepals a brilliant scarlet, short. Corolla a brilliant scarlet, short. Long blooms. Foliage dark green with reddish purple veins and purple shading on the undersides. Medium sized narrow leaves. Growth upright, free-flowering. Needs careful watering.

FUCHSIA Mary Lockyear. Double. Tube carmine red, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine with green tips, broad and curling up over the tube. Corolla pale lilac, with carmine and pink marbling on the outer smaller petals, very open, loose-petals, medium to large blooms. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, upright, bushy, and free-flowering. Bush or summer bedder.

FUCHSIA Mary Poppins. Double. Tube pale apricot. Medium length and thickness. Sepals pale apricot with pink tips. Corolla orange vermilion, medium-size, compact. Foliage mid green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Melody. Single. Tube pale rose pink, long and thin. Sepals pale rose pink, long, narrow and reflexed. Corolla pale cyclamen purple, very compact medium-sized blooms. Foliage bright green, growth upright, bushy, easy to shape, very free-flowering. A very nice variety in a pleasant pastel shade. Bush, standard or summer bedder.

FUCHSIA Mephisto. Single. Tube scarlet, thin, medium length. Sepals scarlet, small, upturned. Corolla crimson red, very compact small blooms. Foliage medium green, growth extremely vigorous upright and bushy. Very free-flowering, flowers in clusters. Bush for outdoors.

FUCHSIA Merry England. Double. Tube of rose pink, thin, medium length. Sepals white on top, pinkish flush on the undersides, broad and reflexed over the tube. Corolla violet purple, splashes of rose-pink at the base of the petals. Very compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Merry Mary. Double. Tube pink, long and thin. Sepals pink on top, deeper pink on the undersides, longer, broad and upturned. Corolla white with pink veins and splashes of pink on the outer petals, fairly compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, vigorous, self-branching and bushy. A very free-flowering basket.

FUCHSIA Mike Measuring. Single. Tube carmine red, short, medium thickness. Sepals carmine red, longish, narrow and reflexing. Corolla rose-pink with deeper veining, compact when first open, then becoming a rather loose. Small to medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching, and very free-flowering. Excellent pot plant, leaves tend to mark when growing in Cold or draughty areas. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Mini Rosa. Single. Tube white flushed and veined pink, sepals white with pale pink blush, deeper pink on the underside, faint green to the tips. Corolla pinkish lavender to magenta-rose. Flowers small and very free, growth upright and bushy, a small growing fuchsia as the name aptly implies. Flower size is small, but at a height of the growing season the foliage is completely covered in with blooms.

FUCHSIA Miss California. Semi-double. Tube pink, long, medium thickness. Sepals pink on top, darker shade of pink on the undersides, longer and narrow, fully reflexing. Corolla white with pink veins, very compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free-flowering. A very attractive, easy to grow fuchsia. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA Mission Bells. Single. Tube scarlet, short, medium thickness. Sepals scarlet, medium length, broad and reflexing. Corolla vivid purple, splashed cerise at the base of the petals, medium-sized, bell-shaped blooms. Foliage medium green, growth bushy, upright, vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering. A beautiful fuchsia when well grown. Bush or standard. A good bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Molesworth. Double. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise, broad and upturned. Corolla creamy-white with cerise veining, very full and fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth bushy, a lax, trailing type, self-branching and very free-flowering. Bush or basket.

FUCHSIA Monsieur Thibaut. Single. Tube cerise-red, thick, medium length. Sepals cerise-red, broad, recurving slightly. Corolla magenta with cerise veining, pale shade at the base of the petals. Compact, medium sized blooms. Foliage darkish green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free-flowering. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA Morning Glow. Double. Tube neyron rose, medium length and thickness. Sepals neyron rose, held well back towards the tube. Corolla pale wisteria blue, shading gentian blue. Foliage light green, growth upright, self-branching, bushy and very free-flowering. Develops the best colour in shaded conditions. Bush.

FUCHSIA Morning Llight. Double. Tube Coral-pink, thick, medium length. Sepals white with green tips, pale pink on the undersides and on the edges, very broad and reflexed to the tube. Corolla lavender blue with splashes of pink, medium-sized blooms. Foliage yellowish green with red veins, growth lax upright, bushy, free-flowering. Can be prone to botrytis in the winter and early spring months. Bush.

FUCHSIA Moth Blue. Double. Tube red, short, medium thickness. Sepals red, long, narrow and upturning. Corolla deep lilac blue, very full, large bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth trailer, bushy, vigorous, very attractive free-flowering plant. Basket.

FUCHSIA Mountain Mist. Double. Tube greenish white, short and thick. Sepals white with pink flush on top, deeper pink on the undersides, green tips, broad, up- turned slightly. Corolla pale greyish-mauve, pink shading at the base of the petals. Full and fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. Needs careful pinching. Bush.

FUCHSIA Mr A. Huggett. Single. Tube scarlet, short and thick. Sepals scarlet, short, broad and slightly up turned. Corolla pinkish purple, deeper at the edges of the petals and pink at the base, small, very compact blooms. Foliage medium green, medium to large leaves, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and vigorous. Free flowering. Makes an ideal pot plant. Bush.

FUCHSIA Mrs. Lovell Swisher. Single. Tube pink, long, thin. Sepals pink with white on top, deeper shade on the undersides, pale green tips, held horizontal. Corolla pale carmine red, paler shades at the base of the petals, small, very compact boom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and very free-flowering. Needs careful pinching. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Mrs. Marshall. Single. Tube a creamy white, thick, medium length. Sepals creamy-white, held out from the Corolla. Corolla rosy-cerise, compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching, free-flowering and very easy to grow. Needs careful watering through the growing season. Bush.

FUCHSIA Mrs. Popple. Single. Tube scarlet, short and thin. Sepals scarlet, short abroad. Corolla violet-purple, pale at the base of the petals and lightly veined cerise. Foliage dark green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, free- flowering. Bush, standard or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Mrs. W. Rundle. Single. Tube waxy pale Rose, longer and thin. Sepals flesh pink with green tips, longer, narrow and slightly reflexing. Corollaorange crimson, compact, small. Foliage light green, growth vigorous, free-flowering. Bush all summer bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Multa. Single. Tube red with white veins, sepal red with pink and white veins. Corolla purple splashed and veined pink. Small flowers but extremely free flowering, foliage medium green. Growth lax bush, a very easy grower. Bush, or carpet bedding plants.

FUCHSIA Muriel. Single. Tube scarlet, long and thin. Sepals scarlet with green tips, long and reflexed. Corolla blueish magenta, veined ceries, and lighter at the base of the petals, very loose-petalled, medium bloom. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, and lax, free-flowering. Basket or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Nancy Lou. Double. Tube pale pink, thickish, medium length. Sepals pink on top, deeper on the undersides, green tips. Longer, broad and reflexed to the tube. Corolla pure white, very full and fluffy, large blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, free-flowering. A superb green house plants, not difficult to grow. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Nellie Nuttall. Single. Tube and sepals deep crimson, Corolla white. Medium-sized flowers looking upwards !, extremely prolific. Foliage medium light green, growth upright, bushy and short jointed, this fuchsia has showed that it is the equal to snowcap, bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Neue Welt. single. Tube crimson, short, medium thickness. Sepals crimson, small, slightly upturned. Corolla violet purple with carmine veins, paler at the base of the petals and ageing somewhat with maturity. Small, very compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Nicola Jane. Double. Tube pinkish cerise, thick, medium length. Sepals cerise with green tips, broad and reflexing. Corolla pale pink with darker veining, flushed red. Medium-sized loose petals blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, free-flowering. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Nina Wills. Single. Tube pink, thin, medium length. Sepals pink, longer, narrow and upturned. Corolla baby pink, small and compact. Foliage light to medium green, growth upright, self-branching, bushy and very free-flowering. Bush or standard, ideal for summer bedding schemes.

FUCHSIA Noyo star. single. Tube red with white veins, sepals red with white on top and flushed Coral pink on the underside. Corolla white with scarlet and rose pink veining. Sepal held out horizontally, and long and thin. Foliage dark medium green, growth lax bush, can be trained as a weeping half standard.

FUCHSIA Ocean Beach. Tube light salmon, of medium length and width. Sepals light salmon with green tips on top, salmon on the underside. Corolla salmon orange, mottled with salmon-rose, small. Sepals medium length, stiff and flat. Foliage dark green, growth bushy, upright. Bush or small standard. Needs careful pinching.

FUCHSIA Orange Crush.Single. Tube orange-salmon, waxy, of medium length and thickness. Sepals orange-salmon, thick and spiky. Corolla a bright orange, paler at the base of the petals which overlap. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, short-jointed, free and early flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Orange Crystal. Single. Tube orange, medium length and thickness. Sepals orange, tipped green, and held horizontally. Corolla deep orange with overlapped petals, medium-size flowers very free and exceptionally clear colouring, very similar to Lord Lonsdale. Foliage medium green, growth upright and bushy, self-branching, short jointed and compact, will take a full sun.

FUCHSIA Orange Drops. Single. Tube light orange, long and of medium thickness. Sepals light orange, broad and pointed. Corolla orange, smoky effect on the edges of the petals. Flowers tend to hang in clusters. Foliage medium green, growth bushy, upright, free-flowering.One of the best orange fuchsias.

FUCHSIA Orange Flare. Single. Tube orange-salmon, short and thick. Sepals orange-salmon, short and broad. Corolla light orange at the base of the petals, shading to deep orange on the outer edges of the petals, flaring. Foliage medium green. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy and free-flowering. Flowers early. Develops its best colour if grown in full sun.Bush.

FUCHSIA Orange Mirage. Single. Tube pale salmon pink, thick, medium length. Sepals salmon pink with green tips. Long, broad and curling slightly. Corolla dull orange salmon, medium-sized, fairly compact bloom. Foliage light green, growth trailer, vigorous, free-flowering. Basket. Will make a good weeping Half standard.

FUCHSIA Other Fellow. single. Tube light, medium length, medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, short, narrow and hold horizontal. Corolla pink with light shading at the base of the petals, small and compact. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering, a very attractive, Small Bloom. Requires careful watering. Bush or summer bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Pacquesa. Single. Tube deeper red, short and of medium thickness. Sepals deep red with crepe undersides, reflexing. Corolla white with deeper red veining. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, short-jointed, very free-flowering. Very good pot plant, will tend to throw semi-double flowers.

FUCHSIA Papa Bluess. Double. Tube greenish white, short and of medium thickness. Sepals crepe white with green tips on top, pink flush on the undersides. Short, broad and slightly upturned. Corolla deep violet blue, maturing to reddish purple, shaded pink at the base of the petals, very full, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, tends to be rather lax, bushy, and free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Party Frock. Semi-double. Tube rose pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals and rose pink, green tips, long and curling upwards to the tube. Corolla pastel blue, splashed rose and with slight rose veining. Medium-sized, loose-petalled bloom. Foliage mid-green with reddish veins, growth upright, vigorous and free-flowering. Bush or half standard.

FUCHSIA Patio Princess. Double. Tube scarlet flushed a white, sepals scarlet flushed and veined pink, sepals held out horizontally. Corolla white flushed and blushed with pink, scarlet veining. A very neat and tidy medium sized bloom, fluffy in appearance. Foliage medium to light green growth upright, very bushy, and also a very free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Paula Jane. Semi-double. Tube venetian pink, short of medium thickness. Sepals carmine rose, arching upwards, covering the tube. Corolla beetroot purple, changing to ruby red as the flowers develop, with a pale pink flush near the sepals, opens small and compact then flares. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, very free flowering. Bush. Makes a good pot plant.

FUCHSIA Peppermint stick. Double. Tube carmine rose, short, medium thickness. Sepals carmine, paler shade at the tips, broad and curling up towards the tube. Corona centre petals Royal purple, outer petals splashed pink, very full, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching, very free-floweringan easy and fuchsia to grow.

FUCHSIA Perky Pink. Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals Pink with green tips, short, broad and upturned. Corolla white, flashed pale pink and with pink and veining. Very loose, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and free-flowering. A very easy to fuchsia to grow and train. Bush.

FUCHSIA Perry Park. Single. Tube pale pink, short and thick. Sepals pale pink outside, deeper pink inside, thick and reflexed. Corolla bright rose, shaded paler at the base, petals overlapping. Foliage medium green, growth upright, self-branching, bushy. Flowers medium-sized. Very free-flowering bush. Good for outside bedding schemes.

FUCHSIA Pharaoh. Single. Tube rose bengal, medium length and thickness. Sepals white with green tips and rose edges. Corolla plum purple, ageing to Ruby-red, medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy and free flowering.

FUCHSIA Phenomenal. Double. Tube scarlet, short and thin. Sepals scarlet, short and broad, slightly upturned. Corolla indigo blue, slightly veined, carmine at base, large and full. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, upright, bushy and free flowering. Tall bush. Extremely large blooms.

FUCHSIA Phyllis. Semi-double. Tube rosy-red, short and thick. Sepals rosy-red, short, broad, drooping over the Corolla. Corolla slightly deeper shade of rose-red, compact, small to medium sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, very vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. One of the easiest fuchsias grow, can be difficult to shape into a bush, best grown as a standard.

FUCHSIA Pinch Me. Double. Tube white, short, thick. Sepals white with green tips, longer, narrow, held above for the horizontal, curling slightly. Corolla bishop's purple, shading pink at the base of the petals, very full, but rather loose blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, self-branching, bushy, very free-flowering. Very beautiful near-blue fuchsia, will grow well in hanging baskets.

FUCHSIA Pink Ballet Girl. Double. Tube cerise, medium length and thickness. Sepals cerise, broad, upturned. Corolla pink, fused with pale blue, medium to large, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous, free-flowering, upright and bushy. Makes a full or half standard.

FUCHSIA Pink Bon Accord. Single. Tube pale pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink on top, slightly darker on the undersides, green tips, reflexing slightly. Corolla pale rose pink, slightly paler shade at the base of the petals, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. Flowers held out from the foliage.

FUCHSIA Pink Cloud. Single. Tube pink, short and thick. Sepals pale pink on top, deeper shade of pink on the undersides and with green tips. Long, medium width, curling upwards to the tube. Corolla pale pink with darker veining, rather open, medium to large blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-and flowering.

FUCHSIA Pink Darling. Single. Tube dark pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink on top, deeper pink on the undersides, short and broad, held horizontally. Corolla pinkish-lilac, lighter at the base of the petals, small, compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, and very free-flowering. Careful pinching in the early stages of its growth, to produce a good plant.

FUCHSIA Pink Fairy. Double. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, short, broad and upturned towards the tube. Corolla pink and with darker pink veining from the base.Small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Pink Galore. Double. Tube pink, slender, medium length. Sepals pink with green tips, long and upturned. Corolla soft rose-pink, very full and compact, medium-sized bloom. Foliage dark glossy green, growth trailer, vigorous, free-flowering. And needs quite a lot of pinching in early stages to produce a good shaped plant. Basket.

FUCHSIA Pink La Campanella. Single. Tube pale pink, sepals pale pink on top, pink with white veins on the underside, sepals upturned to the horizontal. Corolla bright phlox pink, with lighter pink overtones. Foliage light to medium green, growth lax bush, extremely free-flowering, and self branching. Not quite as vigorous as its parent “La Campanella”.

FUCHSIA Pink Lady. Single. Tube deep crimson, long, medium thickness. Sepals cream, heavily flushed pink, yellowish green tips, long and narrow. Corolla pink with darker pink veins. Medium-sized blooms. Medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Pink Marshmallow. Double. Tube pale pink, longish, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink, broad, reflexeing, green tips. Corolla white with pink veining and with pink shading on the petals. Very large, open, loose-petalledblooms. Foliage light green, growth trailer, bushy, free-flowering. Basket or half basket.

FUCHSIA Pink Quartet. Double. Tube very dark pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals reddish-pink, held well out from the corolla. Corolla pink, with four distinct tubes caused by the Rolled petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Pixie. Single. Tube carmine red, short, medium thickness. Sepals carmine, short, medium, upturned. Corolla mauve-purple with carmine the veins, slightly paler shade at the base of the petals. Small to medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliageyellowish-green, red veining. Growth upright, bushy,self-branching very free-flowering. Good pot plant. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Powder Puff. Double. Tube Tyrianrose, medium length and thickness. Sepals Tyrian rose, deeper shade on an the undersides, recurving. Corona apple blossom pink, very compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer and, bushy, free flowering. Basket.

FUCHSIA President Margaret Slater. Single. Tube white, long, slender. Sepals white with a distinctive pink flush, deeper shade on the undersides, slender and curving slightly upwards. Corolla mauve-pink, overlaid salmon-pink and lighter shading at the base of the petals. Compact bloom. Foliage of medium green, growth trailer, very vigorous, free flowering. Weeping standard or basket.

FUCHSIA Preston Guild. Single. Tube pure white, longish, slender. Sepals white, short, broad and upturned. Pink tinge when growing out of doors. Corolla violet blue-grey, small and compact. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, very free-flowering. Bush or half standard.

FUCHSIA Prince Syray. Single. Tube dawn pink, sepals azalea pink, Corolla vermilion with shading of neyron-rose on edges. Medium-sized flowers and free. Foliage light green , Growth upright and bushy.

FUCHSIA Princessita. Single. Tube white, thin, medium. Sepals white, slight pink flush on the undersides, long, narrow and upturned. Corolla very dark rose-pink, medium-size, slightly open shaped bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth trailer, bushy, vigorous, and free-flowering. A very attractive bloom, ideas in baskets and patio planters.

FUCHSIA Prosperity. Double. Tube crimson, thick and of medium length. Sepals crimson, with a waxy appearance, longer and held well up over the tube. Corolla pale neyron-rose, flushed and veined rose- red, small to medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage darkish green, glossy, growth upright, vigorous, very free-flowering. Will do well as a garden hardy in sheltered areas. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA Purple Heart. Double. Tube crimson, long, medium, thickness. Sepals crimson, waxy, long, medium. Corolla outer petals rose red, inner petals violet, very full, medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth trailer, longish, willowy branches, free-flowering. Basket or patio planter.

FUCHSIA Putts Folly. Single. Tube pale pink, long and thin. Sepals creamy white on top, flushed pale pink on the undersides, green tipped. Held out and slightly below the horizontal, well out from the Corolla. Corolla lilac-rose pink, pale pink at the base of the petals and a slightly darker edge. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, very vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering easy to grow basket.

FUCHSIA Queen of Derby. Double. Tube carmine-rose, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine-rose, green tips, broad, reflexing. Corolla pale violet-purple, flushed pink and with pink striping on the petals. Medium-size compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, tending to spread horizontally, free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA R.A.F.Double. Tube red, medium length and thickness. Sepals red, short, broad and reflexed to the tube. Corolla rose-pink, veined and splashed cerise, very fluffy, medium sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, rather lax, free-flowering. Bush. Extra-large blooms.

FUCHSIA Rambling Rose. Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink with green tips, deeper shade of pink on the undersides, longer broad, curling upwards over the tube, Corolla pink, deeper pink veining. Loose- petalled, medium bloom. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, vigorous, bushy and very free-flowering. Will make an exquisite basket with careful pinching.

FUCHSIA Raspberry. Double. Tube of pinkish white, medium length thickness. Sepals pinkish white, long, narrow and upturned. Corolla Raspberry-rose, medium to large, compact and full blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. Will make a large bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Red Jacket. Double. Tube bright red, medium length and thickness. Sepals bright red, longer, upturned. Corolla white, long, compact, very full bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth trailer, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering. A very attractive flower. Basket or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Red Rum. Double. Tube bright red, medium length and thickness. Sepals bright red, broad, recurving slightly. Corolla white. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage dark green with red veins, medium-sized, serrated leaves. Growth upright, self-branching, bushy and very free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Red Spider. Single. Tube crimson, long and slender. Sepals crimson, long, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla rose madder, deeper on the edges of the petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, vigorous, long-branching, free-flowering. Need careful pinching the in its early growth and to produce a good shape. Basket or weeping half standard.

FUCHSIA Rev. Doctor Brown. Double. Tube pale pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink on top with green tips, darker shade of pink on the undersides. Reflexing completly to covered the tube. Corolla white with pink veins, rather loose-petalled, medium-sized, bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, and bushy. A very free flowering, bush.

FUCHSIA Ridestar. Double. Tube scarlet, thin, medium length. Sepals scarlet, short and broad, reflexing. Corolla deep lavender blue with cerise veining and shaded pink at the base of the petals. Very full, fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and very free-flowering an easy bush fuchsia to grow.

FUCHSIA Rigoletto. Double. Tube deep red, short, medium thickness. Sepals deep red, short, broad and recurved. Corolla light purple, pale at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact bloom, with frilled edges to the petals. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering, an easy to grow self branching bush.

FUCHSIA Ringwood Market. Semi-double. Tube neyron rose, short and of medium thickness. Sepals neyron rose short and broad, held well out. Corolla powder-blue, with pink shading at the base of the petals, fading to lilac as a bloom ages. Medium-sized, compact blooms. Foliage medium-green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Ron Holmes. Single. Tube pale pink, medium length and width. Sepals pale pink on the outside, carminerose inside, medium length and width, held at right angles to the tube with the tips turned slightly. Corolla Mandarin red, overlaid carmine, round, medium-size. Foliage medium green, growth vigorous self-branching, bushy, upright. Full standard or bush.

FUCHSIA Rose Bower. Double. Tube crimson, medium length and thickness. Sepals carmine with green tips. Broad and waxy, held well out. Corolla lilac-purple shading to cyclamen purple and flushed crimson. Medium-sized compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, self-branching, bushy, extremely free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Rose Churchill. Double. Tube rose, splashed and veined pink. Sepals rose, splashed deeper pink. Corolla rose, splashed and veined pink, almostself-coloured. A medium-sized blooms and very prolific. Foliage and growth very similar to Winston Churchill. This variety seems to be a sport from Winston Churchill, the only difference is the Corolla is pink instead of purple-blue.

FUCHSIA Rosecroft Beauty. Semi-double. Tube crimson, short, medium thickness. Sepals crimson, short, broad, drooping over the Corolla. Corolla white, with crimson veining, Small, compact blooms. Foliage pale green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. Can be rather slow growing, but makes a neat bush.

FUCHSIA Rose of Denmark. Single. Tube white, slender, medium length. Sepals white on top, faintly flushed pink and with green tips. The undersides are a deeper pink. Short, broad andupturned. Corolla rosy-purple, with rose pink veins and splashed pink at the base of the petals. Medium-sized blooms. Foliage mid-dark green, growth upright, bushy, rather lax, free-flowering. This variety is one of the earliest fuchsia to flower in the season.

FUCHSIA Rosy Frills. Double. Tube greenish-white, medium length and thickness. Sepals short and broad, pale pink inside, very pale pink outside. Pale yellow green tips. Corolla deep rose, and edged red, outer petals streaked salmon. Very full and compact blooms. Foliage dark green, with red veins. Growth spreading, free-flowering. Good basket fuchsia.

FUCHSIA Royal Purple. Semi-double. Tube deep cerise, short and thick. Sepals cerise, broad, held slightly above the horizontal. Corolla purple, veined red, and slightly paler at the base the petals. Compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous and free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Royal Velvet. Double. Tube crimson, medium length and thickness. Sepals crimson, short, broad and held out over the Corolla. Corolla deep purple, outer petals splashed crimson, very full, fluffy, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy, self-branching andvery free flowering. A beautiful fuchsia which makes a first class pot plant, and is easy to grow. Bush.

FUCHSIA Rufus. Single. Tube bright red, medium length and thickness. Sepals red, long, narrow and recurving. Corolla bright red, the long, compact, medium-sized blooms, foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, very free-flowering and easy to grow. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA Ruth King. Double. Tubepink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink, recurving. Corollalilac and white, medium to large, compactbloom. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, vigorous, bushy, free-flowering. Basket or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Satellite. Single. Tube greenish white, short, rather thick. Sepals white with green tips. Medium length, broad and slightly relexing. Corolla dark red, shading to bright red with streaks of pure white the centre of each petal. A very distinctive bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. A fuchsia well worth growing, but can be susceptible to botrytis. Bush.

FUCHSIA Sea Shells. Double. Tube pink, medium length, rather thick. Sepals white, flushed pink, broad and recurving completely. Corolla pink, heavily veined a deeper shade of pink on the outer petals. Compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage dark green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. Bush or standard

FUCHSIA Shady Blue. Single. Tube pinkish carmine, short and bulbous. Sepals pink carmine, long, broad, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla pale violet blue, shaded pink at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, very vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. Needs pinching in its early growth to produce a good bush, this plant grows extremely well out of doors. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Sincerity. Double. Tube white, with mauve flush, sepals white with mauve and pink flush, recurving back to tube. Corolla white with mauve and lilac flush, veined and streak with a carmine pink. Medium to large fluffy blooms. Foliage dark green, growth upright lax bush, self-branching, free-flowering, will make a bush or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Siobham. Semi-double. Tube rose pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals white, flushed pink at the base, and deeper pink on the underside, long, broad and held while out from the Corolla. Corolla white, faintly tinged pink at the base of the petals. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Sleigh Bells. single. Tube white, short, medium thickness. Sepals white, long, narrow and recurving, pale green tips. Corolla white, medium-size, bell-shaped, foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous and free flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Snowcap. Semi-double. Tube scarlet, short and of medium thickness. Sepals scarlet, short, broad and held well out. Corolla white with reddish veins, small-to-medium, rather loose-peddled bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth is upright, vigorous, very free-flowering, but needs a lot of pinching. Very easy to grow. Bush, standard or summer bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Snowstorm. Semi-double. Tube greenish-white, thin, mediumlength. Sepals white with pale green tips, completely reflexed. Corolla white, medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, free-flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Sonata. Double. Tube white with greenish tinge, short, medium thickness. Sepals pink with green tips, short, broad and reflexing. Corolla white, with pink veining, very fluffy and full. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy and very free-flowering. Self-branching bush, will make full standard.

FUCHSIA Sons of Thumb. Single. Tube and sepals cerise, corolla lilac. Small flowers but very profuse. Growth and habit is identical to Tom thumb, which this variety is thought to be a sport of.

FUCHSIA Sophisticated Lady. Double. Tube pale pink, short and of medium thickness. Sepals pale pink, very long, broad and held slightly below the horizontal, out from the Corolla. Corolla white, very full and compact. Medium to large sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, bushy rather long stamens, free-flowering. The very beautiful fuchsia. Basket or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Southgate. Double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pale pink, slightly deeper pink on the undersides, short, broad and upturned. Corolla soft pink with deeper pink veining, very compact, fluffy bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, and vigorous, bushy, free-flowering, a very easy fuchsia to grow. Bush or basket.

FUCHSIA South Seas. Semi-double. Tube white, flushed pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals white, flushed pink, long, broad, recurving. Corolla pink, medium size, compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering. Will make a good bush with early pinching. Bush or half basket.

FUCHSIA Spion Kop. Double. Tube rose-red, short, medium thickness. Sepals rose red, reflexing. Corolla white with rose-red veins, flaring slightly. Medium-sized, compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth lax, bushy, vigorous, free-flowering. Will make a good bush if pinched early. Bush or basket.

FUCHSIA Stanley Cash. Double. Tube light, short and thick.Sepals white, with green tips, short and broad. Corolla deep royal purple, box-shaped, Medium-sized, very full and compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, bushy, fairlyvigorous and free-flowering. Can be grown as a bush or weeping standard. A very attractive blooms, tends to fade quickly.

FUCHSIA Stardust. Single. Tube salmon pink, thin, medium length. Sepals pink on top, salmon-orange on the underside. Corolla crimson with scarlet edges and shaded orange at the base of the petals. Small bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowing.

FUCHSIA Strawberry Sundae. Double. Tube Greenish-white, long, medium thickness. Sepals white with green tips, broad and held well out. Corolla pinkish lilac, very compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, bushy, free-flowering. Bush or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA String of Pearls. Semi-double. Tube pale pink, short and thick. Sepals pink with green tips, short, medium width, reflexed. Corolla pale rosy-purple, small compact bloom. Foliage pale green, growth upright, very vigorous, bushy and exceptionally free-flowering. This fuchsia grows rather lax, not easy to train. Bush.

FUCHSIA Sunray. Single. Tube red, short, medium thickness. Sepals dark pink on top, deeper shade on the undersides, reflexed. Corolla pinkish cerise, small and compact. Foliage light green with creamy white edges and flushed cerise. Growth upright, bushy, fairly vigorous. Bush.

FUCHSIA Susan Ford. Double. Tube neyron-rose, short and thin. Sepals neyron-rose, crepe affect on the underside, and reflexing, short and broad. Corollaimperial purple, fading to cyclamen purple, rosette shaped. Compact, medium-sized bloom. Foliage dark green, growth upright self branching, free flowering. Will make a good pot plant. Bush.

FUCHSIA Susan Green. Single. Tube long and thin, white, flushed pale pink, sepals white flushed pale pink recurved and twisted slightly, held just below the horizontal, tipped green. Corolla rose-pink tapers slightly at the bottom, but does not open up. Medium-size flowers, foliage medium green, growthupright, free flowering, self branching, will make a good bush.

FUCHSIA Susan Travis. Single. Tube pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pink with green tips, short, broad and upturned. Corolla pale-pink, paler shade of pink at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact blooms. Foliage medium-green, growth upright, bushy, free-flowering. Bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Swanley Gem. Single. Tube scarlet, medium length and thickness. Sepal scarlet, short, broad and re- flexing. Corolla violet with reddish veins, and paler shade of scarlet at base of the petals. Opens saucer-shaped, becomes paler as a blooms ages. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free flowering. A good pot plant. Bush.

FUCHSIA Swanley Yellow. Single. Tube orange-pink, long, medium thickness. Sepals orange-pink medium length, narrow and upturn. Corolla orange-vermilion, small and compact, long and slender blooms. Foliage bronze green, growth upright, vigorous and free-flowering, but needs early pinching to make it into a good shake. Bush.

FUCHSIA Sweetheart. Single. Tube white, long, medium thickness. Sepals white, pink flush on the backsides, green tips, short, broad, and reflexing. Corolla pinkish-cerise, shaded white at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, slightly Bell-shaped bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, bushy and very free-flowering. Good pot plants, but rather prone to botrytis. Bush.

FUCHSIA Sweet Leilanii. Double. Tube pale pink, short and thick. Sepals pale pink with green tips. Short, broad and curling up over there tube. Corolla pale lavender-blue, very full and ruffled, with pink markings on the outer petals. Foliage light to medium green, growth upright, bushy, very free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Symphony. Semi-double. Tube pale pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals pale pink, long, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla pale violet-blue, fading slightly with maturity. Medium-sized very compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering. An extremely beautiful shaped fuchsia, not difficult to grow and shape. Bush.

FUCHSIA Taffeta Bow. Double. Tube pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals carmine rose, broad and long, crepe effect on the undersides, opening flat when reflexing. Corolla purple-violet, with serrated petals, opens compact and flares on maturity. Medium to large size blooms. Foliage dark green with crimson veins, growth natural trailer, self-branching, bushy, vigorous and free-flowering. Basket.

FUCHSIA Tamworth. Single. Tube pure white, medium length and thickness. Sepals pure white with green tips, reflexing slightly. Corolla white at the base, then a band of salmon-pink turning to rich purple at the edge of the petals, medium-sized fairly compact bloom. Foliage light green, growth upright, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Tausendschon. Double. Tube wine red, flushed pale pink. Sepals wine red, arching back, green tips. Corolla soft pink, veined and splashed blush pink. Larger blooms, very early flowering. Growth upright and bushy, this fuchsia varieties is still growing in Holland. Foliage medium to light greenvery early flowering, self branching, bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Temptation. Single. Tube white, flushed pink, long, and thickish. Sepals white with pink flush, long, broad and held well out from the Corolla. Corolla bright reddish-orange, shaded white at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact blooms. Foliage darkish green, growth upright, bushy, free flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Tennessee Waltz. Semi-double. Tube rose madder, medium length and thickness. Sepals rose madder, long, broad and curving upwards towards the tube. Corolla lilac lavender has splashes of rose on the petals. Medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, very free-flowering. A very easy fuchsia to grow, makes an excellent pot plant. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Texas Longhorn. Double. Tube scarlet, long, fairly slender. Sepals scarlet, very long, narrow,drooping downwards. Corolla white with cerise veins, long blooms. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, not a very easier fuchsia to grow, does not producemany a flowers through the season, not recommended. Flowers are extremely large. Trailer.

FUCHSIA Thalia. Triphylla Type. Tube deep flame red, long and very slender. Sepals plain red, very small and pointed. Corolla orange-scarlet, small, compact. Foliage dark olive-green with magenta, veined and ribbed. Growth vigorous, upright and very free-flowering. Requires pinching early, to form a good shape. Bush.

FUCHSIA The Doctor. Single. Tube pale flesh pink, long and broad. Sepals flesh pink on top, slightly darker on the undersides. Broad, medium length, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla rosy-salmon, compact, medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright and, fairly lax, bushy and free-flowering. A very attractive fuchsia, very easy to succeed when shaping to bush, basket, or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA The Tarns. Single. Tube pale pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals pale pink on top, rose pink on the undersides, long, narrow and reflexing. Corolla violet-blue withrose pink shading at the base of the petals. Long, compact blooms. Foliage dark green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching and bushy.Free-flowering bush or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Thornley’sHardy. Single. Tube white, slender, medium length. Sepals white, narrow and upturned, green tips. Corolla cerise, shaded white at the base of the petals. Small. Compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. Hardy.

FUCHSIA Ting-a-Ling.Single. tube white, thick, medium length. Sepals white, long and narrow, curling upwards. Corolla white, medium-sized, open, Bell-shaped blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous and free-flowering. Bush or standard. A very nice to fuchsia, which will make a good pot plant. Can be prone to botrytis in the winter months.

FUCHSIA Tolling Bells. Single. Tube scarlet, short and thick. Sepals scarlet, medium length, broad and recurving.Corolla white with cerise veins. Longish, Bell-Shaped blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, vigorous and free-flowering. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Tom Thumb. Single. Tube carmine, short and thin. Sepals carmine, short, medium width, held down from the horizontal. Corolla mauve-purple, small and very compact. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. A good pot plant, bush, half standard or garden hardy.

FUCHSIA Top Score. Semi-double. Tube cerise, short, medium thickness. Sepals brilliant ceries. Long, thick and reflexing to the tube. Corolla cerise at the base of the petals, shading to rich violet at the edges. Foliage dark green, growth vigorous, tall growing, self-branching and bushy. Free-flowering, bush or summer bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Tour Eiffel. Single. Tube salmon pink, and bulbous. Sepals salmon-pink, short and broad. Corolla rosy-purple, shaded salmon pink at the base of the petals. Medium-sized bloom. Foliage Broze-green, and medium-sized leaves with red stems and centre vein. Growth lax bush, fairly vigorous and free flowering. Bush or basket.

FUCHSIA Trial Blazer. Double. Tube crimson, long and slender. Sepals crimson. Long, narrow and reflexed. Corolla rosy-mauve, pale at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth trailer, vigorous, self-branching and very free flowering. Basket or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Traudchon Bonstedt. Triphylla Type. Tube of light rose, long, medium thickness. Sepals light rose pink. Corolla blight salmon-pink, short and compact. Foliage light sage green, paler veins and ribs, reddish tinge underneath. Growth upright, and free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Treewince Twilight. Single. Tube white, short and fairly thick. Sepals white, short, broad and reflexed. Corolla pale mauve-pink, very compact, medium-sized bloom. Foliage medium to darkish green, growth upright and bushy, self branching and free-flowering. Bush. Makes a good pot plant.

FUCHSIA Tristesse. Double. Tube pale rose pink, medium length and thichness. Sepals rose pink with green tips. Short, broad and reflexed. Corolla pale lilac-blue, fairly compact, small to medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. A very each easy fuchsia to grow, and one which will make an excellent pot plant. Bush.

FUCHSIA Trumpeter. Triphylla type. Single. Tube pale geranium lake, longer, thick. Sepals pale geranium lake, short and pointed. Corolla of the same colour, short and fairly compact, longer blooms which darken as the flower matures. Foliage blueish-green, longer branches, wiry stems. Growth natural trailer, basket or half-basket.

FUCHSIA Tuonella. Double. Tube reddish pink, medium length and thickness. Sepals reddish pink, longer, broad and reflexed. Corolla pale lavender blue with reddish veins, and reddish shading at the base of the petals. Medium-sized, compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, and bushy, vigorous and free-flowering. Easy to grow. Bush.

FUCHSIA U.F.O. Single. Tube white, flushed pale pink, short and thick. Sepals light, long and narrow, reflexingright up to the tube. Corolla lilac-lavender, light at the centre of the petals which opened almost completely flat, saucer-shaped. Foliage medium-green, growth upright, vigorous, self-branching, and free-flowering. A very easy fuchsia to grow, and an unusual shape ofCorolla. Bush.

FUCHSIA Upward Look. Single. Tube carmine, short, medium thickness. Sepals carmine short, broad, held well out from the Corolla. Corolla pale rose- ine purple, paler at the base of the petals. Blooms held erect, pointing upwards from the foliage. Foliage dull medium green, growth upright, bushy, fairly vigorous, very free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Violet Bassett Burr. Double. Tube pink, short, medium thickness. Sepals white, flushed pink and with green tips. Long, narrow and recurving completely to the tube. Corolla pale pinkish lilac, full, rather loose-peddled bloom. Foliage dark green, growth upright, and vigorous, free-flowering, needs early pinching. Bush.

FUCHSIA West Minster Chimes. Semi-double. Tube red, sepals red flushed and veined pale pink. Corolla violet-blue overlaid with blush pink, and with white veining, sepals held out erect. The petals of the Corolla splay out and look very fluffy. Foliage medium light green, growth upright, vigorous, extremely free-flowering, makes an ideal pot plant. Bush.

FUCHSIA Whirlaway. Semi-double. Tube white, medium length and thickness. Sepals white with green tips. Faintly tinged pink. Long, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla white with a faint tinge of pink as the bloom of matures. Medium sized, very loose-petals bloom. Foliage medium green, growth lax upright with longer, willowy branches. Vigorous and free-flowering. Needs constant pinching to keep a good shape. Bush.

FUCHSIA White King. Double. Tube white, short and fairly thick. Sepals white, long, broad, held over the Corolla turning up at the tips. Corolla pure white, very large with pleated, folded petals. Full, fluffy blooms. Foliage medium green, growth natural trailer, vigorous and fairly free-flowering, requires pinching in early growth to get it into shape. A superb fuchsia well worth growing. Basket.

FUCHSIA White Pixie. Single. Tube reddish-carmine, sepals reddish-carmine. Corolla white, veined pink. Smallish flowers very free. Foliage yellowish-green with crimson veins. Growth upright, bushy and hardy, suitable as medium hedge up to three feet. This fuchsia is a sport of pixie, with all the same growth characteristics, well worth the effort. Medium to large bush.

FUCHSIA White Queen. Single. Tube creamy-white, long, fairly thick. Sepals creamy-white, short, broad and held out from the Corolla. Corolla salmon-orange, veined carmine deep pink. Fairly long blooms. Small, compact corolla. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous but rather lax. Very free-flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA White Spider. Single. Tube pale pink, long and thin. Sepals pinkish with green tips. Long, narrow and curling upwards. Corolla white with pink veins. Long petals, fairly compact. Foliage medium green, growth upright, vigorous, free-flowering. Can be difficult to get into a decent shape, very easy to grow bush or weeping standard.

FUCHSIA Wildfire. Semi-double. Tube rose-pink, short and thick. Sepals bright rose pink on top, deeper shade of pink on the undersides. Long, broad and curling up over the tube. Corolla cardinal red, ageing to crimson-scarlet, with salmon red shading at the base of the petals. Medium-size compact bloom. Foliage medium green, growth upright, spreading, lax, free-flowering. Low bush or basket, will make a quarter standard.

FUCHSIA Wings ofSong. Double. Double. Tube rose pink, medium length andthickness. Sepals rose pink, long, broad and upturned to the tube. Corolla lavender pink with pink veins. Fairly compact, medium-sized blooms. Foliage medium-green with reddish veins. Growth natural trailer, very vigorous, self-branching and free-flowering. Basket.

FUCHSIA Winston Churchill. Double. Tube pink, medium length thickness. Sepals pink on top, darker on the undersides, green tipped. Short, broad and reflexed. Corolla lavender blue with pinkish veins, and splashed pink on the outer petals. Small to medium-sized, fairly compact blooms. Foliage medium green, growth upright, bushy, self-branching and free-flowering. Will make a good pot plant, can be erratic in its flowering time. Bush or full standard.

FUCHSIA Yuletide. Double. Tube crimson, medium length and width. Sepals crimson. Corolla creamy-white, full, large. Foliage medium to darkish green. Growth upright, vigorous, bushy and free-flowering. Bush or half standard. An extremely nice looking flower, extra-large can be late.

FUCHSIA Abbe Farges. Semi-double. Sepal light cerise, Corolla lilac. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Achievement. Single. Sepal reddish cerise, corolla reddish purple. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Admiration. Single. Sepal bright red, tipped yellowish green, Corolla Indian Lake. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Alice Hoffman. Semi-double. Sepal rose, corolla white veined rose. Compact and bushy. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Alison Ryle. Semi-double. Sepal bright pink, corolladeeper Blue ageing to lavender. Large blooms.

FUCHSIA A.M. Larwick. Single. Sepal deep carmine, Corolla violet purple shaded mauve. Longer tube. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Amathyst Fire. Double. Sepal red veined coral pink. Corolla amathyst blue splashed and speckled pink. Bush. Large flower.

FUCHSIA Amy Lye. Single. Sepal cerise veined white, Corolla coral orange, standard, basket. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Andenken An Helnrich Henkel. Triphylla Type. Rosy-crimson,feint cinnabar. Basket or bush. Medium long blooms.

FUCHSIA Annabell. Double. Sepal white with pink flush, Corolla white with pink veins. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Arcadia. Single. Sepal red-ceries, Corolla magenta red. Longer tube. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Arlendon. Semi-double. Sepal Rose, Corolla white, veined cerise. (Snowcap Improved ??). Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Ariel. (Bracillaris). Tiny crimson red flowers. Miniture foliage. Very bushy. Basket or bush.

FUCHSIA Army Nurse. Semi-double. Sepal deep carmine, corolla bluish violet flushed pink. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Avalanche. Double. Sepal scarlet, corolla violet. Basket. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Bashful. Double. Sepal deep pink. Corolla white, veined red. ( 7 dwarfs collection). Small compact plant. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Beacon. Single. Sepals scarlet-cerise. Corolla mauvish-pink. Bright. Self-branching. Good bedding plant. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Beauty ofCliffe Hall. Single. Sepals white tinge to pink. Corolla pink veined salmon. Medium sized flowers.

FUCHSIA Beauty of Exeter. Semi-double. Sepal pale cerise. Corolla rosy-salmon. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Beauty of Prussia. Double. Sepal scarlet veined pink. Corolla scarlet lake veined salmon-red. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Bicentennial. Double. Sepal white flush Indian orange. Corolla magenta veined orange. Basket. Standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Blue Bonnet. Double. Sepal deep red. Corolla medium to deep Blue. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Blue Bush. Single. Sepals rosy-red. Corolla blue ageing to violet. Bush. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Blue Gown. Double. Sepal red-cerise. Corolla purple, veined and splashed pink. Very strong bush. Standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Blue Tit. Single. Sepal scarlet-red. Corolla violet, veined red, pink at base. Bush. Half standard. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Bon Bon. Double. Sepal pale pink. Corolla pale shell pink. Bush. Standard. Basket. Very full medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Brilliant. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla violet magenta, veined red. Very free flowering. Bush or standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Caesar. Double. Sepal red. Corolla purple fading to burgundy. Rose shaped flowers. Lax bush. Extra large flowers.

FUCHSIA Caledonia. Single. Sepal cerise. Corolla crimson. Spreading habit. Bush. 2 ft. high. Medium sized flowers.

FUCHSIA Cambridge Louie. Single. Sepal pinks with orange stripes. Corolla rosy-pink. Bushy. Free-flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Cardinal Farges. Semi-double. Sepal pale cerise. Corolla white, veined cerise. Bush. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Carl Drude. Semi-double. Sepal red. Corolla white, veined and splashed red. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Carnea. Single. Sepal scarlet veined red. Corolla purple splashed red. Spreading bush. Small flowers. Very free-flowering.

FUCHSIA Charming. Single. Sepal carmine. Corolla rosy-purple. Bushy. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Chilerton Beauty. Single. Sepal pale rose-pink. Corolla mauvish-violet. Bush. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA C.J. Howlett. Semi-double. Sepal light scarlet. Corolla light cerise-mauve. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Cliff’s Hardy. Single. Sepal crimson tipped green. Corolla campanula violet. Bushy. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA China Lantern. Single. Sepals white. Corolla rosy pink. Bush. Standard. Medium sized flowers .

FUCHSIA Clifton Charm. Single. Sepal bright cerise. Corolla deep lilac. Bush. Standard. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Cloverdale Pearl. Single. Sepal pink. Corolla white. Bush. Standard. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Connie. Double. Sepal cerise. Corolla Grow white veined cerise. Bush. Standard. Large flowers .

FUCHSIA Conspicua. Single. Sepal brightred. Corolla white, veined and splashed red. Bush. Standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Constance. Double. Sepal soft pink. Corolla bluish mauve. Bush. Standard. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Coral Rose. Double. Sepal coral pink. Corolla rose-pink. Bush. Good for rockeries. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Corrallina. Single. Sepal bright scarlet. Corolla which purple. Bush. Standard. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Cotton Candy. Double. Sepal pale-pink. Corolla clear pink. Bush. Half standard. Basket. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Crackerjack. Semi-double. Sepal white flushed pink. Corolla purple, veined white and splashed pink. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Daisy Bell. Single. Sepal salmon tipped green. Corolla orange splashed and veined salmon. Basket. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA David. Single. Sepal cerise. Corolla cardinal purple. Bush. Standard. Very free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Diana Wright. Single. Sepal pale pink, splashed salmon. Corolla pale pink, veined cerise. Small foliage. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Display. Single. Sepal pink. Corolla deep pink. Bush. Standard. Extremely free flowering. Medium flowers. Corolla flares out.

FUCHSIA Doc. Single. Sepal red. Corolla pale purple. ( 7 dwarfs collection). Bush. Very free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Dollar Princess. Double. Sepals cerise. Corolla rich purple veined cerise. Strong bush. Full standard. Medium sized flowers.

FUCHSIA Don Peralta. Semi-double. Sepal dark red veined rose. Corolla deep rose. Bush. Basket. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Dopey. Double. Sepal red. Corolla scarlet tinged with purple. ( 7 dwarfs collection). Free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Drame. Semi-double. Sepal scarlet. Corolla violet-purple. Bush. Very strong standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Dr Foster. Single. Sepal scarlet veined red. Corolla violet splashed scarlet. Stronger upright bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Edith. Semi-double. Sepal red. Corolla lavender. Free flowering. Bush. Sport from Margaret. 3-4 ft. hedging fuchsia.

FUCHSIA Ed Lagarde. Double. Sepal white, pink underneath. Corolla purple, with pink patches. Basket. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA El Cid. Single. Sepals bright red. Corolla reddish purple, veined pink. Bush. Standard. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Elena Rawlings. Single. Sepal carmine veined cerise. Corolla magenta splashed cerise. Bush. Standard. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Elf. Single. Sepal red. Corolla cherry-red. Compact. Very free flowering. Low-growing. Ideal rockery plant.

FUCHSIA Elfin Glade. Single. Sepal pink with mauve veins. Corolla pink veined light red. Bush. Very free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Ellen Morgan. Double. Sepal white, splashed pink with green tips. Corolla purple veined neyron-rose. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Ella. Semi-double. Sepals flesh pink. Corolla blush magenta with pink veins. Very free flowering. Bush. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Emile Zola. Single. Sepals red. Corolla rosy-magenta, veined red. Bush. Very free flowering. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Empress of Prussia. Single. Sepal bright scarlet. Corolla scarlet lake. Bush. Very strong grower. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Enfant Prodigue. Double. Sepal crimson. Corolla bluish purple. Uprightbush. Medium flowers. 3 ft.in height, hedging fuchsia.

FUCHSIA Eschott Elf. Single. Sepal bluish pink. Corolla white veined pink. Trailer. Very dwarf growing. Ideal rockery plant. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Ethel Wilson. Single. Sepal pale pink shading to white. Corolla pink at base, darkening to cerise. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Eurydice. Double. Sepal red with white veins. Corolla pure white. Bush. Free flowering. Large to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Eva Boerg. Semi-double. Sepal pinkish white. Corolla pinkish purple. Basket. Very free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Fanfare. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla Turkey red veined cerise. Bush. Free flowering. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA F. Globosa. Single. Sepal red. Corolla purple. Quite free flowering. Bushy. A very odd cultivar. Not very easy to obtain.

FUCHSIA Flash. Single. Sepal light magenta. Corolla magenta red, veined pink. Very free flowering. Bush. Small flowers

FUCHSIA Florence Turner. Single. Sepal pinkish white, light tips. Corolla pinkish purple with white veins. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Forget Me Not. Single. Sepal pale pink splashed blue. Corolla light blue with pink veins. Bush. Free flowering. Small flowers .

FUCHSIA Frank Unsworth. Double. Sepal white splashed pink. Corolla white splashed and veined pink. Basket. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Frau Hilde Rademacher. Double. Sepal deep red veined mauve. Corolla lilac blue, splashed cerise. Free. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Fred's First. Double. Sepals deep purplish pink. Corolla vivid purple veined rose. Free flowering. Medium flowers. 18 in.

FUCHSIA F. Thompsonii. Single. Sepal bright scarlet. Corolla purple veined scarlet. Very free flowering. Small flowers. Hedging plant.

FUCHSIA Garden Beauty. Double. Sepal rose red. Corolla violet blue splashed red. Free flowering. Medium-sized blooms. Bush .

FUCHSIA Garden News. Double. Sepal frosty rose pink. Corolla shades of magenta veined pink. Very free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA General Monk. Double. Sepal cerise-rose. Corolla bluish mauve, veined rose. Free flowering. Medium to large flower. Bush .

FUCHSIA General Voyron. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla reddish magenta, paler at the base. Free flowering. Medium flower. Bush.

FUCHSIA Genii. Single. Sepal cerise. Corolla violet. Small flowers. Bushy. Not very free flowering. Ornamental foliage. Bush.

FUCHSIA Gerald Drewitt. Single. Sepal pale pink. Corolla greyish blue, splashed rose pink. Small flowers. Free flowering. Bush .

FUCHSIA Glow. Single. Sepals cerise. Corolla reddish violet. Small to medium flowers. Free flowering. 2 ft. bush.

FUCHSIA Gold Brocade. Single. Sepal pink. Corolla purple veined and streaked pink. Small flowers. Ornamental foliage. Bush .

FUCHSIA Golden Lena. Semi-double. Sepal red. Corolla darker red. Free flowering. Bush. Ornamental foliage. Sport from Lena. bush .

FUCHSIA Golden Melody. Double. Sepals deep pink splashed blue. Corolla blue fading to lavender. Free flowering. Ornamental foliage. Bush .

FUCHSIA Goldsworth Beauty. Single. Pale cerise veined red. Corolla reddish purple splashed pink. Medium flowers. Free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Gracillis Variegata. Single. Sepal deep red. Corolla deep purple. Free flowering. Small flowers. Ornamental foliage. Bush .

FUCHSIA Graaf Witte. Single. Sepals carmine. Corolla purple. Free flowering. Small flowers. Ornamental foliage. Bush.

FUCHSIA Grayrigg. Single. Sepal blush pink. Corolla palest blue veined and splashed pink. Free flowering. Bush. Upright. 2 ft.

FUCHSIA Grumpy. Single. Sepal deeper pink. Corolla navy blue. Bush.( 7 dwarfs collection ). Small flowers. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Happy. Single. Sepal red. Corolla white with red splashes. Bush.( 7 dwarfs collection). Small flowers. Free flowering. Easy to grow.

FUCHSIA Happy Fellow. Single. Sepal rose tipped green. Corolla orange veined and streaked rose. Bush. Free flowering. Delicate.

FUCHSIA Hawkshead. Single. Sepal white. Corolla white flushpale mauve. Free flowering. Bush. Self branching.

FUCHSIA Heathfield. Double. Sepal creamy pink with magenta veins. Corolla magenta-rose. Waxy flowers. Stronger. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Heidi Ann. Double. Sepal crimson. Corolla bright lilac veined cerise. Bush. Upright. Free flowering. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Herald. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla deep bluish purple. Bush. Free flowering. Strong grower. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Herbe de.Jacques. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla pale scarlet veined and streaked deep pink. Basket. Ornamental foliage.

FUCHSIA Heritage. Semi-double. Sepal scarlet. Corolla rich purple. Bush. Free flowering. A very deep rich colouring. Larger flower.

FUCHSIA Heron. Single. Sepal deeper scarlet. Corolla violet blue, veined and splashed red. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA H.G. Brown. Single. Sepals scarlet. Corolla very dark red. Bush. Extremely free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Hollywood Park. Semi-double. Sepal cerise veined pink. Corolla white shading to pink. Free flowering. Medium flowers. Bush.

FUCHSIA Howletts Hardy. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla violet purple, veined. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Hugh Morgan. Semi-double. Sepal neyron-rose, carmine flushed crimson underside. Corolla white flushed rose. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Humboldt Holiday. Double. Sepal violet, splashed pink. Corolla white flushed pink. Basket. Standard. Larger flowers.

FUCHSIA Imprudence. Single. Sepal light red. Corolla white veined and slashed rose-pink. Bush. Free Flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Isis. Single. Sepal crimson. Corolla crimson. Free flowering. Bush. Self branching. Reddish leaves. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA James Travis. Double. Sepal bright cardinal red. Corolla vivid purple, veinedred. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Janet Williams. Double. Sepal red. Corolla blue with a red veins. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Janie. Double. Sepal white. Corolla lavender blue, veined white. Free flowering. Very bushy. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Jennifer Hampson. Double. Sepal cerise with purple veins. Corollapurple splashed pink. Basket. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Jester. Semi-double. Sepal cerise. Corolla royal purple veined cerise. Free flowering. Long flowers. Larger flowers. Bush or standard.

FUCHSIA Joan Cooper. Single. Sepals rose Opal, tipped green. Corolla cherry-red, veined rose. Bush. Whippy growth. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Joan Leach. Single. Sepal deep pink. Corolla light blue flushed pink. Free flowering. Low-growing. Bush. Rockery plant.

FUCHSIA Joy Patmore. Single. Sepals waxy white. A Corolla which carmine, flushed white. Free flowering. Bush. Standard. Medium flower or.

FUCHSIA Justins Pride. Single. Sepal neyron rose. Corolla deep cerise pink. Bush. Free flowering. Self branching. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Jewel. Single. Sepal carmine splashed and veined salmon. Corolla purple veined carmine. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Kerry Ann. Single. Sepal neyron rose. Corolla Aster violet, splashed and veined rose-pink. Free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Lady Boothby. Single. Sepal crimson. Corolla dark purple veined cerise. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Lakeside. Single. Sepal reddish pink. Corolla bluish violet veined bright pink. Basket. Free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Laleham Lass. Single. Sepal Ivory flushed pink. Corolla orange salmon with pink veins. Lax bush. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA La Neige. Double. Sepal white tinged pink, green tips. Corolla white with pink flush. Basket. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Lady Thumb. Semi-double. Sepal red veined light carmine. Corolla white veined carmine. Upright bush. Small flowers. Very free.

FUCHSIA Lavender Blue. Single. Sepal pale-pink. Corolla blue splashed and veined cerise. Free flowering. Bush. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Lena. Semi-double. Sepal pale flesh pink. Corolla rose magenta. Lax bush. Free flowering. Basket. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA L'enfant Prodique. Semi-double. Sepal cerise veined salmon. Corolla Royal purple splashed with cerise. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Liebriez. Semi-double. Sepal pale cerise. Corolla pinkish white veined pink. Free flowering. Bush. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Lilac Dainty. Double. Sepal. Red fading to lilac. Corolla lilac with red patches. Free flowering. Bushy. Quite small flowers.

FUCHSIA Lindisfarne. Semi-double. Sepal pale pink fading to white at tips. Roller rich dark violet, pink at base. Bush. Free flowering. Medium.

FUCHSIA Little Jewel. Single. Sepal very dark carmine. Corolla light purple splashed with carmine. Free flowering. Bushy. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Lottie Hobby. Single. Sepal dull scarlet. Corolla deep scarlet. Bush. Miniature foliage, and very small flowers. Low-growing.

FUCHSIA Lucerowe. Double. Sepal cerise, splashed and veined lilac. Corolla lilac fading to magenta. Bush. Free Flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Lycoides. Single. Sepal deeper red. Corolla rosy purple splashed red. Free flowering. Bush. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Lyes Own. Single. Sepal waxy white splashed pink. Corolla pinkish lilac veined white. Free flowering. Bushy. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Lynne Marshall. Single. Sepal white fading to pale pink. Corolla cardinal purple, red at base. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Madam Cornelissen. Semi-double. Sepal red. Corolla magenta veined and splashed red. Bush. Free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Madam Van Der Strasse. Single. Sepal reddish cerise. Corolla white veined and streaked cerise. Free flowering. Good bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Magallacia Alba. Species. Single. Sepal white. Corolla pale lilac veined white. Free flowering. Bush. Ornamental.

FUCHSIA Magallacia Gracilous Tricolour. Species. Single. Sepal red. Corolla purple veined red. Free flowering. Bush. Ornamental.

FUCHSIA Magallacia Gracilous Variagata. Species. Single. Sepal red. Corolla purple veined red. Free flowering. Bush. Ornamental..

FUCHSIA Margaret. Semi-double. Sepal carmine veined scarlet. Corolla violet veined and streaked cerise. Large bush. Free flowering. Medium.

FUCHSIA Margaret Brown. Single. Sepal rose-pink. Corolla light rose Bengal. Bush. Free flowering. Short jointed. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Margaret Roe. Single. Sepal rosy red, Corolla pale violet purple. Bush. Free flowering. Good bedding plant. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Margaret Swales. Semi-double. Sepal ivory-pink with green tips. Corolla carmine-rose with white marbling. Basket. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Margarite Dawson. Double. Sepal pale rose veined white. Corolla white slashed rose. Free flowering. Bush .Upright. Ex Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Margery Blake. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla purple veined and splashed scarlet. Bush. Free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Mary Thorne. Single. Sepal turkey red. Corolla violet with red veins at base. Bush. Free flowering. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Mauve Lace. Double. Sepal red with mauve streaks. Corolla mauve with cerise veins. Bush. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Meditation. Double. Sepal red. Corolla cream veined cerise. Bush. Free flowering. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Mephisto. Single. Sepals scarlet. Corolla deep crimson with scarlet veining. Upright bush. Free flowering. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Merlin. Single. Sepal bright red flushed pink. Corolla deep purple flushed pink. Upright bushy. Medium flowers. Very free.

FUCHSIA Merry Mary. Double. Sepal pink, lighter pink at tips. Corolla white veined and splashed deep pink. Basket. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Mischief. Single. Sepal light pink splashed carmine. Corolla mauve maturing to deep pink. Upright. Dwarf bush. Very free.

FUCHSIA Mission Bells. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla cardinal purple, veined and splashed pink at base. Upright bush. Medium to large flowers.

FUCHSIA Monsignor Thibauld. Single. Sepal cerise red. Corolla magenta veined and splashed cerise. Large bush. Free flowering. Large flower.

FUCHSIA Montrose Village. Double. Sepal white veined and streaked violet. Corolla white veined and flushed pink salmon. Ex Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Monument. Double. Sepals carmine veined purple. Corolla purple splashed pink veined white. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Mount Stewart. Double. Sepal red with overtones of purple. Corolla deep purple. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Mr A. Huggett. Single. Sepals cerise veined and splashed salmon. Corolla mauve veined cerise. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Mr W. Rundle. Single. Sepal pale rose veined salmon. Corollaorange vermillion. Upright bush. Medium flowers. Very Free.

FUCHSIA Mrs J. D. Fredericks. Single. Sepal salmon pink veined carmine. Corolla dark pink flush carmine. Upright. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Mrs Palmer. Semi-double. Sepal red veined pink. Corolla magenta veins and splashed red. Bush. Very free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Mrs Popple. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla purple veined cerise. Strong upright grower. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Mrs Susan Pugh. Single. Sepal orange red flushed cerise. Corolla deep orange-red splashed purple. Free flowering. Large flower.

FUCHSIA Mrs W. P.Wood. Single. Sepal pale pink. Corolla pure white veined and streaked pink. Bushy. Free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Navy Blue. Single. Sepal deep pink flushed white. Corolla navy-blue flushed pink. Free flowering. Medium flower. Bush. 2 ft.

FUCHSIA Neapolitan. Species. Single. Miniature flowers. White, pink, red. All colours appear on one plant. Miniature foliage.

FUCHSIA Neue Welt. Single. Sepal bright red veined mauve. Corolla violet veined red. Free flowering. Small flowers. Bush.

FUCHSIA Nicola Jane. Double. Sepal cerise flushed pink. Corolla pale pink splashed and veined red. Free flowering. Large flowers. Bush.

FUCHSIA Norman Mitchinson. Single. Sepal cerise overlaid waxy white green tips. Corolla rich purple, white at base. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Odd Fellow. Double. Sepal pale pink green tips. Corolla white splashed and veined pink. Bush. Standard. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Oetnang. Single. Sepal pink with white veins. Corolla maroon, with pink splashes. Free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Old Somerset. Single. Sepal red. Corolla red. Upright bush. Free flowering. Small to medium flowers. Ornamental.

FUCHSIA Oosje. (Bracillaris). Miniature flowers and foliage. Pink. Very hardy bush.

FUCHSIA Papoose. Single. Sepal bright red flushed purple. Corolla very dark purple. Basket. Very free flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Paula Bayliss. Single. Sepal red veined pink. Corolla lavender pink splashed red at base. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Pee Wee Rose. Semi-double. Sepal pink flushed carmine. Corolla cerise veined and flushed deep pink. Bush. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Peggy King. Single. Sepal rose-red. Corolla peony purple flushed red at base. Free flowering. Bush. Small to medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Phyllis. Semi-double. Sepal waxy rose veined cerise. Corolla rosy cerise flushed pink. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Phyrne. Double. Sepal rich cerise. Corolla white veined cerise with specks of carmine. Bush. Standard. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Pink Goon. Double. Sepal red. Corolla apple blossom pink veined deeper pink. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Pink Jade. Single. Sepal pink tipped green. Corolla Orchid pink splashed deeper rose. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Pink Lace. Double. Sepal red with white veins. Corolla pink splashed and veined red. Bush. Free Flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Pink Pearl. Double. Sepal pale-pink. Corolla deeper pink veined and flashed white. Free flowering. Bush. Standard. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Pixie. Single. Sepal pale-cerise. Corolla rosy mauve flushed and veined carmine. Free flowering. Bush. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Playboy. Double. Sepal red-cerise veined mauve. Corolla rose pink veined cerise. Bush. Free flowering. Self branching.

FUCHSIA Pole Star. Single. Sepal red veined white. Corolla white flecked and splashed light red. Free flowering. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Port Arthur. Semi-double. Sepal red flushed purple. Corolla bluish purple veined white and red. Bush. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Powder Puff. Double. Sepal red veined white. Corolla white with slashes of deep pink. Bush. Standard. Miniature. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Prelude. Single. Sepal white flushed deep purple. Corolla pink with white and purple patches. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA President. Single. Sepal bright red flushed magenta. Corolla rosy-magenta veins red. Bush. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA President Leo B Boullemier. Single. Sepal magenta veined white. Corolla magenta. Bush. Very flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Prince of Orange. Single. Sepal waxy salmon pink. Corolla deep orange salmon flushed pink. Bush. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Princessita. Single. Sepal white on top pink underneath. Corolla deep rose pink veined white. Basket. Free flowering. Medium.

FUCHSIA Prodigy. Semi-double. Sepal crimson veined blue. Corolla bluish purple flushed crimson. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Profusion. Single.Sepal white flushed purple. Corolla violet-purple veined white. Bush. Free Flowering. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Prosperity. Double. Sepal crimson. Corolla pale pink flushed and veined rose red. Bush. Standard. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Pumilla. Single. Sepal crimson splashed mauve. Corolla mauvish purple veined carmine. Bush. Dwarf. Good rockery plant. Small.

FUCHSIA Purple lace. Double. Sepal deep red. Corolla purple specked, veined and flushed red. Bush. Self branching. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Purple Profusion. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla reddish purple with white veined. Upright bush. Free flowering. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Orray. Single. Sepal white edged rose pink. Corolla mauvish-violet flushed pink. Free flowering. Lax bush. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Radcliff Beauty. Single. Sepal claret rose veined crimson. Corolla bishops violet splashed crimson. Free flowering bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Radcliff Bedder. Semi-double. Sepal crimson splashed and veined carmine. Corolla spectrum violet. Free flowering. Bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Radings Michelle. (Species). Single. Sepal pink. Corolla pale pink. Miniature flowers and foliage. Bush. Basket. Very hardy.

FUCHSIA Reading Show. Double. Sepal red veined and streaked cerise. Corolla deep-blue flush with purple. Free flowering. Bush.

FUCHSIA Red Imp. Double. Sepal red. Corolla dark purple fading to wine red flecked carmine. Bush. Standard. Very large flowers.

FUCHSIA Riccartonii. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla dark purple veined lavender. Small flowers. Hedging fuchsia. 4 ft. plus in height.

FUCHSIA Romance. Double. Sepal white tipped green. Corolla bluish violet fading to pale lavender pink. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Rosecroft Beauty. Semi-double. Sepal crimson. Corolla white flushed and veins cerise. Bush. Free flowering. Ornamental.

FUCHSIA Rose of Castille. Single. Sepal waxy white tipped green. Corolla purple flushed and veined rose. Free flowering. Standard. Bush.

FUCHSIA Rose ofCastille Improved. Single. Sepal fresh pink. Corolla violet purple veined and splashed rose. Free flowering. Standard.

FUCHSIA Rose Reverie. Double. Sepal cream rose tipped green. Corolla purple veined and flush rose pink. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Rothbury Beauty. Double. Sepal red veined white. Corolla pink flushed and specked cerise. Standard. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Royal Purple. Semi-double. Sepal deep cerise veined mauve. Corolla rich purple splashed cerise. Standard. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Rufus. Single. Sepal bright turkey red. Corolla bright turkey red. Strong upright bush. Free flowering. Medium sized flower.

FUCHSIA Sam Mateo. Double. Sepal pink veined white. Corolla rich parma violet splashed pink. Bush. Standard. Large flowers. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Santa Claus. Double. Sepal bright red. Corolla snowy white veined and splashed red. Lax bush. Self branching. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Santa Cruz. Double. Sepal deep red. Corolla orchid pink veined and striped rose. Stronger upright push. Free flowering. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Scarcity. Single. Sepal scarlet veined and striped cerise. Corolla purple fading to scarlet at base. Free flowering. Larger flowers.

FUCHSIA Schneeball. Semi-double. Sepal pink on top red underneath. Corolla white veined and flecked pale pink. Bedding plant. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Schneewitchen. Single. Sepal deep pink. Corolla purplish pink specked light pink. Free flowering. Small to medium flowers. Bush.

FUCHSIA Schneewitcher. Single. Sepal rich waxy red. Corolla rich velvet red streaked deep pink. Free flowering. Small to medium flowers. Bush.

FUCHSIA Seaforth. Single. Sepal cream veined white. Corolla lilac pink with splashes of white. Free flowering. Bush. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA SealandPrince. Single. Sepal light red veined purple. Corolla violet purple fading to magenta. Free flowering. Bush. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Sebastopol. Double. Sepal white veined and Streakedpink. Corolla white flushed pale pink. Free flowering. Bush. Large flowers.

FUCHSIA Shapitor. Single. Sepal pale pinkish white. Corolla blush pink flushed and streaked white. Free flowering bush. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Silverdale. Single. Sepal ivory flushed pink. Corolla pale lilac veined pink. Free flowering.Bush. Large flowers. Self branching.

FUCHSIA Silver Pink. Single. Sepals deep pink veined carmine. Corolla silver pink veined white. Free flowering. Bush. Medium large flower.

FUCHSIA Sleepy. Single. Sepal pale pink. Corolla lavender blue fading to deep pink. ( 7 dwarf collection). Free flowering low-growing bush.

FUCHSIA Sneezy. Single. Sepal red blushed purple. Corolla deep purple veined, streaked red. ( 7 dwarf collection). Free flowering. Low bush.

FUCHSIA Snowcap. Semi-double. Sepal bright red. Corolla snowy white fading to pink. Free flowering. Strong grower. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Son of Thumb. Single. Sepal cerise. Corolla lavender veined and flushed cerise pink. Very free flowering. Bush. Bedding plant.

FUCHSIA Steeley. Double. Sepal white. Corolla deep violet veined and streaked white. Lax bush. Needs pinching. Extra large flowers.

FUCHSIA Strawberry Delight. Double. Sepal waxy crimson. Corolla white flush to carmine rose veined pink-strawberry. Ornamental. Free.

FUCHSIA Sylvia. Double. Sepal scarletcerise veined white. Corolla white veined cerise, scarlet flush. Bush. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Slyvy. Single. Sepal pink flushed to purple. Corolla light purple veined and streaked pale pink. Free flowering. Bush. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Temptation. Single. Sepal white flushed orange. Corolla white veined and splashed orange rose. Free flowering. Medium flowers.

FUCHSIA Tennessee Waltz. Double. Sepal rose madder.Corolla lilac lavender flushed pink at base. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA The Doctor. Double. Sepal flesh pink flush rose. Corolla rosy salmon veined deep pink. Lax bush. Basket. Standard. Large flower.

FUCHSIA The Tarns. Single. Pale-pink flush salmon. Corolla violet flushed and splashed rose. Free flowering. Bush. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Thompsonii. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla purple veins scarlet. Free flowering. Very early. Hedging plant. Excellent. 4 ft. High.

FUCHSIA Thornley'sHardy. Single. Sepal waxy white veined red. Corolla rich deep red. Lax bush. Basket. Weeping standard. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Tinker Bell. Single. Sepal red. Corolla white flushed and veined red. Upright growth. Free flowering. Quarter standard. Small.

FUCHSIA Tom Thumb. Single. Sepal carmine veined mauve. Corolla mauve veined and splashed cerise. Free flowering. Short jointed. Small.

FUCHSIA Tom West. Single. Sepal red veined purple. Corolla purple flecked deep pink. Bush. Free flowering. Ornamental. Small flowers.

FUCHSIA Tolling Bells. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla white veined and streaked cerise. Free flowering. Strong bush. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Tracid. Semi-double. Sepal red. Corolla pale pink flushed, veined deep pink. Free flowering. Bush. Standard. Medium to large flower.

FUCHSIA Trase. Double. Sepal carmine veined cerise. Corolla white specked and veined cerise. Upright bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Tropical Sunset. Double. Sepal carmine veined white. Corolla deep purple flushed, veined carmine. Bush. Ornamental. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Trudy. Single. Sepal Rhodamine pink. Corolla cyclamen pink flecked orange. Bush. Frell-shaped.. Beell-shaped. . Beell-shaped. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Voltair. bright red. Corolla sharp purple veined red. Free flowering. Very strong grower. Standard. Medium flower.

FUCHSIA Wagtails White Pixie. Single. Sepal scarlet. Corolla white flushed red at base. Small flower. Known as White Pixie.

FUCHSIA Waldfee. Single. Sepal soft lilac pink. Corolla soft lilac pink flushed salmon pink. Free flowering. Bush. Small flower. Strong.

FUCHSIA Waveney Sunrise. Single. Sepal pink veinered. Free flowering. Bush. Self branching. Ornamental foliage. Small flower.

FUCHSIA White Farges. Semi-double. Sepals white veined red. Corolla white with blush red base. Sport from Abbe Farges. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Whiteknight's Amethyst. Single. Red veined purple. Corolla violet flushed and splashed purple. Strong grower. Small flower.

FUCHSIA Whiteknight's Blush. Single. Sepal pale pink veined white. Corolla clear pink flushed deep pink. Strong grower. Free flowering.

FUCHSIA Whiteknight's Pearl. Single. Sepals pale pink veined white. Corolla clear pink flushed deep salmon-pink. Strong grower. Small.

FUCHSIA White Lace. Double. Sepal deep red. Corolla white flushed and specked crimson. Free flowering. Bush. Self branching. Medium.

FUCHSIA Woodside. Double. Sepal rosy red veined white. Corolla pale lilac flushed rose pink. Upright growth. Free flowering. Large flower.

FUCHSIA W.P. Wood. Single. Sepal scarlet veined blue. Corolla violet blue flushed scarlet at base. Bush. Free flowering. Medium flower.

 

 

Readers Comments
alan york. uk 10.31
Fuschia plants do not tolerate mid-day sun and heat and the plant will likely suffer if it receives too much heat and sun. The location should ideally have at least some protection from harsh winds, because some fuschia blossoms are delicate. Fuschia plants are shade-tolerant perennials that produce abundant blooms. The ornamental flowers grow in shades of pink, red, purple and white.
Ian Derby. uk 12.19

Fuschia plants like the sun, but they can't hack the heat, so a sunny indoor spot in front of a window works very well for this type of plant when growing them in the house. If you are keeping them outside, try a shady area. Fuschia plants are shade-tolerant perennials that produce abundant blooms. The ornamental flowers grow in shades of pink, red, purple and white.

Craig Perth .uk 2.12

Fuschia plants have been ordinarily grown as enclosure plants and usually endure winter outdoor in the southernmost areas of the uk. The plants need insurance during the winter in cooler climates. Fuschia plants are native to South America and are known for their dark green foliage and colorful blooms. These plants are commonly grown in moist gardens as shrubs.

don woking uk 4.26

Fuchsia Growing. Deadheading is simply snipping off the flower head after it wilts. This will make the fuchsia plant produce more fuchsia flowers. Pinching out creates a fuchsia plant th be much bushier plus that way more blooms are produced. Fuchsias are prone to becoming leggy unless they are usually pinched out. Pinching out makes the particular fuchsia flower much bushier and also so much more blooms are produced. Fuchsias are prone to becoming leggy unless they are pinched out.

Les birmingham uk 9.14

Hanging fuchsias are perfect for either wine barrels or for hanging pots, which can give your garden a multi-leveled appeal. With proper care, they will flower throughout spring and summer. Hanging baskets are widely used to create a green colourful effect in the or outside the house. Mostly fuchsia hanging baskets are useful in summer season. Hang it up your fuchsia basket in a cool (45F to 50F) basement and check it every couple of weeks during winter, adding only enough water to keep it from drying out. It won't need any light during the resting period.

Martin sunderland uk 12.53

Trailing fuchias are ideal on their own or plant in mixed baskets. many fuchsia growers offer some of the more traditional varieties that have proven themselves during the British Summer over the years, as well as introducing a few new and improved fuchsia varieties where where there is better performance Trailers will’ flop’ over the front of the bed and, as they mature, will hold their stems stiffly above the ground and trail over.

alan kidderminster uk

My indoor fuchsias are gorgeous for they thrive with the cooler temperatures of the season. Several of my Proven Winners fuchsias are flowering profusely. I also have several hanging baskets of Dainty Angel Earrings fuchsias. The name aptly describes the diminutive pink and purple blossoms. The attractive seen red on leaf stalks and the new growth also add much-needed color to the indoors.

Gareth bridport uk

In addition to being heavy eaters, fuchsias are also thirsty plants. I usually keep mine in double pots, with sphagnum moss packed between them, by keeping the moss wet, I don't have to water the plants quite as often.

Generally, the orange- or red-flowered fuchsias are more heat-tolerant than the white or blue ones. The following are some of the most popular heat-tolerant fuchsias: 'Constance,' 'Autumnale,' 'Daisy Bell,' 'Orange Drops,' 'Cardinal,' 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt,' 'Checkerboard,' 'Machu Picchu,' 'Billy Green,' 'First Love,' 'Santa Cruz,' 'Chang,' 'Countess of Aberdeen,' 'Swingtime,' 'Eternal Flame,' 'Sacramento Bells,' 'Winston Churchill,' 'Buttercup,' 'California,' 'Southgate,' 'Golden Gate' andF. magellanica'Aurea'.

James Allantown

Fuchsias are not sun lovers, as strong sun stresses the plants, and can be particularly detrimental to the lighter coloured bloomers. The ideal conditions for Fuchsias are for them to catch the morning sun and afternoon sun, while staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day. Fuchsias, particularly potted and basket specimens, benefit from regular pruning. In warm climates prune again in summer after the main flush which will encourage a second flush of flowers in autumn.

The more food a fuchsia gets the more it flowers. Every expert has his or her favorite fertilizer products and special feeding regimens, but the truth is that fuchsias respond to any acid-based fertilizer.

Gary Bristol

Fuchsias are looking stunning at the moment and there wouldn't be a more spectacular hanging basket plant in the spring. Fuchsias require a light but cool position. Fuchsias are just superb and are available with combinations of colours. They have wonderful flowers and their cascading form is perfect for hanging displays. Fuchsias are prone to becoming leggy unless they are pinched out.

 

 

 



 

Fuchsia plants usually flower on new growth. Consequently, absolutely no fuchsia blooms on the plant is generally an indication the plant needs to be cut or pinched. Grabbing may pressure your own fuchsia plant to develop brand new branches.

Fuchsia plants grown in your home gardening room are preferred for his or her interesting shape as well as daring colour. These types of lively bushes develop because more than 100 species of deciduous or even time tested plants. Blooming within mixtures associated with red-colored, red, magenta, crimson and whitened because flared blossoms which sagg toward the ground, fuchsia vegetation need frequent focus on have them from creating illnesses that can cause substantial injuries.

Fuchsia plants are beautiful flowering bushes that come within colours through pinkish-purple in order to whitened. Fuchsias are typically planted as hanging potted plants, but they're popular as backyard shrubs too. Fuchsias tend to be effectively grown with a minimal amount of treatment; if however your own fuchsia plant is actually dropping leaves, you may want to provide some special interest.

Fuchsia vegetation is bushes, or shrubbery. Like trees and shrubs, bushes come under the traditional category simply because they love a significantly longer time than a solitary year. Thus, officially, all fuchsia plants display traditional development routines. Nevertheless, fuchsias only display perennial growth when developed in the optimal atmosphere. Fuchsia displays ideal development in USDA areas 6 through 9, or even areas by having an average yearly minimal heat range of -10 in order to thirty degrees. When developed in areas apart from these types of, the growth habits of fuchsia changes to match the climate.

Fuchsia vegetation brighten gardens and landscapes along with blooms which come in a variety of colours. Especially popular in hanging baskets and containers, fuchsias will not blossom within temps above seventy six degrees. They like warm days where the temperature remains between sixty and 70 levels as well as night temperatures that are in between 50 as well as 60 levels. Should you look after the fuchsia plant correctly, it will continue to grow as well as blossom each year.

Fuchsia vegetation is native to South Usa and also have vibrant blossoms dangling from the tips of the leaf stems. Although the fuchsia is only sturdy in USDA zone 10, container fuchsias can be relocated indoors before the frost as well as positioned outside once again within springtime. Container fuchsias prosper when daytime temperatures tend to be between 60 and seventy degrees with night temps about 10 levels chillier. Once the fuchsia is actually grown in a container, it needs indirect sunshine as well as every day sprinkling to survive as well as develop.

Fuchsia plants are grown for his or her vibrant, tropical looking blossoms that may blossom en mass, bringing in bees, seeing stars and hummingbirds for your lawn. The majority of fuchsia vegetation is ice tender as well as, consequently, in cooler climates are seasonally grown within hanging baskets, storage containers or as indoor plants, although there are many tougher varieties that may bear light frost for scenery make use of. In hotter environments, fuchsia vegetation can develop all year long with a show associated with vibrant, eye-catching flowers. As appealing as the fuchsia blossoms are, the foliage associated with fuchsia plants may add colour as well as visible curiosity for your environment.

Fuchsia plants (Fuchsia sp.), occasionally called lady's eardrops, grow well and bloom all summer if because of the correct conditions. Renowned for their sagging, tubular blossoms along with lengthy stamens as well as colorful, recurving sepals, fuchsia plants have 1- to 2-feet long, looking stems and plentiful flowers which are often bi-colored, using the flower petals as well as recurving sepals in different colours. Their flowers also appeal to hummingbirds, an added bonus. Fuchsias choose a fan of complete tone, although they may grow in sun if given regular, deep watering. They are generally grown as summer time flowering mounds of plants, but could survive outdoors year round within USDA zones 10 as well as 11.

Fuchsia plants call for an acid dirt, a combination affluent in organic issue. A good compunding consists of one section great backyard loam, one area leaf mildew or even peat moss, and either one section ancient manure or a small complete within not properly hydrated form if you need to blend this your self.

Fuchsia plants might as well be coached in to pyramids in the manner of official English ivy plants. Because the youthful fuchsia shoots slim in order to burst open easily, it requires persistence and a stabilize hands to connect all of them reasonably to the form.

Fuchsia plants are a household of more than 100 varieties that are grown in almost every atmosphere in the world. The actual cultivars consist of outdoor and indoor types, together with a assortment of shrubs and small trees and shrubs. The actual vegetation produce little blossoms in a variety of color choices, such as shades associated with magenta, crimson, pink and white. Fuchsia blossoms frequently appeal to hummingbirds along with other pollinators and come in a number of shapes and sizes, making them ideal for almost any garden.

Fuchsia plants may also be experienced in to pyramids within the method of official British ivy vegetation. Because the youthful fuchsia shoots have a tendency to interrupt merely, it requires endurance along with a gentle hand in order to connect them correctly to the type.

Fuchsia vegetation require a winter dormancy period, that begins just after the very first frost associated with drop. Transferring the guarana plant to some cooler location, with normal temperatures about 45 to 50 levels Y, provides the correct environment. The plant uses less drinking water during this time period, so decreasing watering to simply when the dirt almost gets dry benefits the plant significantly. After winter ends, move the fuchsia grow to it's unique place.

Fuchsia plants are obtainable in numerous plant centers and backyard centers, in addition to through on the internet or even document catalogues. Landscapers should consider how well suited a particular type of fuchsia is perfect for their own environment, along with the colour of the flowers and just how the plant appears. Dedicated fuchsia farmers can frequently multiply baby plants by taking cuttings. Some climates require home gardeners to safeguard

fuchsias during the winter, or take them indoors until spring, while some allow fuchsias to remain outdoors all year long. Home gardeners could also need to follow various gardening guidance depending on whether or not they grow fuchsia plants in the develop or perhaps in containers.

Fuchsia plants, with their abnormally formed, two-toned flowers, help to make a very beautiful addition to the actual lawn. Fuchsia vegetation can be developed within an outdoor garden, however appear best in storage containers or even hanging baskets. The actual brightly colored flowers hanging down from lush, heavy eco-friendly leaves tend to be stunning. Fuchsia vegetation develop best in full sun, but cannot tolerate extreme heat. It is best to plant all of them in regions of the home with incomplete tone. Fuchsia should be properly watered every day as well as given nutrients as well as eco-friendly fertilizer a minimum of every fourteen days.

Fuchsia plants make stunning, vibrant inclusions in nearly any kind of backyard. These plants have blooms which variety in color, including red, red, purple, azure, orange, as well as whitened. The actual plants are generally grown through clippings or pre-grown seedlings, instead of seeds.

Fuchsia vegetation is not hard to grow and in fact, you will find fuchsia growing very generously in the correct locations around your home. The hanging containers will over flow and hang down along with stunning flowers so long as you have provided the right kind associated with care.

Fuchsia plants have a reputation to be hard to care for. This denizen from the tropical realms has given even more skilled home gardeners the sporadic flutter of concern, but like with any kind of grow, the fuchsia plant merely has its choices. Knowing the basics of methods to look after the gorgeous tropical masterpiece often termed "Ladies Eardrops" because of its habit of developing inverted within dangling baskets like a dangle earring can make all the difference in a effective cultivation experience for new as well as skilled fuchsia enthusiasts alike. Subsequent these types of simples steps to care for the actual gently stunning fuchsia plant will make sure success.

Fuchsia vegetation is developed all through much of the planet, either because houseplants or even outside for his or her beautiful, shapely blossoms as well as trailing stems. Many fuchsia vegetation come in bright colors that may attract hummingbirds for pollination, which can include an additional pleasure to the garden. Probably the most common types of fuchsia plant, Fuchsia x hybrida, can also be nicknamed ladies' eardrops.

Fuchsia plants need a good acidity soil, a mixture rich in natural matter. A great combination consists of one part good backyard loam, 1 part leaf mold or even peat moss moss, and only one part old plant foods or perhaps a bit in dehydrated type if you wish to blend it yourself.

Fuchsia vegetation may also be educated into pyramids in the way associated with official British ivy plants. Since the youthful fuchsia tries for a takedown often split effortlessly, it takes persistence along with a constant hands in order to connect all of them properly towards the type.

Fuchsia vegetation could be grown successfully anyplace with adequate sunlight however warmish temps at best. Fuchsia plants will wither as well as neglect to flourish within extreme heat so finding the best place is essential. Fuchsia vegetation can flourish within the free dirt or in window boxes, containers, or hanging baskets outdoors or indoors. Because of the fuchsia plant's level of sensitivity to warmth, whenever growing outdoors select a shadier area and watch the guarana plant very carefully to chart its improvement. Little adjustments in location can be created depending on how nicely the guarana plant grows fastest. For interior places a spot along with sunlight, just like a windowpane container, could be perfect, so long as temperatures don't rise above roughly 85 levels in summer with moisture or 65 levels without, or decrease below forty five levels in winter.

Fuchsia vegetation can be obtained from seeds, clippings, or existing vegetation obtainable from industrial garden or even landscape facilities or online. It is best to start from clippings or small plants to minimize stress towards the grow as it tries to get accustomed to it's brand new atmosphere in your house. Grow seed products or vegetation in a mixture of dirt and fine sand that has excellent drainage. Fuchsia vegetation require regular sprinkling but can't endure standing drinking water about their origins, therefore drainage is crucial for success. It is best to drinking water each morning especially for vegetation situated in sunnier, hotter spots, and to drinking water fuchsia simultaneously each day to minimize stress in order to growing plants. Fertilize growing fuchsia at least of as soon as each and every fourteen days.

Fuchsia vegetation perform best as dangling baskets, due to the character of their plants, which hang vine-like in all directions. Every follicle may have several multi-colored flowers, generally dark purple as well as magentas, or even fuchsias, which is where the vibrant plant will get it's name. The actual flowers have an unique form and look very delicate.

Fuchsia plants benefit from regular sprinkling throughout the active developing season, generally regarding once each and every 5 to 7 times. Using drinking water when the surface of the soil feels dry to touch keeps the plant wholesome and helps prevent leaf drop. Progressively reducing the watering rate of recurrence during drop assists prepare the plant for its winter resting period. Fuchsia requires very little supplemental sprinkling during the winter months, sufficient to avoid the soil from drying out totally.

Fuchsia plants are tender perennial blooming plants along with flowers that are often the color of their own namesake, fuchsia. They will bloom repeatedly as long as daytime temps range from sixty and seventy degrees Fahrenheit, along with immediately temps in between fifty as well as sixty degrees, but grabbing invested flowers occasionally can also help.

Fuchsia plants are large feeders and want a stable way to obtain vitamins and minerals. This really is difficult to provide within containers and containers since most of the vitamins and minerals have left within six weeks. Fertilizing is useful, but the grow requirements the correct pH to be able to uptake nutrients. Fuchsia work most effectively inside a pH associated with six. A potting soil that has been inoculated along with mycorrhizae, or beneficial fungus, will help the origins bring up vitamins and minerals. The actual fungus form a union relationship along with grow origins that assists each species.

Maintain fuchsia vegetation in a hanging basket container that is large enough for the roots from the plant. Fuchsia vegetation is responsive to root cramps and they'll not really thrive if they don't have sufficient developing space. Make use of a dangling basket having a diameter with a minimum of twelve in order to fourteen in ..

Nourish fuchsia plants beginning in the actual spring and every 30 days after that having a drinking water disolveable common purpose fertilizer based on the manufacturer's guidance. Utilize eco-friendly fertilizer over pre-watered soil to avoid burn and make a mistake along the side of under-fertilizing to avoid the buildup of nutrient salts within the soil as well as leggy development.

Move fuchsia vegetation inside prior to the very first frost or when temps decrease significantly. Cut back every fuchsia with trimming scissors and take away existing leaves before overwintering. Irrigate with roughly 1 cup water when fuchsias tend to be stored inside throughout the winter season. Maintain a temperature of forty five to 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Youthful fuchsia plants don't appreciate soaked dirt, especially in springtime when the times tend to be brief and the temps cool. Put the container outdoors upon mild days (temperatures more than 45 degrees) and be sure to create indoors or even right into a garage at night till immediately temperatures remain above 40 degrees). Fertilize gently once a week having a drinking water soluble liquid nourish of 16-17-17 or even common objective 20-20-20. If you have a heated greenhouse (sixty five degrees throughout the day with 55 degrees at night is perfect), the actual basket will develop faster and employ more water than one developed outside. Light sprinkling when needed encourages the actual origins to grow because they seek water as well as vitamins and minerals.

Although fuchsia plants may endure a few aphids with out showing indications of harm, aphid manage methods ensure that infestations do not type. Insecticidal soap oral sprays work well against the soft-bodied pests through sharp via their protective cuticle as well as causing them to pass away associated with dehydration. Make use of insecticidal cleansers out of direct sunlight to prevent grow burn. Gardening natural oils are also effective towards aphids through obstructing grown ups as well as nymphs so they don't have any oxygen. Insecticides that contains pyrethrins will also get eliminate aphids, but they are additionally harmful to advantageous pollinating insects.

Fertilize fuchsia plants having a watered down organic fertilizer that's well balanced. Based on Pa horticulturist Henry Weigel, it is a good idea to utilize a fragile eco-friendly fertilizer answer frequently and often rather than stronger, less-frequent feedings. A 5-5-5 eco-friendly fertilizer is suitable with regard to common giving.

Feed fuchsia vegetation once or twice monthly during the growing period. Blend the eco-friendly fertilizer with drinking water according to bundle recommendations for the size of your growing pot. Put the actual fertilizer round the dirt till it runs out the actual water flow pit in the bottom of the pot. Don't splash eco-friendly fertilizer around the foliage from the fuchsia plant.

Feed fuchsia plants with a fluid fertilizer every 2 to 4 days throughout the growing season. If you are planning to in excess of winter your own pot developed fuchsias, halt eco-friendly fertilizer programs two weeks prior to the first ice in your area to organize with regard to dormancy.

Trim back again fuchsia vegetation when they turn out to be overgrown and leggy. Cut the actual stems to six inches above the dirt degree to encourage horizontal, hairy development.

While small fuchsia plants might provide suitable growth routines to grace your own patio and outdoor patio, large fuchsia trees (Schotia brachypetala) enhance outdoor regions of your yard and scenery. These attractive trees and shrubs produce a burst associated with deeply colored blossoms, which makes them a suitable plant with regard to ornamental purposes. These semi-tropical, blooming trees need suitable conditions to develop as well as prosper. Like other moderate to large trees and shrubs, fuchsia trees give a feeling of permanence and durability to a landscape design.

We ordered ten Fuchsia plants from The Earthworks. I didn't go to the primary website, which offers small begins with regard to 75 cents every, even though which sounds like advisable too. I went to the actual ZenCart annex, that sells plants in 2 1/2" containers for $3.twenty five.

Aphids damage fuchsia vegetation by sucking the drain in the leaves, which causes the actual simply leaves to twist and switch yellow-colored or mottled and also the blossoms to drop or grow abnormally. Aphids recreate quickly by women giving reside birth in order to 50 to 100 child aphids per season, that become able to delivery child aphids within a week following being born. This will cause colonies associated with aphids to form rapidly, resulting in serious infestations.

Most cultivated fuchsia vegetation is fairly small bushes that usually work nicely in dangling containers and containers. They often develop from 8 in . to several feet in height, but a few varieties might develop in order to 12 feet tall or more. The actual Kotukutuku (Fuchsia excorticata) of recent Zealand is really a sapling that may develop almost forty to fifty feet in height. The fuchsia leaves usually measure under 1/2 inch to almost 10 in . long, with most being 2 to 4 inches.

Although you trim fuchsia vegetation back, you should allow it to be an annual practice. Trimming the plant may encourage continuous and wholesome development of blossoms and leaves.

You might implant the fuchsia plants every 2 years to a new pot if this fuchsia is simply too overgrown. During the cold months, you have to ensure the fuchsia plant can be situated in a cool location. The great heat for fuchsia at that time is actually ranging from 45 as much as 50 Y. The amount of the actual sprinkling should be reduced too, however, you ought to allow the soil obtain dried out. You need to manage it's moisture. When the winter has more than, you may find great fuchsia vegetation it's unique location.

A lot more than 100 species of fuchsia plants can be found, all with vibrant flowers which typically final from spring until fall. They're warm-weather plants that grow because perennials in tropical gardens, however in america, fuchsias are often grown as container plants. To be able to grow as well as flourish the following year, pot fuchsias must be reduce back--or pruned--in the autumn and kept in an awesome location during the winter. Both erect as well as looking fuchsias tend to be trimmed in a similar manner.

Pinch back the tips of your fuchsia vegetation in early springtime to help them become bushier. Be sure you do not pinch back again the tips of your fuchsia plant too many occasions or else you will remove flower sprouts.

During the winter season, shop your fuchsia plants from 45 to fifty degrees to keep them dormant. Water moderately, just a lot to prevent forrest through shriveling. Outdoors, sturdy fuchsias will survive to twenty-five levels, however where ever hardiness is doubtful; it's far better to wintertime plants in a greenhouse, freezing room, drop, or in a very cold body. During this period, quilt the actual resources with a level of peat moss.

Reduce the stems of large Archie fuchsia vegetation back to concerning the degree of the actual pot's edge in drop, or reduce smaller or even medium-sized fuchsia plants to regarding 6 in .. Keep your fuchsia grow inside a awesome location during winter at 45 in order to 50 levels and drinking water the plant sparingly to keep the actual planting medium from drying out totally.

There are over one hundred types of fuchsia plants and 3,thousand to five,000 cultivars, although a much smaller quantity are commonly developed in the United States. The majority of fuchsias which landscapers grow can be classified as upright vegetation or looking vegetation. Vertical vegetation usually keep the hairy form as they grow, while trailing vegetation have cascading down originates as well as plants ideal for hanging containers or a few rock landscapes. Fuchsias may also be divided into kinds depending on how hardy they're throughout hot or cold weather.

Provide drinking water each day to keep the fuchsia plants from wilting. Fuchsia vegetation is especially sensitive to humidity and they'll wilt if you don't drinking water all of them adequately. Keep your soil evenly moist.

Fertilizer is also required to help make your fuchsia vegetation grow nicely as well as wholesome. You have to provide the eco-friendly fertilizer twice as much as 4th time in a week once the spring or summer season comes. During the cold months as well as fall, you should never provide any fertilizer. Among the great fertilizers in market could be within the kind of NPK fertilizer. It provides a few important nutrients needed for the vegetation to grow nicely. When you are going to use the fertilizer, you have to make certain you have already recognized about the dose coaching and condition from the vegetation. Should you choose this inside a wrong method, you are able to damage the vegetation.

Very first, you'll need to bring storage containers and fuchsia plants! The plants take presctiption purchase this week for $0.60 every . When it comes to containers? You can bring anything you have at home! Additionally observe that you could also buy geraniums, pansies, or other little plants and flowers. It's not necessary to buy fuchsias.

Within planters or raised beds of pot landscapes, fuchsia plants might be trained in to interesting espalier sorts towards a walls or fence where the house might be as well slender with regard to additional plants. Though not difficult, the espalier grow demands some perserverance. First make a trellis of wood or even wire. 5 to 7 sections tend to be customary. Then ready your plant because it develops, grabbing growth continuously to stimulate branching and also to steer clear of nude originates. Types to espalier embody the red-and-scarlet Slipping Stars, the actual blue-and-rose Coquette, and the purple-and-white Doctor. Steve Gallwey.

Within planters or even elevated boxes associated with pot landscapes, fuchsia plants could be trained into fascinating espalier types towards the wall or even fencing in which the room might be too small for other plants. Though not difficult, the actual espalier plant demands some perserverance. First make a trellis associated with wood or cable. 5 to 7 sections are customary. Then teach your own grow as it develops, grabbing growth frequently in order to stimulate branching and also to steer clear of uncovered originates. Varieties to espalier include the red-and-scarlet Falling Superstars, the blue-and-rose Coquette, and the red-and-white Dr. Steve Gallwey.

In plant containers or elevated beds of repository landscapes, fuchsia plants may be coached in to intriguing espalier designs against the walls or fencing wherever the area might be too limited for else vegetation. Though not difficult, the actual espalier grow requires some perserverance. First make a trellis of forrest or even wire. Five to seven tiers are customary. After that train your plant as it grows, grabbing development quite often to encourage branching and to nullify simple originates. Types to espalier include the red-and-scarlet Falling Stars, the actual blue-and-rose Coquette, and also the red-and-white Dr. John Gallwey.

The actual self-draining pots are the best method for developing fuchsia vegetation. These type of containers ensure that the vegetation is provided with the right amount water all the year round. The actual containers can be connected to a computerized or even guide trickle sprinkling system.

This is a good time to adjust the form of the fuchsia plants. Those that tend to be free-standing can have their shapes rounded so they appear more shaped.

Almost a year ago my personal mother-in-law, while traveling, discovered a few Fuchsia plants for sale. She came house along with ten of these tiny plants in little sq . card board seedling containers.

For their greatest look and performance, established California fuchsia plants ought to be reduce hard every winter season, although not till they have been established via a couple of summer season. This annual difficult pruning ought to be done following the plants have completely finished blooming as well as prior to new growth seems. At the moment, vegetation should be reduce down, leaving stubs regarding 1 inch long. Whenever pruning, be certain to steer clear of busting off the tender young tries for a takedown and sprouts that may be sprouting in the base of each plant.

Fuchsias require great light to develop nicely. Limited mild can make the actual fuchsia plants develop slim and pale. Sensitive varieties require more water compared to hardy vegetation. Tender fuchsias are often used in pots and planters and for hanging baskets during the summer time. Their own blossoms tend to be fuller and greater

Choose a place along with well-draining dirt, the most crucial factor in the healthiness of fuchsia plants, based on WSU. Amend garden soil with natural issue, and grow the main golf ball a minimum of four in . below the surface area. Potted fuchsias should be grown in storage containers along with drainage openings. Collection the actual pot with sphagnum moss and use the high-quality potting soil with additional fertilizer.

Particularly in Japoneses summer, the heat is intense and it is necessary that the fuchsia plants grow within air-conditioned room, so the fuchsia plants have not gain popularity. Appropriately, this creation was aimed at receiving a brand new selection having astrong resistance to warmth as well as mutant growth habit.

Our buddy Bill as well as Silence Dogood went a bit overboard this season and bought four fuchsia plants for the outdoor patio, since we would heard that they appeal to hummingbirds. Nicely, we've yet to determine the hummingbird. (We believe they'll show up when our cannas and rose-of-Sharons blossom.) However the buddy Bill has witnessed an interesting development, namely, darkish purple fruits forming around the fuchsia plants.

Provide hummingbirds in order to shadier regions of you home along with hanging containers filled with fuchsia plants. Fuchsias have bell-shaped blossoms obtainable in bicolor combinations of red-colored, green, red, white as well as crimson. Fuchsia blooms constantly from springtime to fall.

Fuchsia beetles, also known as vine weevils, are the most typical cause of pest damage within fuchsia vegetation. The grown ups have hard shells on bodies that grow up in order to 1/2 inch lengthy at maturity. Even though they possess wings, they are unable to travel. The youthful weevil larvae closely resemble grubs and have a tendency to curl up when disrupted. Within their adult phase, fuchsia beetles feed on the perimeters of leaves, as the youthful caterpillar nibble away at the buried origins. These night time insects tend to hide out under leaves as well as plants during the hours of sunlight, which makes them hard to notice.

Red spots on the simply leaves of the fuchsia plant are likely caused by a fungal disease. Fuchsia vegetation affected by fuchsia corrosion require therapy from a gardener to recuperate in the illness. Treatments should begin as soon as the red spots have emerged in order to restrict the quantity of damage continual through the fuchsia.

The blooms come in a number of single and two-tone colours. The actual blooming time period for the fuchsia vegetation is Might through Sept. I believe my top picks are the type along with purple. This article will give you suggestions about how you can keep the fuchsia in existence as a home plant.

Make a growing area for the fuchsia shrub which receives morning sunlight as well as mid-day tone. Fuchsia vegetation which get the most powerful mid-day sun will suffer. Develop the actual growing area with the backyard

spade, working this to some level associated with five to six inches. Add 2 " of garden compost and approximately one cup associated with bonemeal to the planting region, as well as function these ingredients in nicely with the backyard spade.

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Permit the plant to develop new growing suggestions in the nodes; every suggestion may produce a flower. Fuchsia plants set flowers only around the new tips. While all your spring grabbing nipped off a few flower suggestions, the end result is a large number of extra blossom suggestions along with a lovely, full fuchsia grow.

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The actual traditional fuchsia (Fuchsia cultivars) is a star of pot horticulture along with a good choice for any window container. Fuchsia vegetation may complete your own container with stems that path 2 to 3 ft within the advantage. This particular grow prefers tone to part tone. The intense red flowers not just pull the attention to the flower container, but appeal to butterflies as well as hummingbirds. Maintain soil regularly damp.

Decorative fuchsia shrubs blossom an assortment of flashy, vibrant blossoms along with three levels associated with purple, red-colored or even red flower petals. Fuchsia plants are mainly problem totally free when correctly taken care of, however when unwanted pests really are a issue, aphids in many cases are a primary culprit. Aphids are little, pear-shaped insects that come in various colors, such as yellow-colored, lemon, red, brown, blue, eco-friendly as well as black. Not only do aphids straight harm the fuchsia plant, but they're additionally vectors associated with diseases.

Usually associated with usb, the best time to maneuver a sturdy fuchsia plant happens when the actual leaves fall off as well as flowers tend to be spent. Nevertheless, re-planting fuchsia plants along with leaves, as well as along with blooms intact, is often successful.

The actual municipality's oft-forgotten recognized blossom received its due this week when the Nationwide Fuchsia Culture presented the City Local authority or council along with blooming fuchsia vegetation to help launch the actual Oc Fair, that runs Friday via This summer twenty-seven in the Oc Fairgrounds. The actual membership will be a partner within the 98 Orange County Reasonable and has had marketing duties this year.

Fuchsias are magnificent summer-blooming flowers, especially in awesome, semi-shaded areas protected against warm drying out wind gusts. It can be done to keep fuchsia plants in one 12 months to the next, however they won't continue to bloom profusely as well as grow more than winter season as they do during the summer.

As being a horticulturist by training and a plant enthusiast by nature, I obviously asked yourself if I might plant these types of fuchsia fruits as well as grow a lot of new fuchsia vegetation. The plants are all hybrid cars, though, meaning, even when baby plants did show up through seedling, they wouldn't look anything similar to their mother and father. But, I figured, so what? The actual query was if they would come up at all. As well as besides, it may be thrilling to see what colours and designs we ended up with.

Fuchsias are blooming perennials which occur in both looking as well as vertical types. The actual blossoms come in every colour other than yellow-colored and accurate blue. Cultivating fuchsia vegetation demands an awareness of the water and light needs.

We live in a condo complicated and there are always surprises within the communal garbage bins. My personal son knows I grow everything, therefore he simply arrived the door with two fuchsia vegetation that were thrown away.

Drooping originates full of azure, red-colored, rose, whitened, crimson or multi-colored flowers stream gracefully within the edges of dangling baskets. Looking hybrid fuchsia vegetation is especially perfect for use within hanging containers or included in a pot backyard. The actual Orange County Fuchsia Culture recommends developing fuchsias in 12-inch wood baskets, plastic material containers, clay-based containers or even moss containers. Make use of fast-draining dirt -- ideally, the planting blend should be two components planting medium, two components nitrolized redwood garden compost and something component perlite. After it's plants in pots, water your fuchsia grow frequently, at least one time daily during the heat from the summer time, but be careful not to overwater. Encourage continual blooming through fertilizing plants once each and every two weeks having a well balanced grow eco-friendly fertilizer.

Describes a method for creating the fuchsia plant. Selection as well as repotting the plant; Advice on pruning the side branches to inspire development; Maintenance of the actual fuchsia vegetation. Over the fence.

If you want enchanting blooming landscapes for tone, rely on the actual fuchsia plant. Regardless of whether a person plant fuchsia blossoms in person containers, window boxes, or even hanging containers, fuchsia vegetation is a gorgeous blooming species recognized for their own elegance as well as splendor. There are hundreds of varieties of fuchsia flowers, double and single, in rose, purple, as well as whitened tones, as well as in each vertical as well as dangling vegetation. Fuchsia plants are particularly well-liked in Ca, in which the summer season tend to be cool and the winters adequately reasonable; however fuchsias make handsome pot landscapes in other environments too.

Fuchsias are available in a number of varieties, and the type of fuchsia that you have will effect the kind of treatment required during the winter months. Some tougher types of fuchsia plants can survive outdoors if you reside in an area which has mild winter seasons, but most of these vegetation need to be relocated indoors for the winter season to be able to protect them from the freezing temps.

The actual plants I chose to create my hummingbird container had been scarlet salvia, red impatiens, red-colored petunias, red seedling geranium, 2 varieties of sweet potato grape vine and several fuchsia vegetation. The fuchsia plants path within the aspect of the basket. The sweet potato grape vines will do exactly the same after they have become lengthier.

Remain the actual storage containers off the ground upon stones or even container legs and this will permit the water to empty from the soil. I can't stress enough exactly how essential it is to make certain that the actual fuchsia vegetation do not become below or higher properly watered especially in container grown vegetation.

Simply because dangling baskets often deplete their drinking water rapidly, you will have to feed your own grow each and every fourteen days. Or else, nutrients within the soil will be beaten up when the drinking water drains. Fuchsia plants, a lot more than additional vegetation, need a ton associated with vitamins and minerals.

Completely Enticed Cuphea - If you love red, this may be the blossom for you personally. Totally Enticed has tubular blooms having a rose throat and cherry red-colored petals. The color combination reminds me associated with flowers upon fuchsia plants. In which the fuchsia is difficult for me to develop because of the summer warmth, Totally Enticed has already been a care free bloomer. I've grown it together with chartreuse pineapple sage as well as wine coloured 'Gail's Choice' alternanthera (Joseph's Layer). It's a excellent choice for containers as well as grows very best in rich dirt.

Just about all fuchsia specimens tend to be energetic farmers along with hearty tastes. Provide them with space to grow, a powerful rich dirt along with a fluid eco-friendly fertilizer through the period to make sure ongoing blooms and strong growth. Once fuchsia vegetation is completely arranged as well as starting to grow, touch back again the actual stems, that will motivate grow fullness. Don't touch back eight to ten weeks prior to flowering period.

Exactly the same colorful flowers that include elegance towards the backyard can add the take associated with colour as well as flavor for your plate. Fuchsia plants come with an stylish, bell-like form, so that they help to make a good eye-catching take. Flowers and fruits of crossbreed fuchsia plants are delicious. Flowers can be added to preparing salads or other quality recipes; however, because of the mildly tart flavor, they are best eaten in crystallized form, that balances the actual level of acidity with sweet taste.

Fertilizing : Fuchsias are heavy bird feeders. Mix the slow-release eco-friendly fertilizer in to the soil from planting. Three to four weeks following planting, start applying Blossom Enhancer fertilizer each and every about a week. As a substitute, you are able to nourish fuchsia vegetation every week with liquid eco-friendly fertilizer, using one tablespoon of eco-friendly fertilizer per gallon water.

The fuchsia is a little shrub developed for that impressive, pendulous blossoms which cover this through past due spring till ice. The flashy, tubular blooms in many cases are multi-colored as well as appeal to hummingbirds. From time to time, nevertheless, the most well-tended fuchsia vegetation succumb in order to disease, which negatively impacts the actual plant's leaves as well as flowers. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of an infection enables you to effectively treat the problem and produce your own fuchsia back to wellness.

The condition has been discovered on Fuchsia developing in green-houses and occasionally upon those growing out-of-doors in areas just about all across the West Price. Within the late seventies, Strider and Jones reported the very first occurrence from the corrosion in North Carolina occurring on Fuchsia plants growing inside a plastic material greenhouse in the traditional western area of the state. In those days, 25 cultivars of Fuchsia appeared to be propagated. None of the cultivars steered clear of an infection; numerous were seriously broken, and some died by this disease. Gardner first documented fuchsia rust occurring in The hawaiian islands within 1979.

A lot more than 100 species of fuchsias can be found, covering both sturdy, upright-growing fuchsias suitable for U.Utes. Department of Farming zones 6 through 9 and the more fragile fuchsias suitable for USDA zones 9 and 10 or even developed as houseplants. Fuchsia plants develop flower sprouts on new development wood and need trimming in early springtime to promote brand new development as well as blooming. Left to develop without yearly pruning results in restricted blooming as well as an unshapely, scraggly plant. Whatever fuchsia type a person develop, with correct trimming as well as grabbing, you'll be rewarded along with abundant blossoming from early summer time via drop.

Ideally, the majority of indoor fuchsias want to be kept in a room heat of between 50 and seventy degrees; and the room temperature in which you keep your fuchsia grow should not surpass seventy five degrees. Cool mild regions therefore are the best places to develop fuchsia vegetation.

Unless of course otherwise specific all of us deliver United states postal service Concern Postal mail utilizing Flat Rate Containers. Predetermined Fee delivery costs together with dealing with charges will apply for each box shipped. Size of Predetermined Fee container is decided through the quantity of fuchsias being delivered. Just about all Fuchsia plants are well established inside a 4" dimension growing container. For delivery reasons your Fuchsia vegetation will be removed from the actual container getting rid of extra soil from the origins then carefully packaged with a label for delivery. When you obtain your Fuchsia vegetation it is advisable to instantly plant into your last pot or even grow inside your yearly or traditional backyard beds. Instructions will be included with the transaction.

The fuchsia plant is among the the majority of exotic, unique searching vegetation on the typical market. Fuchsias do have a reputation to be hard to take care of and needing a more experienced eco-friendly usb. However with a few basic treatment suggestions, even novice gardeners may grow stunning fuchsia vegetation indoors or even away.

 

For straightforward yet beautiful style it's very hard to defeat the Fuchsia blossom and the wonderful thing about the Fuchsia shrub is that it will develop almost anyplace. Fuchsias are very popular garden shrubs and there are gone one hundred recorded varieties to choose from. Fuchsia plants are simple to take care of and once planted, supplying the site had been selected very carefully, they'll prosper for just about any number of years.

The condition that causes pink- or orange-colored spots on the fuchsia plant is known as fuchsia rust. It is a fungal disease delivered to the guarana plant by airborne spores, according to the Regal Horticultural Culture. It life only within summer and earlier autumn outdoors, but can flourish year-round upon fuchsia vegetation grown within. The corrosion can be identified by the actual discolored spots which form on the leaves, even though they seem because yellow-colored spots very first as well as gradually become pink because the fungi develops.

It was my personal splurge/indulgent 7 days, after you have spent ten days in London and Dublin on lent lodging. It had been good to sit within or out with my favourite drink and watch the sunset. We viewed the closes on the small isle near the shoreline. We walked up the nation road as well as respected the wild Fuchsia vegetation, the farm pets as well as donkey as well as right down to Kilcomane Boat dock to stay my personal toe in the sea. You certainly call for a vehicle though, as everything else demands you to get in your vehicle and generate. This performed well for our group. We had 3 automobiles in between seven of us, so we utilized this particular because our home base and investigated the west Eire throughout the day from here.

The fuchsia grow has acquired considerable prestige recently as well as expert farmers attribute this to its spectacular flower, fantastic fragrance and flexibility within the backyard. Fuchsias flourish nicely throughout every season in zones eight to ten, but additionally prosper as an yearly in lots of additional areas. Developing fuchsia vegetation isn't necessarily challenging, but there are some useful tips that home gardeners should know.

Fuchsia is a genus associated with perennial as well as annual garden plants, and there tend to be hundreds of varieties to select from. The guarana plant originated in New Zealand ands South as well as Central America. In the blossoming season, it sprouts blossoms with a plethora of colors that add aesthetic appeal to any kind of backyard. The optimum time to multiply fuchsia plants is incorporated in the springtime and also the most practical way is from clippings. Knowing the right actions, fuchsia propagation is a straightforward procedure.

Many home gardeners consider the colorful fuchsia a typical with regard to dangling baskets and other growing storage containers. While fuchsias usually grow well during these locations, they can also grow energetically in the ground like a plant within USDA Zones 9 as well as 10. Grow fuchsias as bushes and give them mindful care at the outset of the summer season. Your fuchsia plants may respond energetically and will come to be complete as well as colorful shrubs in your scenery.

Because the aphids feed on the guarana plant sap, these people excrete a sticky material called honeydew. It dog breeds sooty mildew, that appears as the dark film on the leaves as well as shoots. In the event that remaining unchecked, sooty mildew takes over the fuchsia plant and obstructs this through getting adequate sunlight to attain photosynthesis. However, gardeners can prevent fuchsia plants from reaching this serious closing by taking out the sooty mildew. It wipes off the plant effortlessly having a rag drizzled with massaging alcoholic beverages.

Fuchsias (Fuchsia spp.) act as heat for hummingbirds because of their hanging, tubular blossoms filled with nectar. Obviously, fuchsia is a vibrant, purplish-red color, which makes it a mix of azure as well as red-colored. Within garden, fuchsia blossoms happen to be cultivated to incorporate shades of vibrant red as well as various colored flowers with touches of white. Even though fuchsia vegetation is finicky within farming, needing morning sunlight as well as afternoon shade, well-drained planting medium as well as regular fertilization, the problem could be well worth the effort by the hummingbirds attracted to their shops. Sky-blue plumbago (Plumbago auriculata) is actually easy-care, developing having a loose, airy type as well as creating groups of nectar-rich flowers.

Anyhow, the lady introduced us this particular spindly little grow. After a couple of days it was obvious it's root-bound and so i dutifully re-potted it and set it in our dining room, which has a southern exposure as well as receives gentle sunlight throughout the day. I didn't know how the guarana plant would do because of the varying area climate, and that I was only familiar with outside fuchsia vegetation in Ca.

Whenever deciding where you can place your fuchsia, keep in mind, that they like sensational looking not really warmth. In the south, these types of vegetation is often used because indoors hanging baskets close to windows, or upon shaded balconies. They can take morning sun, however, if the temperatures will get very high on certain times, you should move them to fuller shade. Within traditional western says, like northern California, fuchsia vegetation happen to be mentioned to consider stronger, as well as lengthier, sunlight hrs, but the temps tend to be chillier compared to Southern summers. Check with local green-houses and home gardeners to see what's worked best for the plants inside your specific area.

Better known for their beauty and colorful breaks of flowers, fuchsias have become an increasingly popular selection of grow to grow amongst gardeners in recent years. Whether grown within the backyard as a plant, added to a dangling container or grown as an interior plant, fuchsias are certain to create a rich as well as colorful atmosphere. However, their own beautiful elegance and exotic look has given fuchsia vegetation quite a reputation like a difficult grow to grow.

Two-toned fuchsia blossoms grow well within hanging containers as well as storage containers in areas that receive several hours of shade per day. Fuchsia blossoms may be red as well as crimson, red-colored and yellow-colored, pink and white or other bright color combos. The small blooms possess long main stamens. Fuchsia blossoms might wilt in high heat, therefore move to the shade place whenever temperature rise above eighty levels F. Fuchsia vegetation develop within hardiness areas six in order to nine.

The genus fuchsia contains numerous cultivars associated with blossoming plants which originated from Argentina, Mexico and Chile. In warm environments, these plants grow as perennials, frequently achieving the size as well as form of little bushes. In most areas of the United States, these exotic vegetation is commonly selected for developing because flowering mounds of plants within dangling baskets and raised planters. Even though couple of unwanted pests trouble fuchsia plants, the actual origins leaving of this blossoming grow are the preferred food source for the kind of beetle.

Fuchsias are blooming shrubs in the evening primrose family grown for his or her delicate flowers inside a range of colors. The vegetation is evergreen or even deciduous as well as flourish very best in areas close to the coast, preferring regions of a fan of heavy tone. You will find almost one hundred various species of fuchsia with about two,thousand hybrids. The vegetation is popularly developed as potted houseplants. You can easily propagate new fuchsia plants along with soft wood clippings.

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You can try treating whitened flies just like aphids, or you can again turn to traps. However, if you are seeking a more eco-friendly way to cope with the whitened travel invasion, you could attempt introducing parasitic wasps for your garden. They will consume the whitened travel nymphs, or larvae, that will eventually get rid of the actual white travel population. Don't use pesticide sprays after presenting the actual parasitic wasps to your fuchsia vegetation simply because you'll likely kill off your own wasps prior to they have the opportunity to eliminate your white fly population.

These types of tender woodsy vegetation do best under awesome, humid problems. They are especially effective within coastal locations, where fog as well as moisture dominate, though some fuchsia types, because the single all-red Mephisto and also the red-and-white Mme. Cornelissen, will thrive within warm, dried out inland regions. Fuchsia flowers are great favorites simply because they bloom within tone, not really the large tone associated with low-branching trees and shrubs, but high, open tone and that found on the northern side of the creating. In dense shade, fuchsia vegetation obtain leggy and flower sparingly. In warm, immediate sunshine, nevertheless, they dry out and also the leaves burn up. Windy places should be prevented due to the delicate fuchsia flowers and brittle branches.

These sensitive woodsy vegetation do greatest under awesome, humid problems. They are especially successful within seaside areas, where haze and moisture dominate, although some fuchsia varieties, because the single all-red Mephisto and also the pink-and-white Mme. Cornelissen, will flourish in warm, dry away from the coast areas. Fuchsia blossoms are good faves because they blossom within tone, not really the actual heavy shade associated with low-branching bushes, nevertheless higher, open up tone and that found on the north part of a building. In thick shade, fuchsia vegetation get leggy and flower sparingly. In sizzling, immediate sunshine, nevertheless, these people dry up and the leaves burn. Breezy locations ought to be prevented because of the fragile fuchsia blossoms and fragile branches.

Daisy~ All of us resided within S. Cal for several years, areas of it tend to be compared too a tropical haven! I simply adore fuchsias! From the when we had been simply kids in S. Cal those stunning hanging vegetation my mom had grown falling out from the backyard hanging baskets. The actual pinkish-purple blossom buds were way too much to face up to. We'd press the small sprouts till they'd "pop" open. Because kids, this was a great time; being an grownup, I know my mom wanting to shoo us away having a sweeper! To this day, individuals beautiful Fuchsia plants restore the actual fondest memories of my mom.

Numerous gardeners in comfortable areas like South and north Carolina develop fuchsia and their various cultivars and hybrid cars. Based on Clemson College horticulturalists Frank Polomski and Janet McLeod Scott, heat as well as moisture from the American Southern provides trouble for fuchsia bushes. Polomski and Scott create that many the southern area of gardeners grow fuchsia like a potted flower. Instead of developing an entire plant, these gardeners develop several flowering braches associated with fuchsia inside a pot. Whenever developed in this manner, fuchsia vegetation develop because annuals.

These types of tender wooden plants perform best beneath cool, damp conditions. They're peculiarly surefire in seaward areas, where ever haze and humidity prevail, though many fuchsia varieties, because the single all-red Mephisto and also the red-and-white Mme. Cornelissen, may flourish within hot, dry inland regions. Fuchsia flowers are fine favourites features since they perfect in shade, not the heavy shade associated with low-branching trees and shrubs, but higher, open shade and that set up around the northerly side of the creating. In filled tone, fuchsia plants get leggy as well as prime moderately. In hot, proceed sunlight, however, these people dry out and also the goes away burn up. Breezy places should be avoided since of the exquisite fuchsia blossoms and brittle branches.

The actual fuchsia grow (Fuchsia triphylla) creates impressive, red-colored, tubular flowers which attract each hummingbirds and seeing stars in abundance. In mild climates the plant may produce plants all year long, along with merely a little decrease throughout the winter season. The guarana plant won't tolerate a temperature drop beneath twenty five degrees. It grows well as a 2-to-3-foot shrub or even whenever placed in a hanging basket. The productive development helps make the fuchsia an adequate short hedge. Several types can be found along with slight color diversions. Fuchsia vegetation grow very best in awesome, damp climate.

The Attribute symptoms of fuchsia rust include big, round, yellow-colored spots around the upper the surface of an infected leaf. These spots in many cases are surrounded with a reddish-purple edge. The below aspect of the leaf reveals masses of orangish-yellow corrosion pustules, which are the uredia (a fruiting physique) that have urediospores. Urediospores may also be seen on higher leaf areas as the skin lesions grow older. These types of Urediospores can incite new bacterial infections on the leaves of the identical plant as well as on the actual simply leaves associated with additional, nearby Fuchsia vegetation. Contaminated foliage is weakened and defoliate too early. This particular defoliating will seriously weaken the plants. If manage steps aren't initiated, the plants could be totally defoliated as well as killed by this illness.

The fuschia grow is rumored to become difficult to develop, but the the fact is this tropical jewel can be quite simple to preserve as long as the conditions are correct. As with any living thing, all the fuschia grow requirements to thrive is the right home, good food and loving treatment.

Select a healthy fuschia grow with rich leaves from a baby's room. For that fuschia to become ready for spring planting you will have to consider clippings 6 to 8 weeks before the final frost date.

Watering of the fuschia grow should happen each morning. This is the ideal time for you to water, as the early sunlight, which is not because severe because those of the afternoon, will shine on them while the water can correctly deplete. Make sure to stick to a normal sprinkling routine, and avoid overwatering a fuschia.

It is a large, stunning fuschia grow! I strung it near my personal hummingbird feeder, hoping associated with bringing in more hummingbirds. My hummingbird has been noticeably absent recently -- I really hope I did not offend her or him after i allow the feeder go the wee little bit too much time before cleaning it out. Hello Mr. Hummingbird! It is clean now, We guarantee! And I purchased a fuschia as well! Please come back.

The first step is actually deciding on the best spot to grow your fuschia grow. With their resources of colorful blooms, fuschias appear amazing in dangling baskets. No wonder this is probably the most well-liked methods to show a fuschia. Fuschia plants play tones of heavy crimson as well as green, or fuchsia - hence the name. The blossoms droop lower from the limbs, shooting in most directions, like a vine. In a hanging basket, this particular natural movement of blossoms is allowed to follow its very own perfect road to excellence. Of course, a person don’t have to keep your fuschia in a hanging planter; these types of plants look lovely in almost any type of pot.

Fabulous caterpillar that has wolfed down a very appealing trailing fuschia plant using the aid of 2 siblings. I have now moved on them to our only other making it through looking fuschia plus they seem quite happy with their second program. Originally named following it is resemblance to an elephant's trunk area. (and appetite in my personal opinion).

Our wedding ceremony colours were fuschia as well as purple (inspired through the beautiful fuschia grow that grew generously within my grandma's backyard after i was small). Capital t. looked dashing inside a navy suit with a heavy purple tie over their pale grey gown top. Their brother R., acting as Greatest Man, donned an identical grey dress shirt and likewise carried a purple patterned tie in order to conjure up our wedding colours.

Cuttings of sensitive perennials such as heliotrope, lantana, verbena, ageratum as well as fuschia plant treatment ought to be used now. These types of clippings would be the stock vegetation that you'll propagate within spring for your way to obtain bed linen away plants. A few of the cuttings used now's developed into standards with regard to next year's backyard. Pick a few of the most powerful and pot all of them. Do not pinch. Instead, keep getting rid of all the aspect tries for a takedown as they show up. Keep the main stem growing before the grow reaches the specified height as well as repot as they require it. Heliotropes and fuchsias make good standards in a single winter season. Lantana requires 2 yrs to make a substantial head. Standards are good materials for adding height as well as curiosity in order to blossom edges.

Cuttings of sensitive perennials such as heliotrope, lantana, verbena, ageratum and fuschia plant treatment should be taken now. These types of clippings will be the inventory vegetation from which you'll propagate in springtime for the supply of bed linen away plants. A few of the clippings used now could be developed into standards for subsequent seasons garden. Select a few of the most powerful and pot them. Don't touch. Rather, keep removing all the aspect tries for a takedown as they come along. Keep your primary originate growing until the grow reaches the specified height and repot because they require it. Heliotropes and fuchsias make good standards in a single winter season. Lantana takes two years to make a substantial mind. Standards tend to be fine materials for adding peak and curiosity to blossom edges.

Do you think that may be bud? It was the issue my sister in law asked me whenever we frequented the woman's within Gauteng, Nigeria at the begining of Sept. It had been springtime within the The southern area of Hemisphere and she had bought as well as grown a small fuschia grow inside a container away from entry to her house. It was only a sapling when we have there been, absolutely no blossoms simply leaves.

There are several plants although that can as well as do bloom with out so much hassle. Begonias, as well as geraniums come immediately in your thoughts, and I also have a overhead associated with thorns that flowers continuously for me. My hibiscus plant blossoms hours within the drop when I take it in from outside and so does my fuschia plant.

The Horton Plaza Maqui berry farmers Market, kept Thursdays 11-3 through 03 till October is actually so good. It's so great to get out of work as well as go out and see what they all have. There are 3 or 4 suppliers selling cut flowers, a couple promoting vegetation, succulents; orchid flowers, tomatoes, bananas, oranges, cheeses. Today I bought cherries and a stunning small fuschia grow.

Along with completing my pendant owner (and working upon more Fall wreaths), I have been cleaning the place upward a bit. This required eliminating the plants around the porch that were perished in our last difficult rain. I threw the withered originates associated with three from four containers but, lo and see! The final pot was blossoming. Blooming I say to you! The Fuschia plant does fabulously and was relocated from a part within the patio, towards the shepard's criminal exactly where I could display it in public in order to passersby.

Regardless of whether you choose a hanging container, or something around the ground, it is crucial that your fuschia’s new planter offers very good drainage. The best draining pots are the ones which have a holder on the bottom to hold the water because it empties out. Without a tray, water might run out too rapidly and your grow will be left without enough vitamins and minerals. The actual holder allows your fuschia to absorb nutrients in the water before it all drains away. And this is vital to having a wholesome fuschia grow, because if there is something that these plants depend on it is plentiful nutrients. In fact, most experienced fuschia growers fertilize their own vegetation on a regular schedule of each and every two weeks.

The actual fuschia plant is rumored to be hard to develop, however the the fact is that this tropical jewel can be quite simple to maintain as long as the the weather is correct. Just like any residing thing, all the fuschia grow needs to flourish may be the correct home, great food as well as loving care.

Choose a wholesome fuschia grow with lush leaves from the baby's room. For the fuschia to become prepared with regard to springtime planting you will have to take cuttings 6 to 8 days prior to the last ice date.

Sprinkling of the fuschia plant should take place in the morning. This is the perfect time for you to water, as the early sun, which isn't because severe as those of a special afternoon, will sparkle in it while the water may correctly deplete. Be sure to stick to a regular watering schedule, and avoid overwatering a fuschia.

It is a big, stunning fuschia plant! I strung this close to my personal hummingbird feeder, hoping of bringing in much more hummingbirds. My hummingbird has been visibly absent lately -- I really hope I did not upset him or her after i allow the bird feeder proceed the wee bit too much time before cleaning it out. Hello Mr. Hummingbird! It is clean now, We guarantee! And I bought a fuschia as well! Please come back.

Oh yea goodness, Tripetta, what a wonderful name for the fuschia plant. I enjoyed James' insufficient watering. This chapter was way too enjoyable.

The initial step is actually selecting the most appropriate place to grow your fuschia grow. Using their resources of colourful blooms, fuschias appear incredible in hanging containers. No wonder this really is probably the most popular methods to display the fuschia. Fuschia blossoms pop in shades of heavy purple as well as magenta, or even fuchsia - and so the name. The actual flowers sagg lower in the limbs, shooting in all directions, just like a grape vine. In a hanging container, this particular natural flow associated with blossoms is actually allowed to follow its own perfect path to perfection. Of course, a person don’t need to keep the fuschia in a dangling planter; these types of vegetation appear lovely in any kind of pot.

Fantastic caterpillar which has devoured a really appealing looking fuschia plant with the aid of 2 brothers and sisters. I've right now moved on them to the only other surviving trailing fuschia plus they seem content with their 2nd program. Originally called after it's similarity for an elephant's trunk area. (as well as urge for food within my personal viewpoint).

The wedding colors were fuschia as well as purple (inspired by the beautiful fuschia plant which increased generously in my grandmother's garden after i had been small). Capital t. appeared dashing inside a navy blue match having a heavy purple tie over their pale grey gown shirt. Their sibling Ur., acting as Greatest Guy, donned a similar grey gown top as well as carried a crimson patterned tie in order to invoke the wedding ceremony colours.

Clippings associated with tender perennials for example heliotrope, lantana, verbena, ageratum and fuschia grow treatment ought to be used now. These types of clippings would be the stock vegetation from which you'll propagate in springtime for the way to obtain bedding out vegetation. A few of the cuttings used now could be grown into standards for subsequent year's garden. Select a few of the strongest as well as container them. Do not pinch. Instead, maintain getting rid of all of the aspect shoots because they come along. Keep the main stem developing before the plant reaches the specified height and repot as they require it. Heliotropes as well as fuchsias help to make fine standards in a single winter. Lantana requires two years to create a sizable head. Standards are good materials for adding height as well as curiosity to flower borders.

Cuttings of tender perennials such as heliotrope, lantana, verbena, ageratum as well as fuschia grow care should be taken right now. These cuttings would be the stock plants that you will propagate in springtime for your way to obtain bed linen away vegetation. Some of the clippings used now's grown into standards for subsequent seasons backyard. Select a some of the strongest and pot them. Do not pinch. Rather, maintain removing all the side shoots as they show up. Keep the main originate developing until the plant reaches the specified peak as well as repot because they want it. Heliotropes and fuchsias make good standards in a single winter season. Lantana requires 2 yrs to create a sizable head. Standards are good material for adding height and curiosity to flower borders.

Do you think that could be bud? This was the question my sibling in law inquired about whenever we frequented her within Johannesburg, South Africa in early September. It had been springtime within the Southern Hemisphere and she had purchased and planted a small fuschia grow inside a container outside the entry to the woman's house. It was only a shrub when we have there been, absolutely no blossoms simply leaves.

There are several vegetation although that may as well as perform blossom with out a lot fuss. Begonias, as well as geraniums come instantly to mind, and I also have a overhead associated with thorns which flowers constantly for me personally. My hibiscus plant blossoms hours in the drop after i bring it within from outside and thus will my fuschia grow.

Along with completing my pendant owner (and working upon some more Fall wreaths), I have been washing the place up a bit. This required getting rid of the plants on the patio that were drowned within our last difficult rain. I threw out the withered stems of three out of 4 containers however, lo as well as behold! The ultimate container was blossoming. Blooming I say to you! The Fuschia plant does fabulously as well as was moved from a corner within the patio, to the shepard's crook exactly where I could display it in public to passersby.

Whether you select a dangling pot, or something like that around the floor, it is important that your own fuschia’s brand new planter offers excellent drainage. The best depleting containers are ones that have the holder at the base to carry the actual water as it empties out. Without a tray, the water may run away too rapidly as well as your grow is going to be left lacking the necessary nutrients. The holder allows your fuschia to soak up nutrients in the drinking water before it all empties aside. And this is vital to having a healthy fuschia grow, because if there's something that these plants rely on it is abundant nutrients. In fact, most experienced fuschia growers feed their plants on the normal schedule of each and every two weeks.