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Hybridiser: Burns, David, (UK)
Year Introduced: 1984

Waveney Valley is a particularly easy low maintenance fuchsia to grow, it is self deadheading, dropping its flowers after maturing, so always looks clean and fresh. Excellent upright bushy habit, makes good half or full standards. Has single and semi double flowers.

Tube: Creamy white, short.

Sepals: Creamy white above, very pale pink below, apple green tips, held horizontally and fully recurved.

Corolla: Lavender blue maturing to lavender pink, ½ flared.

Foliage: Lime green with slight yellow flecks.

Parentage: Margaret Roe x Eden Lady.

NKvF 2990

Flower Size
Small (1.5 - 3cm) #
Flower Type
Single #
Semi Double #
Bush #
H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C) #