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Currently Unavailable
Hybridiser: N/K
Year Introduced: c.1829
Height 70cm
Spread 65cm


This distinctive fuchsia has been grown and loved since before Queen Victoria ascended to the throne. Tiny, richly coloured flowers, with resulting round, black berries that are surprisingly large and an attractive feature in their own right. Vigorous bushy growth, reckoned to resistant to gall mite. Ideal hardy encliandra for rockeries and front of border.

Tube: Orangey rose-pink

Sepals: Orangey red, 1/2 down, recurved tip.

Corolla: Red, 1/2 flared.

Foliage: Dark green, glossy.

Parentage: Unknown

Flower Size
Tiny (0.5 - 1.5cm) #
Flower Type
Single #
Bush #
H3 (Min 1°C to -5°C) #