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Hybridiser: Fuchsiarama, (ES)
Year Introduced: 1987
Height 105cm
Spread 85cm


A beautiful encliandra fuchsia with somewhat lax growth and ability to produce long arching stems bearing numerous cute little flowers

Tube: Light pink

Sepals: Light pink

Corolla: Palest pink

Foliage: Mid green

Parentage: Mendocini Mini x

AFS 2165

TOMARAMA - No. 2165

(Fuchsiarama, 1987)

Single. Upright or trailer

Full flared flat 2mm (1/16) long x 2mm wide COROLLA opens reddish purple (71B) maturing slightly lighter (71C) with turned up petal edges

Horizontally held 3mm (1/8) long x 2mm wide SEPALS are light pink (62D) with a green (130D) center and recurved tips

Proportionately long thick TUBE is bright pink (57A) shading lighter (63B) and 5mm (1/8) long

STAMENS do not extend below corolla with white (155D) filaments and anthers

PISTIL extends 2mm below corolla with white style and white 4 lobed stigma

Thin narrow BUD

FOLIAGE is medium green (137A) on the upper surface, lighter (138B) on the lower surface with 15mm (5/8) long x 9mm (3/8) wide elliptic shaped leaves, serrate edges, obtuse tips and bases

Veins are medium green with tan/brown (200D) stems and reddish (71A) branches

PARENTAGE: Mendocino Mini x unknown

Self branching trailer to lax upright

Will make a good basket, upright, standard, trellis, miniature or bedding plant

Prefers overhead filtered light in a cool to warm climate but will take full sun in coastal areas with best bloom color in bright light

Cold weather hardy to 30°F

Fast growing, easy to grow, hard to over or underwater

Tested 3 years in Fort Bragg and the San Joaquin Valley, California, USA

Distinguishing features: disease free, easy to grow, blooms frequently for an encliandra-type.

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