Charming encliandra hybrid fuchsia, as pretty as you could wish for and easy to grow and train.Tube: Magenta redSepals: Magenta with green tipsCorolla: Deep magenta redFoliage: Dark green glossy tiny leavesParentage: F. encliandra x F. hemsleyanaAFS 1136..
A very fast growing fuchsia bearing masses of long single flowers produced towards the end of its branches. Flowers similar to those of a triphylla, but it isn't one. Surprisingly cold tolerant. Its lax bush/semi trailing habit make it very useful in containers or baskets. Flowers profusely for a v..
Natural shrublike growth makes this a very useful encliandra fuchsia for bonsai. One of the few scented fuchsia cultivarsTube: Coral pinkSepals: Coral pinkCorolla: Smoky salmon pinkFoliage: Mid greenParentage: F. encliandra x..
An endearing little encliandra whose flowers change colour as they mature.Tube: White, short.Sepals: Pink, horizontal.Corolla: Opens white, matures reddish pink, fully flared.Parentage: F. encliandra x unknown.AFS 1582..
Produces lots of stunning flowers which display well against the red-veined dark foliage. Sometimes incorrectly sold as 'Shauna Lindsay', but James Travis named this cultivar after his granddaughter, Shuna.Can anyone tell us the parentage?Tube: Vermilion blending to pink, long.Sepals: Orange, pin..
Very strong growing, abundant very attractive flowers. One of the prettiest hardies.Tube: Pale pink, fairly short.Sepals: Pale pink top, rose underside, long and narrow, horizontal to 1/2 down.Corolla: Violet-blue, rose at base.Parentage: Venus Victrix x unknown.AFS 1148, NKvF 2136..
Upright and bushy with plenty of flowers, a graceful and pretty double.Tube: White, fairly short.Sepals: White with green tips, quite broad, held fully up, slight recurve at tips.Corolla: Orchid-blue maturing pale orchid-purple, 3/4 flared. Quite short petals.AFS 1149, NKvF 3462..