Very freely produces quite large flowers which have the best colour when grown in shady conditions. Growth is lax so can be trained for hanging basket displays. May need some support as flowers are heavy.Tube: White with green tinge, in sun white with pink tinge.Sepals: White, fading to very pale..
The first fuchsia registered with the American Fuchsia Society. Ground-breaking at the time, and still a spectacular and lovely plant. Semi trailing habit, ideal for a basket, likes warmth.Tube: Light carmine, very long, slim, bulge at ovary end.Sepals: Light carmine, slim, 1/2 down, bulge at ovary ..
Some sources say this is hardy, some say it isn't. Well worth growing either way, and in any case, hardiness is all about whether a fuchsia is hardy where you plant it. It's a delightful, cheery little fuchsia. Small flowers of substance, not in the least flimsy, and freely produced.Tube: A little ..
Needs much pinching out in early stages but produces beautiful long heavily flowered arching stems. Superb in baskets and containers. Don't be put off by the name. It refers to the overall picture the many long red “legs” of heavily flowered growths bring to mind!Tube: Crimson, slender, longish.Se..
Attractive vintage cultivar with bold flowers showing well against dark foliage.Tube: Red-pink.Sepals: Red-pink, held ½ down, slightly reflexed.Corolla: Persian rose, up to ½ flared, crinkled/ruffled petals.Parentage: (Gartenmeister Bonstedt x Mrs Victor Reiter) x (Gartenmeister Bonstedt x Mrs Victo..