Named by the British Fuchsia Society for their Golden Jubilee. Needs some early pinching, but then breaks well and flowers profusely. Hardy to 0°C, 32°F.Tube: Pale pink.Sepals: Pale pink, recurved at tips.Corolla: Claret rose.Foliage: Dark green (137A).Parentage: Igloo Maid x Rubra Grandiflora..
If you haven't grown a triphylla type fuchsia before, this is a great one to try first, but will appeal to anyone who likes this type, being easy, trouble free and vigorous. Naturally a lax bush or semi trailer, bearing terminal clusters of big, gorgeous, rich orange flowers.Unusually (and usefully..
Extremely free-flowering fuchsia, which together with its naturally lax habit makes it an excellent choice for hanging baskets.Tube: Porcelain-white with occasional faint rose blush.Sepals: Pale pink with apple green tips. Held horizontally or slightly up with recurved tips. Broad.Corolla: Pale l..
Deep vibrant colours, self branching. Smaller, slightly lax bush that reliably gives a fine display for exhibition, bedding, garden or trained, very popular.Tube: Rich red violet, medium length and thickness.Sepals: Rich red violet, slightly paler towards tips, held 3/4 up and straight with tiny t..
Large but slender blooms, 6cm long. As they mature, each petal develops a streak of lighter colour, and becomes pleated. Vibrant, profuse and graceful. Hardy to 0°C.Tube: Light orange 40D, 2.5cm (1") long.Sepals: Light orange 40D, up to about 4.5cm (1¾”) long x 6mm (¼") wide.Corolla: Red 45C with a..
Triphylla/species hybrid which is predominantly terminal flowering. Very long, strikingly bright, single flowers. Sensitive to overwatering. Although best treated as H1c or H2 for optimum flowering, it is actually hardy to 0°C.Tube: Orange 32A, long & slender.Sepals: Orange 32A, sharply pointed,..