Smallish upright, naturally short jointed growth and dark foliage, needs only light pinching to shape well. Good for smaller containers. Numerous blooms have rich, eye-catching colours, a real beauty.Temporary photo.Tube: Bold pink.Sepals: Bold pink. Held horizontally with slightly reflexed tips.Cor..
Flowers freely. Blooms are small to medium sized and a very pretty flared shape. Lovely container plant.Tube: Warm peachy orange-pink.Sepals: Orange-pink, white picotee. Held fully up over tube. Reflexed tips.Corolla: Smoky coral pink, salmon. Fully flared.Foliage: Medium leaves, mid green...
Superb fuchsia for brightening up a dull or shady corner, performs especially well in dappled shade. Like most plants with golden leaves, foliage tends to burn in strong direct sunTube: Scarlet (46a), slenderSepals: Scarlet (46a), held ¾ downCorolla: Dark purple (83A) pinkish red (64B) at base, held..
A neat upright bush, naturally short jointed and free flowering. The fresh white flowers are set off by pink filaments and striking dark pink red 53C anthers.Tube: White 155C to pure white, faint green stripes, short and grooved.Sepals: White 155C to pure white, very slight recurve to tip, 1/2 down...
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 mi..
Vigorous grower with beautifully shaped tastefully coloured flowers.Tube: Rich burgundy.Sepals: Deep burgundy, held fully up and recurved.Corolla: Dark indigo and purple-violet, burgundy at base of petals. Fully flared when mature.Foliage: Darkish mid green...
A lovely single bush fuchsia; can anyone tell us anything more about it please, especially hybridizer and parentage?Tube: Medium length and thickness, pale pink.Sepals: Medium length and thickness, held 1/2 up, tips reflexed, pale pink with apple green tips.Corolla: Warm magenta pink with a slight p..
Compact, narrowly upright bush ideal for bedding use, very free flowering.Tube: Pale pink, darker candy stripe.Sepals: Pale pink, darker central stripe, tiny green slightly recurved tip, horizontal.Corolla: Mainly white, pale pink base with pink veins, ½ flared, bell shape, smooth, overlapping pe..
Small neat fuchsia ideal for patio containers or bedding. Has had much success on the show bench.Tube: Cerise, short.Sepals: Cerise, held 1/2 up with tips recurved slightly.Corolla: White with basal rose veins, 1/2 flared when mature. Petals are smooth and fairly flat, slight eye tooth shape.Foliage..
Miniature flowers on a vigorous upright and tall bush. Large black berries.Tube: White, cone shaped.Sepals: Held fully up when mature, white pink crimson green.Corolla: White with pale lilac pink blushes, fully flared when mature.Foliage: Not like a typical encliandra at all, much larger, more widel..
A species hybrid with lots of cute little flowers from fat round buds. Berries are said to be among the best tasting of all fuchsias, although they don't seem exceptional to us. However, there are many forms of Globosa.All fuchsia berries are edible, and most taste fine (a bit like Kiwi Fruit) provi..
Slender, smallish flowers in profusion, strong wiry stems, a very vigorous and elegant fuchsia.Tube: Scarlet red, shortish.Sepals: Scarlet red, held ¾ down.Corolla: Purple, shading scarlet purple towards base of petals.Parentage: F. magellanica x unknown...
This little charmer is easy to grow and has good foliage to complement the delightful flowers.A bit of a mystery encliandra as we can't find anything out about it, can you help?Tube: Reddish purple, proportionately long.Sepals: Reddish purple, dark purple tips, held horizontal.Corolla: Lilac purple,..
A charming little pink flower, growth more open and larger, darker leaves than a typical encliandra. Well displayed berries.Tube: Medium, deep pink.Sepals: Deep pink, held half down.Corolla: Slightly paler pink, ¾ flared.Foliage: Small, mid green leaves.Parentage: F. cylindracea x F. encliandra..
Classically shaped flowers, corolla is particularly orange. Vigorous and easy to grow.Tube: White.Sepals: White, held 1/2 down with slight recurve.Corolla: Orange, little or no flare.Foliage: Mid green...
Hard to ignore, flamboyant & audacious. Deserves more attention as it's easy to grow and sensational. Lax growth.Tube: Pink.Sepals: Pink, darker pink below, broad, horizontal to 1/2 up, slight twist, recurved.Corolla: Violet blue and pink ripple, 1/2 flared.Foliage: Medium leaves, mid green...
An exceedingly free flowering and attractive fuchsia. Ideal for containers or bedding. Rare, and beautiful in its simplicity. Sometimes offered as 'Leapines' and if anyone knows which is correct there's a free plant or two in it if they can prove it.Tube: Waxy creamy white.Sepals: Creamy white with ..
Well named, compact and neat grower, easy to grow, early and free flowering. Best colours in shade. Tube: Bright red, short.Sepals: Bright red, held horizontally and slightly recurved.Corolla: Strong lavender blue, 1/4 flared when mature.NKvF 1567..
Classically beautiful fuchsia bearing elegant flowers in subtle colours, flowers extremely freely, very easy to grow. Shows better than average rust resistance for an orange.Tube: White, short, tapers slightly to sepal end.Sepals: White, hint of pink, pale green tip, horizontal, slight recurve.Coro..
A little charmer, with small smoky flowers (similar in size to those of Whiteknights Ruby), and dark leaves.We can't find out anything about its history or origins. If you can help, we'd love to hear from you so we can share your knowledge with other fuchsia enthusiasts.Tube: Rose red blending to r..
Compact, self branching bush, with very pretty, mostly white flowers, nicely set off against the dark green foliage. Flowers virtually continuously.T: Pale pink, short.Sepals: White, with an apple green flush at the tip end. Quite broad, held fully up, tips recurved.Corolla: White, 3/4 flared, sligh..
A lovely encliandra type with dramatic dark red stems and silver leaves. A vigorous semi trailing plant and probably hardy.Tube: Deep pink, long, slender.Sepals: Deep pink, slender, long almost fully up, recurved.Corolla: Lilac-rose, paler base, 3/4 flared.Parentage: Unknown..
Something a bit different with the semi trailing habit that is so useful for hanging baskets and containers. Beautifully coloured flowers, with striking sepals that twist wildly in all directions. Twist and Shout flowers well, and also seems fairly sun tolerant.We'd like to record our thanks to John..
Slender, smallish flowers in profusion on strong wiry stems, a very vigorous fuchsia and excellent garden plant that is often used to make colourful hedges. Graceful, arching growth, the variegated foliage complements the flower colours beautifully.Needs good light, and achieves best size and folia..
Unusual and vigorous encliandra with slender, arching stems and very small, soft leaves. Ideal for training into hoops and other shapes. Hardy in Southern parts of the UK.Tube: White, long for type.Sepals: Pale mauve-pink.Corolla: Pale mauve-pink, darker when mature.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage:..
Imposing, bushy & vigorous, flowers last well.Tube: Scarlet pink blends to orange pink at sepal end, very long, slim.Can anyone tell us anything more about it please?Sepals: Pale orange pink, short, 1/2 down.Corolla: Fuchsia pink, coral base, short, spoon shaped petals, 1/2 flared.Parentage: ?..