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..
Large bunches of gorgeous, very long, bold crimson flowers. Very handsome and vigorous species, ultimately needing a very big pot. The berries of both this and F. boliviana Alba are excellent and widely sold in markets throughout South America for eating fresh or cooked (made into pies, jams etc).Tu..
Large bunches of gorgeous, very long, white pink and crimson flowers. Another very handsome fuchsia. Vigorous, ultimately needing a very big pot. The berries of both this and F. boliviana are excellent and widely sold in markets throughout S. America for eating fresh or cooked (made into pies, jams ..
Vivid blooms, evergreen, blooms most of the year. A lush beauty from the mountain forests of Ecuador and Columbia.Tube: Rich salmon pink, tubular, flared.Sepals: Rich salmon pink, broad and short, horizontal, reflexed tip.Corolla: Orange, bell shape, smooth, spoon shaped petals, 3/4 flared.Section:..
A very appealing and pretty little fuchsia. Dainty, elegant, and free flowering.Tube: Pale pink.Sepals: Rich rose pink, quite long, 1/2 down.Corolla: Dark purple, small, neat, little or no flare.Foliage: Mid green, small leaves.Section: Quelusia...
Can be a difficult fuchsia to propagate. Prefers slightly cooler conditions than most. More than one form in propagation - we have three forms that are each slightly different.Tube: Pink red, long, slim, flared.Sepals: Red pink through white to green reflexed tip, 1/2 down.Corolla: Scarlet to re..
One of the easiest and least troublesome fuchsias to grow, is vigorous, flowers freely. Proven resistance to rust, red spider mite and white fly. Reputedly also completely resistant to Fuchsia Gall Mite. Attracting increasing interest from hybridisers for its virtual invulnerability.Originating in t..
Reckoned to be quite a rare species fuchsia. Has a rather wiry growth habit and may need some support. Uses other shrubs and climbers for support in the wild and can easily be trained into very tall shapes. Lovely long, arching stems with lots of elegant flowers. First found in Brazil.Tube: Red.Se..
A lovely species that clearly demonstrates the variety within the genus. Flowers best on older growths during months with shorter days. Vigorous, making strong growth in summer, and ultimately needing a very large pot. Produces large orange fruits.Has been observed growing epiphytically in the wild...
Unusual species fuchsia with multi coloured flowers borne on the stems.Tube: Dark pink to aubergine.Sepals: Aubergine to yellow green, held horizontal and reflexed.Corolla: Vestigial, aubergine, 3/4 flared.Section: Skinnera...
A hardy creeping and trailing species from New Zealand. Flowers face upwards and have bright blue pollen. Proportionately large pinkish orange berries.Shady conditions encourage leafy growth, but few flowers. Sunnier conditions have the opposite effect.We find that this (and Wirral, its variegated..
A beautifully variegated form of F. procumbens. Originally known as Argenteus, but modern international taxonomy standards don't allow Latin names for cultivars.A hardy creeping and trailing plant whose tiny, unusual flowers face upwards and have bright blue pollen. Proportionately large pinkish o..
Probably the most free-flowering fuchsia amongst the F. regia subspecies, very vigorous and can get to be a large bush.Tube: Bold red.Sepals: Bold red, held 1/2 down and recurved slightly.Corolla: Purple, unflared.Foliage: Dark green, small slender leaves with red veining.Section: Quelusia...
Fuchsia splendens is widely distributed and has been observed on rare occasions growing as an epiphyte.Flowers all year in the wild, will do so in the UK if conditions are suitable. As with F. juntasensis, seems to like flowering in the months having shorter days, making growth in summer.Tube: Cora..
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...
A strong growing, lush, species hybrid (see NKvF description) with long, tubular flowers borne in terminal clusters. This vigorous beauty needs a large pot and minimum temperatures of at least 7°C. Water sparingly in the cooler months.Often offered as F. fulgens Rubra Grandiflora, or F. fulgens var..