Not just a successful exhibition cultivar, a very pretty fuchsia that will look great in your garden containers. Freely carries terminal clusters of softly coloured blooms.Tube: Pale peach pink, tubular, flared.Sepals: Pale peach pink, blending to yellow green tip, broad, short, 1/2 down.Corolla: Pa..
Fuchsias have to be good to remain popular for over a century, and this one is no exception. An easy to grow triphylla that flowers freely and has magnificent foliage.Tube: Light reddish pinkSepals: Light reddish pinkCorolla: Light crimson redFoliage: Dark GreenNKvF 1044..
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..
A classic triphylla cultivar bearing bunches of reddish salmon-pink tubular flowers. Vigorous and easy to grow.Apparently not quite as sensitive to cold as most triphyllas, but still not frost hardy.Also known as 'Börnemann's Best'.Tube: Reddish salmon-pink, long, flared.Sepals: Reddish salmon-pin..
A vigorous and easy triphylla type fuchsia carrying numerous large dense bunches of salmon-orange tubular flowers.Tube: Orange with a salmon pink cast.Sepals: Orange with a salmon pink cast.Corolla: Pink with orange overtones.Foliage: Dark green.Parentage: Thalia x F. fulgens var. gesneriana.NKv..
Superb variegation. See Thalia, it is otherwise identical, but sensitive to overwatering.Stiffly upright growing, benefits from some attention to pinching out in the early stages.Tube: Scarlet-orange, slim and tapering.Sepals: Scarlet-orange with paler tips, held 3/4 down.Corolla: Orange-red.Fol..
Bunches of long, tapered, single flowers produced towards the ends of the stems, flowers generously, an old but reliable triphylla fuchsia which is still deservedly popular. Also known as Coralle.Tube: Long, thin, salmon orange.Sepals: Salmon orange, short.Corolla: Again, salmon orange.Foliage: ..
Gives an impressive display, bearing absolutely masses of smallish but bright flowers.Unusual in that it produces flowers mainly from the leaf axils. Reputedly does not like changes in atmosphere, though we have not seen this ourselves.Tube: Rose-cerise, stubby and bulging.Sepals: Rose-cerise, Hel..
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 ..
One of the very best triphyllas. Superb, well deserves its place in any collection and still winning on the show bench.Tube: Bold electric crimson.Sepals: Bright electric crimson, held fully up.Corolla: Bright electric crimson, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Dark green with deep red veining.Parentage: F. t..
A beautiful fuchsia whose vigorous upright growth needs frequent pinching out in early stages in order to produce a well-shaped plant.The results are truly lovely.Tube: Pink with darker stripes, long, flared.Sepals: Pale pink, narrow, held 1/2 down.Corolla: Rose-pink, 1/4 flared when mature, long..
A particularly free flowering triphylla with massed bunches of long brightly coloured flowers.Ideal for baskets & exhibition. A real beauty that deserves to be better known.Tube: Pink, long.Sepals: Bold pink, held slightly down, straight.Corolla: Deep pink, up to 1/2 flared.Foliage: Medium g..
An unusual triphylla type fuchsia that flowers profusely. The hybridiser, Mario de Cooker, recommends not planting this one in too big a pot because of a 'relatively weak root system'. He also says 'Best as bush, but also tree is possible'.T: Long, mainly white with pink blushes.Sepals: White shadin..
An appealing triphylla type fuchsia with wonderful, long, elegant, flowers for an extended period. Makes a lovely weeping 1/2 standard.Named by the raiser in honour of a remarkable lady who devoted many years to promoting the popularity and cultivation of fuchsias in South Africa.Tube: Red, pink ti..
A petite triphylla/species hybrid and an interesting mix. Cute little flowers and heart shaped leaves.Tube: Short, deep smoky red.Sepals: Short and spiky, deep smoky red tipped with green.Corolla: Short petals, deep smoky red.Foliage: Dark green, heart shaped leaves.Parentage: F. procumbens x Thalia..
This amazes us, if it wasn't so obsessed with chucking out great bunches of stunningly beautiful flowers, we think it would get to be really big.Spectacular, initially has stiff, fast growth which can be brittle when young and snaps easily if you knock it.If growing in a normal pot, (especially in p..
Stiffly upright growing triphylla fuchsia which benefits from some attention to pinching out in the early stages. 1905 and still a winner.Tube: Scarlet-orange, slim and taperingSepals: Scarlet orange with paler tips, 1/2 downCorolla: Orange redFoliage: Bronze fairly large glossy leaves with bol..
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,..