Good exhibition cultivar with a short jointed, self branching, naturally neat form, outward and upward facing flowers in sensational colours. Flowers are carried so profusely that branches may need support. Great for patio containers too.Tube: Carmine, short.Sepals: Carmine at base then mottled ca..
Naturally compact and free branching, very pretty, lovely colours, always popular, suits exhibition. Nice. Very, very, nice.Tube: Dark pink, short.Sepals: Pale pink with green tips. Held 1/2 up, slightly reflexed.Corolla: Blue, matures to pale cerise, paler at petal base, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Med..
Attractive and elegant, free flowering, exhibition quality, highly recommended. Take care not to overwater.Tube: White with a pink blush, short.Sepals: White with pink blushes and green tips. Quite long, held slightly above horizontal and recurved.Corolla: Pale blue maturing to lavender, diffusi..
A self-branching smallish bush fuchsia, which continually produces stunning white and purple flowers. Gorgeous.Tube: Cream with faint green stripes, medium length and thickness.Sepals: Pure white on top, lower surface cream with a very faint pink flush, held horizontally, tips recurved.Corolla: Ha..
Bold and brassy fuchsia. Great basket cultivar, as although the flowers are large, they are carried freely.German bred and named, often incorrectly referred to as Blue Angel in the UK.Tube: White 192C with pale green stripeSepals: White, green recurved tip, 1/2 up, broad, concave.Corolla: Blue vi..
A lovely double flowered fuchsia capable of superb displays in hanging baskets. Benefits from a little cossetting over winter.Tube: White and pale rose, short.Sepals: Rose pink through white to green tips. Held almost fully up and slightly recurved.Corolla: Pale violet-blue fading to white at base o..
Gorgeous, right up there with the very best of the blues. Produces lots of flowers and is largely self deadheading.Tube: White, faint stripe.Sepals: Long, bright white fading to apple green.Corolla: Strong lavender blue with white 'flames' at base.Foliage: Mid green.AFS 915, NKvF 1082..
A vigorous naturally trailing fuchsia bearing lots of large white and pale blue flowers. Easily produces a spectacular hanging basket display.Can anyone tell us the parentage?Tube: White with pink candy stripes, short.Sepals: White, held horizontally with varying recurve. Broad and concave, staying ..
Vigorous grower. Easy but is a greedy fuchsia that needs to be fed well.Tube: White, plump and short.Sepals: White on top, pink underside, green tipped.Corolla: Lavender faintly blushed with rose, delicate pink veined.Foliage: Medium green.AFS 1084, NKvF 1129..
Flowers profusely and easy to grow. Ideal summer bedding or container plant, possibly hardy.Tube: White.Sepals: Long, rhodamine pink fading through white to green tips. Slightly swept back from corolla and with recurved tips.Corolla: A bold wisteria blue growing paler toward base of petals.Foliag..
A jewel indeed, from one of the UK's great hybridizers. Starts to flower early and continues to do so very freely. Naturally good bushy growth, easy and reliable, well suited to container and bedding purposes. Recommended.Although this photo is of an early, (and slightly immature) flower, more typic..
Distinctive small to medium flowers, freely produced from early in the season on a neat and compact plant. Well suited to small pot classes at exhibition. A little smasher from one of the UK's top hybridisers.Highly prized by exhibitors in the past and still deserves to be treasured. Tube: Pale pink..
A hardy garden cultivar, that will also make a good basket. However you grow it, those big flowers are gorgeous.Tube: Magenta 63B, quite long,thin.Sepals: Pale lavender 69C above, light purple red 78D below. Horizontal but well recurved.Corolla: Purple 83B, base red purple 71C, unflared, long, smoo..
Free flowering lax growth makes excellent hanging basket, pinch well for bush. Vigorous, prefers some shade, suits bedding.Large, eye-catching flowers - 5cm (2") from top of tube to bottom edge of petals. This graceful fuchsia is a real beauty that stands out in any display. Absolutely gorgeous.With..
Strong spreading growth and large, abundant flowers, underrated.Can anyone tell us its parentage?Tube: White.Sepals: White, green tip, long & narrow, horizontal to 1/2 up, strongly recurved.Corolla: Pale lavender, matures more pink, white base, long, smooth overlapping petals, 1/2 flared.Foliage:..
Beautiful pastel shaded flowers (single or semi double) display well against the lush foliage. Upright, well branched growth.Tube: Creamy white with hint of pink, slim.Sepals: White with hint of pink, 1/2 up, well recurved almost back to tube.Corolla: Periwinkle blue, 1/2 flared.Foliage: Mid gr..
Popular double which has large flowers in lilac blue and white. Easy to grow, and very free flowering for a double.Tube: Creamy white 155D medium sized.Sepals: Held 1/2 up, with a slight twist. Creamy white 155D above, the same below, but with a flush of pink 58B. Pale green, recurved tips. Cor..
Dainty and distinctive. A colourful beauty that bears plenty of shapely blooms. Easy to grow and very rewarding.Tube: White 155D, shortSepals: White 155D, green recurved tip, rose blushes at base. Broad, 1/2 up.Corolla: Opens violet 90C, matures dark purple 78A, fully flared, wavy petal edge.Foliage..
Versatile, very good for containers, bedding and the show bench.Named in memory of a member of Keith's wife's family.Tube: Creamy pink.Sepals: Creamy pink, held horizontally with slight recurve.Corolla: Steely wisteria blue maturing lavender. Up to 1/2 flared when mature.Foliage: Mid green.Paren..
Flowers profusely, very showy in a sophisticated sort of way. Versatile, can be used in hanging baskets and trained into larger standards.Tube: White with pale pink candy stripes, short.Sepals: White with pink tinge, darker at base. Held horizontally with recurved tips.Corolla: As near blue as yo..
Short jointed and self branching with outward and upward looking flowers.Tube: Light rose 63D, faint red stripe, short.Sepals: White, trace of red at base, green recurved tip, 1/2 to fully up.Corolla: Violet blue 91A, matures violet 75A, 1/4 to 1/2 flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: Estelle M..
Very successful show cultivar. The weight of the many flowers tends to cause the branches to arch downwards, making this useful for hanging baskets as well as containers. Highly recommended.Tube: White, pink stripe, short, peg top.Sepals: White, green recurved tip, 1/2 to fully up.Corolla: Blue, ..
A free flowering, free branching, short jointed fuchsia. Ideal for containers or bedding. Eye-catching with its bold colours. Produces single and semi double flowers and holds its colour well.Tube: Cream, pink tint and stripe, very short and round.Sepals: Cream, pink tint at base and edge, green ..
Beautiful flowers produced in a long succession on a tidy plant. Strong, bushy, growth. Gorgeous.Tube: Pale pink, darker stripes, slim, peg top.Sepals: Pink, fully up, recurved.Corolla: Lavender blue, pink and pale rose at the base, 1/2 flared, smooth petals...
A generously free-flowering, vigorous, stiffly upright bush cultivar. Beautiful flowers. Superb fuchsia, colours are white and blue if grown in shade.Tube: White, dark rose stripe.Sepals: White, slight dark rose flush and veins at base, horizontal, well recurved.Corolla: Violet, matures plum purp..
Elegant and shapely flowers in cool white and misty lilac blue. What's not to like? (Introduced by S Orton, UK hybridiser unknown, date c1978.)Tube: White, pale pink stripe, slim.Sepals: Proportionately long and slim, white, with a trace of pink, held almost fully up, greenish tips.Corolla: Blu..
Aptly named, beautifully coloured flowers face outwards. May have single blooms.Can anyone tell us its parentage?Tube: Pale pink.Sepals: Pale pink above, base flushed dark rose below, green tip, broad, concave, 1/2 up.Corolla: Soft lavender blue, paler base, fully flared.Parentage: ?..
Eye-catching and floriferous cultivar. Bears single and double blooms simultaneously.T: Creamy white with pink stripes, rose pink at join with sepals.Sepals: Rose pink through white to tiny pale green tips. Held fully up with slight recurve when mature.Corolla: Violet and blue, paler at base of p..
Beautifully coloured 'Pamela Hutchinson' may carry single or semi double blooms, and was the last cultivar hybridized by Cliff Gadsby.T: White 155A, short, rounded.Sepals: Red pink 52B flush on light pink ground above, pink 68C below, horizontal to 1/2 up, recurved.Corolla: Opens between violet N82C..
Strong upright grower, needs early pinching. A pretty pastel fuchsia that is well named and carries both single and semi double flowers on the same plant.T: Bold rose pink.Sepals: Bold rose pink, long and curling with green tips, held fully up.Corolla: Pale pastel blue with rose pink splashes.Fo..
Naturally self branching bushy grower. Colours best in semi-shade.T: White with pink stripes.Sepals: White with hint of rose.Corolla: Violet-blue, half to three quarter flared when mature.Foliage: Mid Green.Parentage: Norman Mitchinson x Eden Lady.AFS 1655, NKvF 2765..
A most attractive hardy, the beautifully shaped and coloured flowers open a lovely shade of lavender blue, maturing to soft magenta. Bushy growth, short jointed.Tube: Pink white, fairly short.Sepals: Pink white above, slightly darker below, 1/2 up, tips recurved. Corolla: Soft lavender blue, matures..
Very attractive flowers, beautiful bloom form and colours. Versatile and easy to grow, just the thing for summer containers in pastel colour schemes. Although they look very different, this and ‘Max Cobi’ are actually sister seedlings, the only two from a batch of 90 that Sid thought worthy of intro..
Abundant small to medium sized flowers provide a truly eye-catching display, in gorgeous colours. Named for the famous and historic Preston Guild, held only once every 20 years. As far as we're concerned any year is a good one to grow this graceful beauty.Avoid full sun, which bleaches the blue, and..
Great combination of flower shape and soft colouring. Free flowering for a double, a superb basket cultivar that's also hardy. (Can be grown as a bush with early pinching, but may then need support.)Tube: White.Sepals: White, pink flushed and recurved tips, fully up, hiding tube.Corolla: Silver blu..
Liberally produces very beautiful flowers. Grows well and benefits from a sunny spot and generous feeding. Lax growth, with flowers on arching branches.Tube: Short, white with maybe a greenish tinge.Sepals: White, green at the tips, held 1/2 up, tips slightly recurved.Corolla: An extraordinary vi..
Free flowering single and semi double. Probably has some hardiness, given parentage. Good bushy growth.Tube: Pink red, fairly short.Sepals: Pinkish red, broad, 1/2 up, concave, slight recurve.Corolla: Bluish lavender, red veins, paler base, 1/4 flared.Parentage: Dollar Prinzessin x unknown.NKvF 2110..
Bushy growth ideal for baskets or containers, a very colourful fuchsia giving an eye-catching display.Tube: Rose with darker stripes.Sepals: White with hint of rose, held 1/2 down with slight recurve.Corolla: Electric indigo, 1/2 flared.NKvF 2122..
A show bench favourite, great for bedding and superb in pots and patio containers.Tube: WhiteSepals: White with very slight pink blush. Held slightly up and recurved.Corolla: Lavender blue, 1/4 flaredParentage: Estelle Marie x Coquet Dale AFS 1732, NKvF 2147..
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..
Upright and bushy with plenty of flowers, a graceful and pretty double.Tube: White, fairly short.Sepals: White with green tips, quite broad, held fully up, slight recurve at tips.Corolla: Orchid-blue maturing pale orchid-purple, 3/4 flared. Quite short petals.AFS 1149, NKvF 3462..
Free flowering, flowers are small, elegant and lovely. This cultivar can claim to have traces of its genes in all white tubed fuchsias. Originally a seedling unintentionally raised by Gulliver of Herstmonceaux in 1840 and introduced at the price of one guinea by Cripps of Tunbridge Wells in 1842. ..