A vigorous free-flowering plant, lovely colour combination in a compact and classic hardy fuchsia. Good genuinely hardy garden plant and ideal for quarter standard. Small flowers in proportion with plant, stems more brittle than average, so avoid windy sitesTube: Fairly short, crimsonSepals: Crimson..
A tiny treasure that is hardy in mild areas. Very prettily coloured, naturally bushy, easy, grows well. One for the connoisseur - no that's codswallop, this is such a beauty everyone should have one.Tube: Orange pink.Sepals: Pink and white, horizontal, tips recurved.Corolla: Rose red, fully flared.F..
Striking species hybrid, produces a lot of flowers for its type on a small, free-branching bush.Tube: Red with orange overtones, flattened.Sepals: Bold rose pink with green tips.Corolla: Half flared, orange, sometimes with red edges.Parentage: ((F. michoacanensis x F. obconica) x Ashley) x F. splen..
Charming encliandra hybrid fuchsia, as pretty as you could wish for and easy to grow and train.Tube: Magenta redSepals: Magenta with green tipsCorolla: Deep magenta redFoliage: Dark green glossy tiny leavesParentage: F. encliandra x F. hemsleyanaAFS 1136..
A very pretty and easy to grow encliandra type fuchsia. Has a slightly larger flower than the average encliandra. Ideal for training as bonsai. Arching, open, slightly lax growth. Ideal for training as bonsai.Tube: Pale pink, slim.Sepals: Pink, darker towards tips and darkening overall with matur..
Flowers profusely, and gives a superb display, especially when grown outside as much as possible, weather permitting. Does need some initial good pinching to encourage extra flowering shoots and keep to a reasonable size, grows vigorously.Chang has been grown and loved by gardeners around the world..
One of the very best hardy fuchsias for sheer flower power, very vigorous and free-flowering, a typical Lye cultivar in this respect.Tube: Deep carmine pinkSepals: Dark carmine pink, held ¼ down and well recurvedCorolla: Dark indigo-purple with raspberry base. ½ flaredParentage: Arabella Improved x ..
Flowers early, profusely and over a long period. Easy to grow. Highly recommended trouble free cultivar which can be trained easily to most shapes, though it doesn't do weeping styles easily. Very stiff upright growth, makes excellent half, three quarter, or full standards.Tube: Red, sometimes str..
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 little hardy encliandra fuchsia, makes a very good bonsai. Attractive berries.Tube: Dark pinkSepals: Dark pink with green recurved tips, horizontal.Corolla: Light pink, fully flared, strongly recurved, petals noticeably longer than sepals.Foliage: Mid green...
An excellent cultivar with small flowers produced generously and dependably over a long season. Individual shoots are strongly upright, but the plant remains tight and densely bushy.Tube: CeriseSepals: Cerise, held 1/2 down with slightly reflexed tipsCorolla: Vivid purpleParentage: Pumila x Venus ..
Richly coloured flowers, and lots of them. Dense, bushy growth, largely self branching, hardy to -9°C. Gorgeous. (Extra petaloids make some flowers semi double.)Tube: Dark red purple 60C, short, slim.Sepals: Dark red purple 60C, 1/2up, recurved tip.Corolla: Dark purple 79A, matures dark purple 79B, ..
Strong upright grower which can make quite a large plant. Bears tiny but very pretty flowers, that change colour significantly as they mature.Tube: White, matures dark red 53A, short.Sepals: White 155A, maturing dark red. Held fully up, tips recurved.Corolla: Opens and matures pure white, fully flar..
A light and airy encliandra. Very pretty, distinctly long flowers, wiry growth. Round glossy black fruits.Tube: Overall blush of dark pink 61D, proportionately long and slim, peg top.Sepals: Dark pink N57D above, blushed pink 68C below, slightly down, slightly recurved.Corolla: Purple red 58B, paler..
Very pretty, miniature flowered, compact, bushy little encliandra. First found in Mexico.Tube: Pale rose pink, conical.Sepals: Bold rose pink, slender, held 3/4 up.Corolla: Bright and bold rose pink, fully flared, petals recurved.Section: Encliandra...
Naturally bushy and vigorous encliandra species from the Sierra Madre region of Mexico bearing profuse red-pink flowers. Both foliage and flowers are larger than is found on a typical encliandra cultivar. In the pine, oak and alder forests at 2,600m above sea level where it grows in the wild, this..
Very vigorous bushy little encliandra type fuchsia bearing tiny but numerous flowers.Tube: ScarletSepals: Purple scarlet, 1/2 up, recurved tips, longer than petals.Corolla: Very pale pink on opening, darkening to proper fuchsia pink when mature, 1/2 flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: Unknown...
Very pretty and easy to grow, lovely. A compact and bushy little plant.Tube: White with hint of rose blush.Sepals: White with rose blush.Corolla: Pale lilac-pink.Parentage: Flash x F. magellanica AlbaAFS 977, NKvF 1246..
Naturally densely bushy and free-flowering, with some hardiness. The flowers open very pale, and darken as they mature. Top quality encliandra hybrid, some hardiness, a little beauty, recommended.Tube: White, rose blush (56C).Sepals: Pale rose (56C).Corolla: Pale rose, fully flared, petals recurved..
Not your typical hardy, Galadriel is a jolly little fuchsia that enjoys a warm sunny position where it will flower particularly well. Ideal for permanent bedding with its bright colours, self branching compact habit, and outward-facing flowers. A real cutie.Tube: Beige 159C, (ivory white), medium ..
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,..
This charming little hardy fuchsia, (one of the well known “Seven Dwarves”), often grows wider than tall, though that's not a drawback. Free flowering, usually with two buds per axil, so in the right place it looks superb. Ideal for rockeries, small borders etc.Always popular, and a true dwarf, with..
This pre-1914 beauty was named after the Egyptian goddess famed for her magical powers. Easy and naturally bushy.There are three fuchsias called ‘Isis’, this was the first to be given that name.Tube: Palest Pink, darker each end.Sepals: Pale pink, white at tips, horizontal and recurved.Corolla: Red-..
Natural shrublike growth makes this a very useful encliandra fuchsia for bonsai. One of the few scented fuchsia cultivarsTube: Coral pinkSepals: Coral pinkCorolla: Smoky salmon pinkFoliage: Mid greenParentage: F. encliandra x..
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..
Delicious unfading pale pink blooms. Compact, neat and densely bushy habit, with upright growth that is naturally short jointed and self branching.Small, quite dark leaves provide a perfect foil to the pale flowers, which tend to face outwards, enhancing the display. Although small, they have subst..
Produces lots of cute flowers and is quite a vigorous fuchsia, producing long stems laden with scented flowersTube: PinkSepals: Pink and whiteCorolla: Coral pinkFoliage: Mid green, petiteParentage: Unknown..
Neat and floriferous, with 2 to 3 flowers buds per axil. Dark stems perfectly complement the intensely coloured flowers. A little cracker, perfect for rockery, border edge, bonsai or exhibition.Tube: Purple red, between N79C and 71A, short, glossy, peg top.Sepals: Purple red, between N79C and 71A,..
Fuchsia Katinka bears slightly larger flowers than most encliandra types, to great effect it must be said. A gemTube: Fuchsia pink and scarletSepals: Scarlet with orangey overtonesCorolla: Red with orangey overtonesFoliage: Mid to dark greenParentage: F. ravenii x F. microphylla ssp. microphylla..
Very pretty fuchsia, distinctive habit with long arching stems closely hung with many small intensely coloured blooms. Makes a first-rate small standard. Profuse single flowers.The name comes from the first three letters of Kath van Hanegem's name, along with the name of her son, Jan.Tube: Rich re..
Naturally compact self branching bush, short jointed. Small pale single flowers with a hint of pink in tube and sepals, very pretty and suitable for exhibition. Extremely free flowering.Tube: Cream with a hint of pink, short, rounded.Sepals: White above, faint pink blush below, pale green recurved ..
This beauty has flowers with distinct orangey centres, and a pink, lobed stigma; very attractive.Tube: Medium length, slightly bulbous, rich pink.Sepals: Rich pink upper, ditto below but with a greenish yellow patch in the middle, held very slightly down from horizontal.Corolla: Quite short, broad p..
Good rockery or border edging fuchsia, a neat and compact grower that flowers well. Makes great mini or quarter standards.Tube: Reddish light carmine, short.Sepals: Reddish light carmine, held half down.Corolla: White with pale carmine veining near the base of the petals. Half flared when mature.Par..
Neat and bushy, vigorous and easy to grow, makes a great container or summer border plant.Tube: Waxy cream 159C.S: Cream 159C, pink flush above, paler 159C/D below, slightly down, recurved tip.C: Neyron rose 55D, dark edge 55A, near white base, 2 petals are 1/4 flared, 2 are 1/2 flared, giving a dis..
An encliandra type fuchsia which liberally produces miniature brightly coloured flowers. One of our favouritesTube: Short, bright pinkSepals: Bright pinkCorolla: Orangey pinkFoliage: Dark green, tiny leaves with crinkly edgesParentage: Unknown..
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..
A charming cultivar that works well in small containers or the front of your borders. Very small leaves and flowers, so would make a superb bonsai.Tube: White, pale green stripe, slim.Can anyone tell us the parentage of this little cracker?Sepals: White above, pink N57C below, lime green 149B slig..
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..
An endearing little encliandra whose flowers change colour as they mature.Tube: White, short.Sepals: Pink, horizontal.Corolla: Opens white, matures reddish pink, fully flared.Parentage: F. encliandra x unknown.AFS 1582..
Wide flowers, (5cm (2") measured across the sepals), but they still look small. This is a super little plant that's easy to grow. Tube: Red 45A, fairly short, plump and rounded.Sepals: Dark pink red 52A, horizontal, slightly recurved tiny pale green tip.Corolla: Purple pink N74B, 1/4 to 1/2flared..
A compact encliandra type, new for 2015, with abundant pretty white flowers which develop reddish purple blushes as they mature. The flower has a stigma with four distinct lobes. The leaves on this cultivar are small, with a soft texture.Tube: White, proportionately long.Sepals: White, held slightly..
Very vigorous encliandra fuchsia with wiry stems, often used for training around shaped structures. Deservedly popularTube: Light crimsonSepals: Light crimsonCorolla: Pale purpleFoliage: Mid to dark greenParentage: Unknown..
A classic fuchsia flower in deep colours which display beautifully against the lighter foliage.Tube: Dark red, short, peg.Sepals: Dark red, quite long, horizontal and gracefully recurved.Corolla: Very dark aubergine navy blue, 1/2 flared.Foliage: Light mid green.NKvF 2713..
Ideal cultivar for smaller containers and for producing small standards. Very pretty, easy to grow, a real cutie.Tube: Light pink 76D.Sepals: Light pink 76D, yellow green 150C recurved tip, horizontal.Corolla: Dark cyclamen purple 74A/B, paler base, matures cyclamen purple 74B, 1/4 flared.Parenta..
An unusual scented encliandra fuchsia that carries white pink and red flowers all at the same timeTube: White pink and redSepals: White pink and redCorolla: White pink and redFoliage: Dark greenParentage: Unknown..
Encliandra type fuchsia that liberally produces tiny but perfect single flowers. Seldom needs pinching out. Tube: White with pink blushSepals: White with green tingeCorolla: Pink with white blushFoliage: Mid green and smallParentage: Unknown..
A first rate easy and vigorous encliandra, highly recommended. Flowers are larger than average for an encliandra. Free flowering, often with more than one flower per node. Sometimes called 'Obcilin'.Tube: Short, light orangey pink.Sepals: Held slightly up, light orangey pink.Corolla: Fully flared, ..
This is a cutie; tiny spiky little dark pinkish orange flowers that stick out in all directions on an open and upright bush.Tube: Slender and proportionately long, dark pinkish orange.Sepals: Quite long and thin, held 1/2 up, dark pinkish orange.Corolla: Dark orange, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Mid gree..
Easy, self branching cultivar that with very little pinching produces a very dense bushy plant. Great for shapes and bonsai.Tube: Pale rose.Sepals: Pale rose with darker tips, horizontal, recurved.Corolla: White with pink tinge, fully flared. Distinctive stigma with three white lobes.Foliage: Mi..