Medium sized single or semi double, bright, bold and with substance. Vigorous and robust bush, needs pinching to shape well. Good in summer containers.Tube: Light red 52D, plump, rounded.Sepals: Red 52A, broad, concave, 1/2 up, tiny green tip.Corolla: Red 50A, slightly darker petal edge, 3/4 flared,..
Strikingly coloured and easy to grow cultivar, suitable for exhibition, containers and bedding. Largely self deadheading, it is also nicely bushy, and breaks well. Flowers are medium sized, and hang on a fairly long pedicel.Tube: White and very short.Sepals: Pale rose pink 62B with apple green t..
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..
Freely produces small to medium sized bright flowers, Suitable for patio containers or borders, very popular.Tube: White with coral pink blush at ovary end.Sepals: White with faint green recurved tips, horizontal.Corolla: Glowing pink orange, 1/4 to 1/2 flared.Foliage: Dark green, purple overton..
Named after the iconic Dutch writer of children's books, poetry, musicals and more, this beautiful fuchsia of unusual colouring, and attractively shaped blooms, is easy to grow. Good for hanging baskets and containers. May survive a slight frost but not winter hardy.Tube: Magenta, medium length an..
Elegant and lovely, excellent in containers or summer bedding, superb display on an easy to grow plant.Tube: Pale orange 39C with hint of lilac, long and slender.Sepals: Pale orange above, rose pink 49B below with tiny green recurved tips. Quite long, held just below horizontal.Corolla: Lilac ros..
Produces its lovely and unusual flowers freely. These contrast well with the dark foliage to give an eye catching display. Self branching growth.Unlike most white fuchsias, this one prefers bright light and even tolerates full sun. Tube: White, faint green bulbous top. Sepals: White above, pink edge..
Eye catching, easy to grow, classically beautiful cultivar suitable for exhibition, containers or bedding.Tube: White with pink candy stripes, long and slender.Sepals: White with apple green tips, held fully up and recurved.Corolla: Dark reddish purple, 1/4 flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: ..
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..
Bright flowers are generally unaffected by weather, and display well against the mid green foliage. Lovely container or bedding plant.Tube: White with pale pink striping.Sepals: White with rose flushes and stripes and green tips, held 1/2 up and recurved.Corolla: White, 1/4 flared when mature.Fol..
Neat and numerous single flowers. The rich, smoky flowers look lovely against the dark foliage and give a good display. An unusual hardy, not what you would expect at all for a plant that can cope with temperatures down to -14.4°C.Tube: Deep rose redSepals: Rose red, slightly darker undersideCoro..
The name says it all really. One of the longest flowers you can expect to see on a fuchsia. Growth is slender and requires as much pinching out as you can manage, also if you can provide some support for the longer stems it can help. Not an easy fuchsia to shape, but gives a superb display in whatev..
Smallish upright bush suitable for quarter or half standards as well as containers or bedding. Self branching. Prefers full sun.Tube: White with pink stripes, short.Sepals: White with deep rose pink stripes, held half up.Corolla: Violet, bold. Slightly flared and barrel shaped.Foliage: Mid green.Par..
Flowers and flowers, at least two per node, a wonderful fuchsia, that’s a favourite with exhibitors and gardeners alike. Keep in good light, and get it outdoors as much as you can in Spring, as soon as it’s safe to do so; this one quickly gets leggy under glass.No fuchsia copes well with overwateri..
Stiffly upright bush fuchsia with numerous semi-erect single white and coral pink flowers. Superb container, pot or summer bedding plant.Tube: White 155C, short and plump.Sepals: White with a hint of pink and tiny green tips, held horizontal to 1/2 up.Corolla: Magenta pink 57C, darker picotee edg..
Another of Mario de Cooker's wonderful hybrids, this self-branching fuchsia carries its delightful rose pink tubular flowers in generous terminal clusters.Tube: Light coral 38A, faint darker stripes, long and slender.Sepals: White below, coral at base above, pale green recurved tip. Horizontal to 1/..
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, ..
Another beautiful cultivar from the Monnier stable, in delicious white and lilac with pink. A natural trailer, self branching and plenty of flowers. This video clip from 2008 shows its hybridizer, Ron Monnier, talking about it and his other wonderful introductions from that year.Tube: Quite long, m..
Another stunning cultivar from Mario, slender, elegant and dramatic. Ideal for containers, makes a good basket, and can also be planted in the garden as a permanent hardy. Numerous flowers in terminal racemes. Superb.Stamens and pistil extend only about 1cm from the corolla, even when the flower is ..
Self branching small bush that flowers generously. Good for containers, bedding and borders.Tube: Dark rose (54B).Sepals: Quite long, red purple (67A) upper surface and dark rose (67C) below, held half up, tips recurved.Corolla: Quite short in relation to sepals, dark purple (86A), quarter flared.F..
Self branching small, healthy bush that flowers very freely all season long and is largely self dead-heading.Tube: Glossy red, short.Sepals: Glossy red with very pale green tips, held half up and fully recurved when mature.Corolla: Red-violet to red-purple with red veins, half flared when mature.Fol..
A lax, semi trailing habit, (may need staking) with terminal clusters of spectacular, huge, pink tubular flowers. A real eye-catcher.Tube: Light rose 48C, darker blush, long, slim.Sepals: Light rose, fully down, reflexed.Corolla: Opens orange red 44B, matures red 43A, short petals, 1/4 flared.Paren..
This amazingly pretty fuchsia carries its flowers in terminal clusters. It was named by its hybridiser, Tielko Koerts, in tribute to Ede Ulfert Staal who was a Dutch singer-songwriter from the Northern province of Groningen who sang mainly in the Gronings dialect.Tube: Proportionately long, white s..
A beautiful, and unusual fuchsia capable of producing a spectacular basket display. Prolific tubular flowers carried in long clusters are nicely set off by dark green foliage with a purple flush. Stems and branches are reddish purple too. Self branching.Tube: Light magenta 57D, dark base, long, thi..
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..
Incredibly beautiful, free flowering, self branching, naturally bushy. Prefers full sun, makes good basket or standard. Tube and sepals almost white in shade.Tube: Pale lavender pink 69C, faint stripes.Sepals: Pale lavender 69B, 1/2 up, darker tips recurved.Corolla: Reddish purple 64B, matures dar..
Attractive and substantial blooms, quite wide, on a versatile plant that is hardy to -6.6°C (20°F).Tube: Red, fairly short & thick.Sepals: Red, long, broad, fully up, recurved tip.Corolla: Light red purple, 1/2 flared, rolled and/or convex petals.Parentage: Empress of Prussia x Spion Kop.AFS 2936..
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..
Distinctive and prolific blooms of delicious colouring, sturdy and self-branching. Disease resistant too.Peter Lorimer's son is seeking any cultivars hybridised by his father, particularly Claire Rochfort, which the family have lost and which has great sentimental value. If anyone has Claire Rochfor..
A super little fuchsia that flowers freely. Bright, attractive blooms held away from the foliage. Compact, self branching growth ideal for for patio containers, pots and bedding. Also suitable for training as a smaller standard. Hardy to 0°C.Tube: Bright white 155A with faint green stripes, short an..
Absolutely gorgeous in hanging basket displays. Not widely available, or easy. Sensitive to overwatering and needs early pinching. A challenge, perhaps best for more experienced growers.Tube: Neyron rose 55B.Sepals: Light neyron rose 55D above, carmine rose 52C below, horizontal, recurved.Coroll..
A versatile and beautiful fuchsia with neat, richly coloured flowers. Spreading lax growth means it can be trained for hanging baskets if desired.Self branching, so also makes a good container plant, where its tall, arching growths will show the dark, jewel-like flowers to good effect. A dark beauty..
A vigorous beauty suitable for containers, borders or bedding. Also suitable for training into standards, fans etc. Flowers freely, prefers full sun and needs bright light.Tube: Red 53B, glossy.Sepals: Red, glossy, fairly thick, horizontal, recurved tip.Corolla: Dark red purple 59A, matures sligh..
Naturally self branching and short jointed, compact plant that flowers very generously.Tube: Creamy white with hint of rose, short.Sepals: White flushed pink 62A above, white and magenta 68A below, yellow green 149A tip, horizontal and slightly recurved.Corolla: Deep red purple 64B, up to 1/4 fla..
A striking species hybrid, producing clusters of huge and dramatic, long, dark orange,tubular flowers on a self branching, semi trailing plant. Likes the sun and has good heat tolerance if roots are shaded.Tube: Dark orange 41A, very long.Sepals: Dark orange 40B, yellow green 144A tips, 1/2 down.Co..
A self branching small bush with charming small outward facing flowers.Tube: Reddish purple 67A, thick.Sepals: Magenta 67B above, magenta 71C below, olive green 152B reflexed tip, horizontal.Corolla: Pale purple N78C, paler N76C base, matures violet N76A. 1/4 flared.Foliage: Dark green 136A.Pare..
A medium sized plant with delightful outward facing tubular blooms of pink and magenta. Pinch well in spring, will produce 2 or 3 buds per axil.Tube: Magenta 63B, narrow at sepal end.Sepals: Magenta 58B above, dark rose 58C below, horizontal, well recurved.Corolla: Pale pink 69A, 1/4 flared.Folia..
Very vigorous and free flowering, easy to grow, provides a superb display.Tube: Very short, pale rose pink.Sepals: Rose pink with purplish overtones, apple green tips, held slightly up from horizontal and slightly recurved.Corolla: Very pale lilac at base fading into violet and with deep violet blue..
Flowers freely, flower colours nicely complementing attractive foliage. One of the prettiest variegated fuchsias.Tube: Medium, white with pink blushes.Sepals: Long, white and pink with slightly recurved tips.Corolla: Pink veined white, petals curving inwards at the ends.Foliage: A sage like gree..
Profuse blooming, stiff semi trailing growth, but flexible enough to be trained into a variety of shapes.Tube: Red 46C, short, slim, peg top.Sepals: Red above, dark rose 51A below, fully up, recurved.Corolla: Dark purple, 86A, pink 49A base, matures purple 72A, dark rose 51A veins, 1/4 flared.Parent..
Pale and lovely triphylla hybrid with good heat tolerance (providing roots are shaded), and enjoys full sun.Tube: Light pink 62C, long, thin.Sepals: Pale pink 62D, pale yellow green tip, 1/2 down, tips reflexed.Corolla: Pink 62B, 1/4 flared. Long, narrow petals with smooth edges.Parentage: Göttingen..
Strong upright grower, needs frequent early pinching to produce a good shape. 'Zuurstock' means 'candy'.Tube: White with rose blush, long, slender.Sepals: White above, very pale rose 62C, horizontally and recurved.Corolla: Candy pink (light purple 74C), up to 1/4 flared, smooth, narrow petals.Fol..
Excellent cultivar producing massed outward facing flowers of bright bold colour. We really like this one.Tube: Deep rose pink, short.Sepals: Deep rose with green tips on top, lighter underneath. Held slightly down with recurved tips when mature.Corolla: Aubergine with red overtones, pales to ros..
Incredibly pretty and vigorous, a fuchsia with timeless appeal.Tube: White, short.Sepals: White, fully up, recurved.Corolla: Rose pink, darker edge, white base & veins, 3/4 flared, smooth, rounded petals.Parentage: unknown.NKvF 1462..
Outstanding, although can be challenging to exhibit due to heavy pollen production. Carries huge numbers of flowers, up to 8 buds per axil. Considered to be possibly the best of all of Cliff Gadsby's many excellent fuchsias. Needs generous feeding to give of its best.Tube: Carmine rose red, short..
Quietly refined, self branching, easy and a great pleasure to grow.Noted for its profuse flowering.Tube: Cream 159C, slender.Sepals: Waxy white, held horizontal with slight recurve.Corolla: Magenta 63A matures slightly lighter 57B, unflared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: La Campanella x unknown.AF..
This challenging fuchsia looks fantastic when a mature plant. Has profuse, tubular flowers that last and last, sometimes more than three weeks. Not easy, and slow to grow, but gives a wonderful reward to those who succeed.Named after the German physician Leonhart Fuchs (1501 - 1566), who was one of ..
Self branching, free flowering and very pretty.Tube: White or very pale pink, medium length.Sepals: Rose (65A) upper, pale pink (62D) underneath, held 1/2 up, with recurved tips. May have a very slight twist.Corolla: Opens light violet (84C) edged violet (82C), matures slightly darker. Petals are ..
Not easy to come by but really should be more widely available as it is a real beauty. Easy to grow, short jointed and self branching upright bush. Self deadheading too.Tube: White 155A, pale green stripe, short and thick.Sepals: White 155D above, pale pink 56D below, green recurved tip, fully up...
A wonderful old timer that still has real "wow" factor and will stand out from others on display. Poised and elegant, vivid flowers just keep on coming. Naturally bushy and free branching. Will drop buds and flowers if atmosphere too dry, especially if moved there suddenly.Tube: Orange red 39B.Se..
Unusual flowers produced freely, the flower petals are on stalks, very appealing. Reportedly good resistance to fuchsia gall mite. Can get very tall in frost free climates – up to 180cm (6').Tube: Deep red, short, glossy.Sepals: Deep red, glossy, broad, thick, concave, 1/2 up.Corolla: Red/viole..