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..
One of the few species fuchsias from New Zealand, a natural hybrid. Interesting plant with green flowers and blue pollen. Very lax, spreading habit.Tube: Green, short, widely flared.Sepals: Green, short, broad, horizontal.Corolla: None.Foliage: Mid green with a distinct bronze purple cast.Sectio..
Foxgrove Wood freely produces the most enchanting single small flowers. Fully merits its place in the garden and definitely one of the prettiest hardies. Does anyone know its parentage?Tube: Pink, with darker stripes, peg top shape.Sepals: Cream with pink speckles and veins towards the tube. above,..
This is an easy and reliable grower, quite happy in shady areas, just potters along and does its own thing, quietly getting bigger and bigger. Pale & lovely, can make a very large, (if not very tidy) plant before you know it. Beautiful delicate blooms.Tube: Rose pink, proportionately long, slim..
Uncommon, subtle colours and unusually shaped flowers. More sensitive to over watering and over potting than most.Sometimes wrongly known as Lechlade Marchioness. It got its name as (with some imagination) the flowers could look like a little Martian girl. Tube: Pale orange, long, ribbed, flattene..
Produces lots of stunning flowers which display well against the red-veined dark foliage. Sometimes incorrectly sold as 'Shauna Lindsay', but James Travis named this cultivar after his granddaughter, Shuna.Can anyone tell us the parentage?Tube: Vermilion blending to pink, long.Sepals: Orange, pin..
A true trailing and creeping fuchsia that will weep down over tall containers or hang down from baskets easily up to 3ft (90cm) or more. Self branching, but flowering only on old wood, not current season's growth like most fuchsias.Doesn't produce a huge amount of flowers, but still an ornamental an..
An unusual and subtly beautiful species hybrid with intriguing and unusual flowers.Tube: Long for size of flower, pale olive green 147C.Sepals: Light green 143B, dark plum edge, 1/2 down.Corolla: Dark plum 187B, small, separate spoon shaped petals, unflared or only slightly flared.Foliage: Mediu..