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..
Very free flowering, in pale pinkish orange, starts early and grows strongly. Although the flowers are not large, they more than make up for this in substance and quantity. Absolutely superb for containers, hanging baskets and summer bedding.Tube: Rose pink with orange overtones and darker stripe..
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..
Flowers so heavily that the weight of flower arches the branches downwards making this an excellent basket variety. Also superb in containersTube: Pale baby pink, slenderSepals: Pale baby pink with green tips, held fully up and recurved when matureCorolla: Smoky orange with smoky purple and orang..
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..
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..
Numerous medium sized tubular flowers, very beautiful and much underrated. (Sometimes referred to as 'Anita de Keijzer.) Foliage is green, lush and fairly dense.Tube: Long, slim, orange pink. A bulge at the ovary end, widens towards corolla.Sepals: Deep rose red paling to orange, 1/2 down.Corolla: ..
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..
Flowers of bright, crisp form and colour start early and are carried freely on a bushy plant, a real beauty. Easy and reliable old cultivar that is also fairly sun tolerant. Antigone is a Greek mythological character (the daughter of Oedipus and his mother Jocasta) whose name means “worthy of one's..
Another of Dave Clark's beauties, this was named after the Queen's Head Gardener and his wife, and presented to them at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 1989. Noted for its free flowering, having two flowers per leaf axil. Graceful blooms with a long style display well against handsome dark foliage. ..
Naturally cascading, this vigorous fuchsia produces long, arching, heavily flowered stems. Excellent display of clean coloured medium sized flowers. Terrific basket cultivar.Can anyone tell us the parentage?Tube: Waxy white, quite long, slender.Sepals: Waxy white with green tips, held horizontally..
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..
Very beautiful triphylla hybrid with dramatic red orange flowers and good foliage. Don't pinch – see hybridiser tab for details.Tube: Red orange 40A, long, thin.Sepals: Red orange 40A, slender, 1/2 down, reflexed.Corolla: Red orange 40A, unflared, long spoon shaped petals, on stalks.Foliage: Dark g..
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..
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..
Flowers freely over a long season. Suitable for bedding, baskets or containers, very useful and decorative fuchsia. Well defined clean bright colouring and easy growing makes this a popular old classic. RecommendedTube: Pale salmon pinkSepals: Pale salmon pink fading slightly towards the tips. Held ..
A gorgeous pinkish orange flowered fuchsia, the more sun, the more orange the overall colour cast is reputed to be.Stiff, mounded growth habit, very dense and bushy. Useful and highly distinctive.Apparently raised in California (grown in San José for 15 years before registration and introduction), o..
Elegant fuchsia, freely produces quite large single flowers, starting early. Does not produce seed and isn't too keen on rain and wind, but a magnificent old cultivar and still most rewarding to grow. Needs pinching to shape.Tube: Medium long, salmon pink.Sepals: Salmon pink fading to pale green..
Masses of elegant colourful flowers. Difficult cultivar to train but lovely even if left to its own devices. Long, flexible growth, very vigorous. can be used as a greenhouse climber.Tube: Rose pink. Long and slender.Sepals: Rose with green tips.Corolla: Vibrant rose with salmon pink shading.Foli..
Vivid blooms, evergreen, blooms most of the year. A lush beauty from the mountain forests of Ecuador and Columbia.Tube: Rich salmon pink, tubular, flared.Sepals: Rich salmon pink, broad and short, horizontal, reflexed tip.Corolla: Orange, bell shape, smooth, spoon shaped petals, 3/4 flared.Section:..
One of the easiest species fuchsias to grow even though it is sensitive to overwatering, and needs extra warmth in winter. Allow plenty of pot space for its tuberous roots.Tube: Pale red.Sepals: Short, pale red and yellowish green towards the tips.Corolla: Bright red.Foliage: Large pale green va..
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..
Striking colouring and bushy, upright growth (with some lax stems) make this a useful container, bedding or border fuchsia. Highly distinctive and very attractive.It is normal for one or more of the stamens to show outside the petals.Tube: Light orangeSepals: Light orange with apple green tips, he..
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..
This superb, vigorous and easy fuchsia starts producing its clusters of giant tubular orange flowers from a young age. Fabulous leaves too. Wonderful, but unsuitable for windy positions.Tube: Light orange 33C, slim, almost 10cm (4”) long.Sepals: Orange 33B above, peach 33D below, fully down, reflexe..
Beautiful and unusual flowers. Mature plants flower later than young ones freshly raised from cuttings. Exceedingly pretty, self branching,.Tube: Long, fluted white through pink.Sepals: Short, pink, white, to green tip, 1/2 down, reflexed tip.Corolla: Neat, stunning red orange.Foliage: Mid green..
A substantial flower in dramatic glowing shades that are hard to describe.Tube: Light red pink 38B with faint stripes. Quite thick, almost 2.5cm (1") long and noticeably square in cross section.Sepals: Light red pink 38B above, light red pink 38D below, blending to light yellow green tips. Each sep..
Classically shaped flowers, corolla is particularly orange. Vigorous and easy to grow.Tube: White.Sepals: White, held 1/2 down with slight recurve.Corolla: Orange, little or no flare.Foliage: Mid green...
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..
Large bush with lush foliage, clusters of medium sized single flowers in terminal racemes.Tube: Long, orange to light red.Sepals: Orange fading to green tips, fairly short, tapered, 1/2 to fully down.Corolla: Orange.Foliage: Medium to large leaves, mid/darkish green. Soft and furry feel.Parentage:..
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: ..
Elegant slender flowers, makes a superb basket as well as being a great bedding or container plant. Although one parent is unknown, the distinctive “shoulder” of the sepals would suggest that F. magdalenae is a strong influence.Tube: Pale orange pink, long, slender.Sepals: Orange pink, held 1/2 down..
Flowers lavishly producing a very bright and colourful exhibition.Tube: Pale orange pink, barrel shape.Sepals: Pale orange pink., horizontal with recurved green tips.Corolla: Orange purple and orange red, orange pink base, slightly over 1/4 flared.Foliage: Mid green.NKvF 4542..
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..
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 ..
A prolific and near continuous bearer of brightly coloured flowers, needs frequent deadheading. Though lax the spreading growth is strong, (pinch to shape when young) and can support the huge swathes of flowers this fuchsia can produce. Enjoys sun. Recommended. Hardy to at least -8°C.Tube: Rose pink..
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..
Classically beautiful fuchsia bearing elegant flowers in subtle colours, flowers extremely freely, very easy to grow. Shows better than average rust resistance for an orange.Tube: White, short, tapers slightly to sepal end.Sepals: White, hint of pink, pale green tip, horizontal, slight recurve.Coro..
With its strong spreading growth, and continuous terminal flowering after initial burst of bloom, this is superb in mixed containers or large hanging baskets.Tube: Pink 52D, long, flared.Sepals: Bright orange with salmon pink tips, held 1/2 down and slightly reflexed.Corolla: Deep orange.Foliage:..
Makes a lovely weeping standard. Old but very respected and capable fuchsia cultivar.Tube: White with pink blush, proportionately long.Sepals: Pale pink with faint palest green tips, held ¼ down.Corolla: Raspberry orange, up to ¼ flared.Foliage: Light green.NKvF 1657..
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, ..
A free flowering, free branching plant, the bright flowers contrasting nicely with the dark foliage. A real beauty.T: Proportionately long, pale salmon, slightly barrel shaped.Sepals: Medium length, held horizontally, greenish tips only slightly recurved. Soft salmon upper, slightly darker below..
Very free-flowering, swathes of brightly coloured flowers, excellent choice for hanging baskets.Tube: White with orange-rose blush.Sepals: White with orange-rose blush and apple green tips. Held horizontally or slightly up with recurved tips. Broad.Corolla: Bright orange easing to red near petal ..
Short jointed growth and abundant blooms, can produce amazing specimen plants with careful pinching but is stunning left to its own devices. Withstands full sun with ease.T: Salmon/orange/pink.Sepals: Slim, cream with salmon-orange blush. Held horizontally with strong recurve.Corolla: Orange, pal..
A bushy yet compact grower, and naturally free branching, Orange Crystal bears abundant pink and orange medium sized flowers on long arching stems. A very good orange fuchsia.T: Waxy white heavily flushed with rose pink, medium length. Sepals: Waxy white heavily flushed with rose pink, with apple..