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..
Small upward and outward facing flowers and lots of them. Usually single, but occasionally semi double. Cracking little cultivar that is deservedly popular. Also suitable for standards.Tube: Red, medium sized.Sepals: Red pink, horizontal, slightly recurved pale green tip.Corolla: Violet red, re..
Superb, free flowering, with palest pink, fully double flowers held on a slightly lax vigorous upright bush. (It has a variegated sport too - see Michael.)Tube: White, pink stripe, fairly long.Sepals: White, pink blush, pale green tip, horizontal to slightly down, recurved, slight twist.Corolla: Whi..
Popular, vigorous fuchsia which well deserves its RHS AGM. Noted for its free production of smallish flowers, which give a good display all season.Tube: Cardinal red.Sepals: Cardinal red, held slightly up and slightly reflexed.Corolla: Indigo-violet, fully flared.NKvF 1118..
Masses of gorgeous single flowers. A popular exhibition fuchsia and an exceptional beauty, cascading habit.Tube: Pink red, slim.Sepals: White with scarlet edging, horizontal, recurved, often have slight twist.Corolla: Violet with pale pink base, 1/2 flared. Smooth, overlapping petals.Foliage: Sm..
Superb fuchsia for brightening up a dull or shady corner, performs especially well in dappled shade. Like most plants with golden leaves, foliage tends to burn in strong direct sunTube: Scarlet (46a), slenderSepals: Scarlet (46a), held ¾ downCorolla: Dark purple (83A) pinkish red (64B) at base, held..
Mainly grown for its outstanding foliage. For best colour, pinch regularly to keep plenty of young growth coming. Also has attractive flowers.We have been shown a photo of an old specimen grown for exhibition some years ago, in an enormous pot. The plant was fully 120cm across, and really spectacul..
Not such a baby, a tall strong growing fuchsia, reliably hardy, flowers its socks off.Tube: Red, slim, tapering.Sepals: Red, held ½ up and recurved.Corolla: Rich lavender blue, little flare.Parentage: Erecta x Wood Violet.NKvF 1039..
Very distinctive hardy fuchsia which shows its graceful flowers well. Bees particularly like this one. Profuse smallish single flowers on short pedicels are produced continuously over the season. Several flowers from each leaf axil and small leaves, give a good flower to leaf ratio. Neat, bushy gr..
A superb fuchsia that certainly lives up to its name, bears masses of flowers all summer and autumn until frosted. An outstanding and versatile hardy.Tube: Short, white with pink blush.Sepals: Blushed pink through white to apple green tips.Corolla: Violet blue with pink veins.Parentage: Leonora x Le..
Strong and sturdy garden plant. Wonderful dark colours, easy to grow. Also good for training into standards, pillars, fans etc.Tube: Crimson, short, slender.Sepals: Crimson, held slightly down and well recurved.Corolla: Rich dark purple fading slightly with age, 3/4 flared when mature.NKvF 1263..
A deservedly popular and reliable fuchsia with well displayed palest lavender pink flared blooms. A classic.Tube: Medium length and thickness, pale coral.Sepals: White upper surface with a trace of pink on the lower surface. Held three quarter up, slightly recurved tips with a hint of green.Coroll..
An easy free flowering plant, with distinctive flowers in clear bright contrasting colours. A very versatile and popular hardy with vigorous upright growth.Tube: Medium length and thickness, greenish white.Sepals: Very pale pink, almost white, held half up, recurved greenish tipsCorolla: Smooth pet..
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..
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..
Flowers freely and is very easy to grow, a great garden survivor, lovely. Looks good used as bedding or in containers.Also ideal cultivar for fuchsia hedges with its strong upright growth habit.Originally called General Tom Thumb, but renamed by HG Brown after Chillerton in the Isle of Wight. He fou..
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 dependably hardy fuchsia bearing flowers with attractively veined corolla petals. Good upright growth and dark stems/foliage contrast well with the flowers. This grand old timer is a distinctive plant, and still popular after nearly 150 years. Often has single and semi double flowers.Tube: Cr..
This hardy, semi trailing fuchsia is an excellent plant, as recognised by its RHS AGM. This is the original plant, which has produced several sports (including the well known 'Tom West'). Distinctive low, arching growth habit.Tube: Slender, rich dark purple red.Sepals: Rich dark purple red, fairly ..
With its free flowering upright and bushy growth this fuchsia gives a superb display as a border plant or in containers, and is very showy. Very easy to grow, ideal beginner's fuchsia, well deserves its RHS AGM. Also has good heat tolerance if roots are shaded.Tube: Deep red, shortSepals: Deep red. ..
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 ..
Outstanding, highly recommended. Flowers freely and continuously over a long season, each leaf joint has six to eight flowers. Strong growth, self branching, with careful pinching can be grown to an excellent shape.Tube: Scarlet with darker stripes.Sepals: Glossy scarlet above, dull scarlet below, h..
Large bunches of gorgeous, very long, white pink and crimson flowers. Another very handsome fuchsia. Vigorous, ultimately needing a very big pot. The berries of both this and F. boliviana are excellent and widely sold in markets throughout S. America for eating fresh or cooked (made into pies, jams ..
Can be a difficult fuchsia to propagate. Prefers slightly cooler conditions than most. More than one form in propagation - we have three forms that are each slightly different.Tube: Pink red, long, slim, flared.Sepals: Red pink through white to green reflexed tip, 1/2 down.Corolla: Scarlet to re..
One of the easiest and least troublesome fuchsias to grow, is vigorous, flowers freely. Proven resistance to rust, red spider mite and white fly. Reputedly also completely resistant to Fuchsia Gall Mite. Attracting increasing interest from hybridisers for its virtual invulnerability.Originating in t..
Reckoned to be quite a rare species fuchsia. Has a rather wiry growth habit and may need some support. Uses other shrubs and climbers for support in the wild and can easily be trained into very tall shapes. Lovely long, arching stems with lots of elegant flowers. First found in Brazil.Tube: Red.Se..
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..
A hardy fuchsia with a particularly upright growth habit, ideal for hedges and borders. Produces masses of small brightly coloured single flowers and gives a superb display.Tube: Thin, pale magenta red.Sepals: Pale magenta, slightly recurved.Corolla: Bright magenta/red.Foliage: Smallish slightly ser..
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,..
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..
Slender, smallish flowers in profusion, strong wiry stems, a very vigorous and elegant fuchsia.Tube: Scarlet red, shortish.Sepals: Scarlet red, held ¾ down.Corolla: Purple, shading scarlet purple towards base of petals.Parentage: F. magellanica x unknown...
Freely produces medium sized boldly coloured blooms. Very easy fuchsia to grow and very rewarding, easily trained, we have seen some superb standards winning shows. A thoroughly dependable classic hardy fuchsia, lovely.Tube: Scarlet, plump.Sepals: Scarlet, held horizontally, tips recurved.Corolla: ..
A super little hardy, flowers larger than you would expect, good strong colours.Tube: Scarlet 46B/C, mefium length and thickness.Sepals: Scarlet 46B/46C, held fully up.Corolla: Bright violet-purple, scarlet veining, blending to reddish-purple and 1/4 flared. Beautiful bell shape Foliage: Mid green, ..
Naturally lax growing fuchsia ideal for superb basket displays that flower for prolonged period. Some early pinching is worthwhile.Tube: Bright rose red.Sepals: Rose bengal, horizontal, well recurved.Corolla: Lilac-pink, up to 1/4 flared, smooth, overlapping petals.Foliage: Dark green on top, mi..
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..
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: ..
A superb and enduringly popular basket fuchsia. Very easy to grow, also seems to have some natural resistance to pests.Largely self branching, but can be pinched to produce even more flowers. Starts early and produces many naturally anyway, showing how a fuchsia with smaller flowers in quantity usua..
Great fuchsia, often described as a climber. It is very tall, vigorously upright, and has flexible stems with long internodal gaps so it can be trained up a wall, trellis etc. Interesting and useful growth habit, but doesn't actually climb anything.Free flowering, can look spectacular when wall trai..
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..
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, ..
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..
Substantial, easy, and distinctive hardy that's tall enough to make a good fuchsia hedge. Free flowering, best planted outdoors, too vigorous for most long term pot culture.Tube: Carmine scarlet, short, bulbous.Sepals: Carmine scarlet, very broad, fully up, well recurved right back to the ovary.Cor..
Margaret Brown flowers generously on dense, strong growth, with small to medium sized neat and compact single flowers which make a lovely display. Highly recommended reliable hardy fuchsia. Quite light green foliage, green stems and veins.Tube: Rose pink, proportionately long.Sepals: Rose pink, hel..
One of the very best triphyllas. Superb, well deserves its place in any collection and still winning on the show bench.Tube: Bold electric crimson.Sepals: Bright electric crimson, held fully up.Corolla: Bright electric crimson, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Dark green with deep red veining.Parentage: F. t..
Some sources say this is hardy, some say it isn't. Well worth growing either way, and in any case, hardiness is all about whether a fuchsia is hardy where you plant it. It's a delightful, cheery little fuchsia. Small flowers of substance, not in the least flimsy, and freely produced.Tube: A little ..
A lovely hardy with open growth and plentiful flowers in dark purple red and dark pink violet. These are very nicely displayed on 3.5cm (1½") pedicels, not hidden amongst the glossy, metallic green foliage that inspired its name.Tube: Medium thickness, dark pink red 53C.Sepals: Dark pink red 53C abo..
Superb summer bedding and exhibition fuchsia. Abundant flowers held facing outwards.Tube: White with light pink flush, short.Sepals: Pale pink, pale green tip, horizontal, broad & short, concave.Corolla: Violet rose matures lilac, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Medium green, lush.Parentage: Bobby Shaf..
Huge quantities of flowers produced by this lovely fuchsia and though of smallish size the result is clouds of colour. Needs frequent careful pinching when training, will make structures or shapes.Tube: White tinged with salmon pink.Sepals: White with green tips, held horizontally with slight reflex..
A classic. Very free flowering, upright and bushy, reliably giving a wonderful display all season. Recommended.Tube: Scarlet, glossy, slender and short.Sepals: Scarlet, glossy on top, short and broad, held 1/2 down with slight recurve.Corolla: Violet-purple fading to rose-red at base, 1/4 flared.Fol..
Long buds and prolific flowering. Charming hardy fuchsia, distinctive pink and white blooms.Tube: Pale pink blush, fairly short, peg top.Sepals: Pale pink with tiny green tips. Distinctively long, fairly narrow. Held horizontally and recurved.Corolla: White, 1/4 flared, petal edges make a bell shape..
A beautiful fuchsia whose vigorous upright growth needs frequent pinching out in early stages in order to produce a well-shaped plant.The results are truly lovely.Tube: Pink with darker stripes, long, flared.Sepals: Pale pink, narrow, held 1/2 down.Corolla: Rose-pink, 1/4 flared when mature, long..
A delightfully cheery and solid little flower. Each can have up to seven sepals, and there are lots of them, freely carried from early in the season. Vigorous, easy, and stiffly upright growth.Tube: Strongly flushed dark pink red 53C, peg top, chunky appearance.Sepals: Dark pink red 52A below, flush..
Very showy plant that is easy to grow and gives a great colourful display.T: Rose pink. Short.Sepals: Dark reddish purple. Horizontally held and reflexed.Corolla: Violet fading to white and then rose at base.Foliage: Mid green/Parentage: (Estelle Marie x Linda Goulding) x (Estelle Marie x Linda..
Deep vibrant colours, self branching. Smaller, slightly lax bush that reliably gives a fine display for exhibition, bedding, garden or trained, very popular.Tube: Rich red violet, medium length and thickness.Sepals: Rich red violet, slightly paler towards tips, held 3/4 up and straight with tiny t..