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 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..
Small single or semi double flowers, but plenty of them, carried on quite low and graceful, slender growth suitable for espalier training.Tube: Rosy red, slim.Sepals: Rosy red, pale green tip, 1/2 down, recurved.Corolla: Rich rosy pink, 1/4 flared, petals slightly ridged.Parentage: F. magellanica x ..
Generous production of medium sized and beautifully coloured blooms. An upright bushy fuchsia of great character.Tube: Rose red, short.Sepals: Rose red, held slightly down and slightly reflexed.Corolla: Purple red blending to rose pink at petal base...
A reliable, upright, vigorous and free flowering hardy with very distinctive blooms beautiful at every stage.(The photo of Sealand Prince flowers at different stages of maturity shows how difficult it can be to choose, photograph, and describe a “typical” flower of just about any cultivar.)Tube: Med..
Flowers somewhat sparsely on a fairly slow-growing bush, but is grown and prized for its superb foliage. A mature plant is a stunning sight, and well worth the wait. Don't over pot, needs good light, and enjoys a sunny position.NB This is the genuine Sunray, which (unusually) arose as a variegated..