A small bush with fairly pale green foliage acting as a perfect foil to neat double flowers of soft pink.Tube: White 155C short and thick.Sepals: Pale pink 56C, pale yellow green 150C recurved tip, 1/2 down.Corolla: Light Purple 75B matures light rose 68D, 1/2 flared, wavy petal edges.Parentage: Pi..
Medium sized perfect blooms, vigorous, slightly lax, likes cool shade, prefers to be grown outside as much as possible. Very easy to grow and free flowering (two flowers per axil).This is a popular and beautiful cultivar that we can thoroughly recommend. One of our very favourite doubles. Successf..
Beautiful naturally bushy cultivar with strikingly bold and brightly coloured double flowers. Best colours in a slightly shadier position.Tube: Rose pink 144D, slender.Sepals: Rose pink blending to cream with apple green tip, broad, held 1/4 up and slightly reflexed.Corolla: Violet 74B with purple b..
Graceful and spectacular, the beautiful and graceful flowers are fairly freely produced. Will need some pinching to shape.Copes better than most with wind and rain, but is intolerant of sun or hot conditions. Suitable basket variety for a cooler spot or in shade.Tube: White or very pale pink at ova..
Stiffly upright cultivar that makes a good 1/2 or full standard, does best in dappled shade. Short jointed growth, self branching, better with one pinch. Appealing and distinctive. Prone to botrytis, water carefully.Tube: Pink, short.Sepals: Pale pink with lighter below, held half up and straight.Co..
Strikingly pretty, flowers freely and naturally produces a well shaped bush. Flowers face partially outwards.Tube: Short, carmine pink.Sepals: Carmine pink through white to apple green tips, horizontal with slight recurve.Corolla: Carmine pink blush at base fading to bright clean white with carmine ..
Always popular, makes a superb 1/2 standard as well as being an excellent container fuchsia.Tube: Pink, short.Sepals: Pink with cream flushes, held fully up, curled, twisted, and recurved.Corolla: Lavender-violet, 3/4 flared and bell-shaped.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: Citation x unknown.NKvF 1..
This very old cultivar is still grown and loved for its magnificent foliage. Pinch to encourage new shoots as needed.Best grown in part or dappled shade. Fairly sun tolerant for a golden leaved cultivar. Avoid deeply shaded areas, as leaves will be a more normal green in very low light conditions.Tu..
A jewel indeed, from one of the UK's great hybridizers. Starts to flower early and continues to do so very freely. Naturally good bushy growth, easy and reliable, well suited to container and bedding purposes. Recommended.Although this photo is of an early, (and slightly immature) flower, more typic..
Pretty fuchsia, easily shaped, medium sized bushy plant. For best colour, avoid full sun.Tube: White, short.Sepals: White, hint of pink, horizontal, slight recurve.Corolla: Violet 84A, at least 1/2 flared.Parentage: Cloverdale Pearl x Christine Clements.AFS 1518, NKvF 1135..
This lovely old cultivar is fairly slow growing, stiffly upright and compact. It took us a long time to obtain it, we can safely say its reputation for being slow and difficult to root from cuttings is fully justified. We too, will have very few available. Not particularly easy to grow either. ..
This certainly is a very vigorous and beautiful fuchsia, take a look at the hybridiser comments tab to see Mario's description.Tube: Pale rose pink.Sepals: Pale rose pink, held 1/2 down and slightly reflexed.Corolla: White with pale rose pink blush, 1/4 flared.Foliage: Dark green.Parentage: ((Göttin..
Needs a bit of support to be grown as a bush but makes a superb hanging container. Released to celebrate the Diamond Anniversary of The British Fuchsia Society Tube: WhiteSepals: White with pink blush and pink stripe. Held horizontally and with arching upward recurveCorolla: Creamy white with fa..
Free flowering lax growth makes excellent hanging basket, pinch well for bush. Vigorous, prefers some shade, suits bedding.Large, eye-catching flowers - 5cm (2") from top of tube to bottom edge of petals. This graceful fuchsia is a real beauty that stands out in any display. Absolutely gorgeous.With..
Beautifully shaped flowers. Shows best colour in shady conditions. A very successful exhibition cultivar that still holds its own.Pale pink, horizontal, strongly recurved almost to tube, slight twist.Corolla: Seashell pink, small red basal veins, long, smooth, overlapping petals, quarter flared.Foli..
A very beautiful fuchsia which deserves to be more widely available, this is an easy to grow and very rewarding cultivar.Named in memory of Keith's wife's grandmother, a keen gardener, who first inspired his interest in gardening.Tube: White.Sepals: White with pronounced apple green tips. Held hori..
An upright growing compact bush with very pretty mainly white flowers. An endearing and reliable classic, that benefits from a little extra warmth over winter. Ideal for shady spot, but protect from rain which can mark petals.Tube: Short, slender bulb shaped, pale pink with darker candy stripes.Sepa..
Well named, with up to three flower buds per axil, this really does festoon itself with gorgeous creamy white and rose pink flowers. Easy to grow, vigorous, distinctive flower colouring.Tube: Creamy white, pink 36C blush & stripe, slender.Sepals: Pale pink 52D above, pink red 52B below, green recur..
Very freely produces quite large flowers which have the best colour when grown in shady conditions. Growth is lax so can be trained for hanging basket displays. May need some support as flowers are heavy.Tube: White with green tinge, in sun white with pink tinge.Sepals: White, fading to very pale..
A study in pale pink perfection. Prefers dappled shade. Tube: Light pink 62C.Sepals: Light pink 65C above and below, light apple green 145C tips, horizontal, recurved.Corolla: Pale pink 69A. 3/4 flared, smooth petals, bell shape.Foliage: Dark green on top mid green underParentage: Gerharda's Pan..
Compact, and short jointed. Very free flowering (often 3 or more buds per axil). Flowers of delicious colouring face up and out. Suitable for small containers and exhibition. (Can be semi double.)Tube: Very short, pale pink, rounded.Sepals: Pale pink blending through palest pink to apple green tips,..
A pretty cultivar, ideal for a basket. Very large yet graceful flowers, produced fairly freely, for their size.Tube: Pale pink, faint stripe, slim.Sepals: Pale pink, green tip, long, concave, horizontal.Corolla: Soft pink, darker base and veins. Most petals have lovely serrated edge, 3/4 to fully f..
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..
Well named, compact and neat grower, easy to grow, early and free flowering. Best colours in shade. Tube: Bright red, short.Sepals: Bright red, held horizontally and slightly recurved.Corolla: Strong lavender blue, 1/4 flared when mature.NKvF 1567..
A generously free-flowering, vigorous, stiffly upright bush cultivar. Beautiful flowers. Superb fuchsia, colours are white and blue if grown in shade.Tube: White, dark rose stripe.Sepals: White, slight dark rose flush and veins at base, horizontal, well recurved.Corolla: Violet, matures plum purp..
Medium to large fully double boldly coloured flowers, vigorous growth, appreciates pinching out a couple of times to get maximum flower.Tube: Rose red, 51A, short.Sepals: Vivid purple red 51A, horizontal and reflexed.Corolla: Violet 83B, fully flared.Parentage: Angel's Flight x Royal Velvet.AFS 1363..
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..
A smallish upright bush, flowers freely. Very beautiful. Likes and looks better in shade. Can be tricky to overwinter.Tube: White, pale pink blush and stripe, short.Sepals: White, pink blush at base, green tip, horizontal to slightly down, recurved.Corolla: White, 1/4 flared, smooth petals.Parenta..
Elegant and shapely flowers in cool white and misty lilac blue. What's not to like? (Introduced by S Orton, UK hybridiser unknown, date c1978.)Tube: White, pale pink stripe, slim.Sepals: Proportionately long and slim, white, with a trace of pink, held almost fully up, greenish tips.Corolla: Blu..
Free-flowering, naturally upright and self branching bushy grower. Best colours in some shade.Tube: Pale rose pink, darker stripe.Sepals: Pale rose pink, darker at tube end, pale green tip, 1/2 up, recurved.Corolla: Violet blue, pink base, veins & splash, matures purple red, 3/4 to fully flared...
Naturally self branching bushy grower. Colours best in semi-shade.T: White with pink stripes.Sepals: White with hint of rose.Corolla: Violet-blue, half to three quarter flared when mature.Foliage: Mid Green.Parentage: Norman Mitchinson x Eden Lady.AFS 1655, NKvF 2765..
Abundant small to medium sized flowers provide a truly eye-catching display, in gorgeous colours. Named for the famous and historic Preston Guild, held only once every 20 years. As far as we're concerned any year is a good one to grow this graceful beauty.Avoid full sun, which bleaches the blue, and..
Classic fuchsia bearing massed medium sized flowers. Easy to grow and propagate, prefers semi shade.T: Medium length, slender, very pale pink with slightly darker candy stripes.Sepals: Pale pink fading lighter towards very pale yellow-green tips, held horizontal when mature.Corolla: Bright red-rose,..
Produces lots of flowers in regular and frequent flushes. We like it a lot.T: Creamy white, shortSepals: Creamy white with pale green tips, held quarter down with tiny recurve at tips.Corolla: Violet with white splashes from the base of the petals where there is also some raspberry veining. Littl..
To see at its best, site in dappled shade, flower colour fades in direct sun. Especially good if grown from early (January or February) cuttings, and pinched once or twice. A truly beautiful fuchsia, that shows its triphylla origins in the clusters of tubular flowers. The triphylla genes are heavily..
Exeedingly prolific, smothers itself in medium sized single or semi double flowers. Reliable and easy to grow.Tube: Rose pink, curvy shape with slim waist at sepal end.Sepals: Rose pink, paler towards ends with pale green tinge. Held 1/2 up to fully up with slight reflex at tips.Corolla: Very pale r..
Enduringly popular white flowered beauty. Flowers mark easily so grow in sheltered situation or protected if growing for exhibition. Best white in shade.Tube: White or pale pink, faint candy stripe, short, slender.Sepals: White, apple green tip, slender, fairly long, fully up, slightly recurved.Coro..
An unusual hybrid that resembles an encliandra. Freely produces truly tiny dark orange red flowers (along with proportionately large black berries) on a small, free branching plant. Very pretty, would make a lovely bonsai.Tube: Dark red 53A; short, thin. Only 4mm (1/8") long, and half as wide.Sepa..
An unusual and lovely species hybrid with clusters of long, tubular flowers in shades of red and orange. Resents full sun.Tube: Red 53C, long.Sepals: Red 53C above, slightly paler 53D below, broad and short, fully down.Corolla: Opens and matures light orange 41C, unflared, smooth petal edges.Foliag..
Masses of medium sized single flowers, another fuchsia that deserves to be more widely grown, a real beauty.Tube: Medium, pale pink with orange tinge.Sepals: Pink fading through white to green.Corolla: Bright red.Foliage: Striking yellow foliage with red veining on young growth...
A cracking little compact bush fuchsia from Pete Waving. This small double is short jointed, self branching and easy to grow into a well shaped dense bush for exhibition. Already a BFS show winner. Prefers light shade and fairly cool conditions.Tube: Short, pink with darker candy stripes.Sepals: P..
Gorgeous species hybrid that flowers from autumn to spring and prefers part shade. Very different from a triphylla although terminal flowering. Best supported (or allow to wander about).Tube: Purple red 71B, flaring slightly towards sepal end.Sepals: Red purple 60B above, somewhat lighter N57C belo..