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..
Named after the iconic Dutch writer of children's books, poetry, musicals and more, this beautiful fuchsia of unusual colouring, and attractively shaped blooms, is easy to grow. Good for hanging baskets and containers. May survive a slight frost but not winter hardy.Tube: Magenta, medium length an..
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..
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..
Another of Mario de Cooker's wonderful hybrids, this self-branching fuchsia carries its delightful rose pink tubular flowers in generous terminal clusters.Tube: Light coral 38A, faint darker stripes, long and slender.Sepals: White below, coral at base above, pale green recurved tip. Horizontal to 1/..
A hardy garden cultivar, that will also make a good basket. However you grow it, those big flowers are gorgeous.Tube: Magenta 63B, quite long,thin.Sepals: Pale lavender 69C above, light purple red 78D below. Horizontal but well recurved.Corolla: Purple 83B, base red purple 71C, unflared, long, smoo..
Pale, pearlescent colours that are hard to describe adequately. Another wonderful cultivar from a great hybridiser.Tube: White 155A.Sepals: White 155D, light greenish yellow 151C recurved tip, very long, 1/2 down.Corolla: White, matures palest purple 76D, long, unflared.Parentage: ((Elsie Mitchell x..
Enchanting delicate flower colours, yet a substantial bloom. Informal sort of plant with flowers to match, very attractive. Lovely bedding or container plant.Tube: Greeny-white, short.Sepals: White with green tips, held horizontally with partial recurve.Corolla: White with purple-rose blush and peta..
Self branching, very free flowering tricolour. Naturally trailing, useful for all types of hanging displays. Flowers over a long period. This is a poor photo.Tube: Pink 48C, long & slender.Sepals: Cream 159D above, pale pink 56C below, green tips, horizontal, so strongly recurved they look ful..
Self branching small bush that flowers generously. Good for containers, bedding and borders.Tube: Dark rose (54B).Sepals: Quite long, red purple (67A) upper surface and dark rose (67C) below, held half up, tips recurved.Corolla: Quite short in relation to sepals, dark purple (86A), quarter flared.F..
Wonderful stripes and splashes, no two flowers alike. Some have almost no stripes, others have lots. Named after Fokko's wife Katrien.Tube: Light pink 55D variably striped red 46B. Medium length and thickness.Sepals: Light pink 55D striped red 46B above, pink 55C striped red 46B below, variable, 1/2..
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..
A medium sized plant with delightful outward facing tubular blooms of pink and magenta. Pinch well in spring, will produce 2 or 3 buds per axil.Tube: Magenta 63B, narrow at sepal end.Sepals: Magenta 58B above, dark rose 58C below, horizontal, well recurved.Corolla: Pale pink 69A, 1/4 flared.Folia..
An adaptable and beautiful fuchsia that can be trained into baskets or as a standard, pillar or fan. Lovely.Tube: Dark red 47A, long and slim.Sepals: Dark red 47A above, red 47B below, green tip. 1/2 down, recurved.Corolla: Red purple 61B, matures magenta 61C, unflared.Foliage: Dark green on top..
Neat and bushy, vigorous and easy to grow, makes a great container or summer border plant.Tube: Waxy cream 159C.S: Cream 159C, pink flush above, paler 159C/D below, slightly down, recurved tip.C: Neyron rose 55D, dark edge 55A, near white base, 2 petals are 1/4 flared, 2 are 1/2 flared, giving a dis..
Lidie Bartelink has masses of dainty single flowers opening from slender buds on surprisingly long pedicels. Virtually self-deadheading, always looks tidy. A tough, pretty, fuchsia that’s really hardy. Lax, airy growth habit.Tube: Medium sized, dark rose 55A.Sepals: Held horizontally. Dark rose 55A..
Flowers well, good for small to medium standards and gives a lovely display. A charming and pretty cultivar, named after Herman de Graaff's wife.Tube: Bright mid rose red 51A.Sepals: Bright mid rose red 51A, broad, concave, 1/2 to fully up.Corolla: Pink 75B, pink red 54A base, red veins, fully f..
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..
Highly individual shape & colouring, unique & beautiful. Easy to grow and shape, self branching.Tube: Pale pink 62D, long & slim, tapering to a square shoulder at sepal end.Sepals: Pale pink 62D, 1/2 down, tip recurved. Corolla: Pink 62A, matures rose 68B, 1/2 flared, short, pointed, incurved petals..
Profuse bunches of long single flowers. Not easy, a fuchsia for experienced growers, but highly rewarding. Needs pinching.Tube: Magenta rose to aubergine, long, flared.Sepals: Magenta rose 64B/C above, ruby red 61A/B below, 1/2 down, recurved.Corolla: Opens oxblood red 187A, matures paler 187B, 1..
Ideal cultivar for smaller containers and for producing small standards. Very pretty, easy to grow, a real cutie.Tube: Light pink 76D.Sepals: Light pink 76D, yellow green 150C recurved tip, horizontal.Corolla: Dark cyclamen purple 74A/B, paler base, matures cyclamen purple 74B, 1/4 flared.Parenta..
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:..
A reliable fuchsia giving a bold and colourful display, probably hardier than H2, given its parentage.Tube: Greenish white with orange-pink flushes.Sepals: Rose, through white to green tips. Held 1/2 up from horizontal with slightly recurved tips.Corolla: Purple maturing red-purple with raspberry-pi..
A very attractive species hybrid fuchsia that bears copious amounts of richly coloured flowers on long arching stems. Susceptible to overwatering, particularly when cold.Tube: Dark red purple 61A, long.Sepals: Dark red purple 61A above, dark red purple 64A below, darker recurved tip, horizontal.Co..
Lots of neat single flowers, a charming fuchsia with a boldly coloured and open display.T: Pink blushed aubergine.Sepals: Pink blushed aubergine tipped pale green.Corolla: Rich dark aubergine.Foliage: Mid green.Habit: Bush with a fairly stiff upright growth.Parentage: Karin de Groot x Maduroda..
Vigorous growth, superb looking fuchsia that flowers well but not as heavily as some. However the flowers look fabulous against the backdrop of dark foliage and give a pleasing balanced appearance overall.Tube: Rich rose red 52A, long in proportion to the entire flower.Sepals: Rich rose red above,..
Rain is the operative word, this wonderful cultivar literally showers itself with pretty single blooms. Trails slightly stiffly, giving a wide display of abundant blossom. Very suited to training into shapes and superbly suited for bonsai work.Tube: Pale pink with lilac overtone, slim, proportiona..
Very attractive species hybrid, which would make a stunning standard. Needs bright light, but full sun will bleach leaves.Tube: Rose 45D, long.Sepals: Rose 47D above, light orange 41D below, pale green, recurved tip, horizontal.Corolla: Dark orange 41A, matures red orange 41A, 1/4 flared, short, upt..
Lots of neat single flowers, charming, boldly coloured, open display.T: Pink blushed aubergine.Sepals: Pink blushed aubergine tipped pale green.Corolla: Rich dark aubergine.Parentage: (F. lycioides x F. magellanica) x Foolke.AFS 2687, NKvF 2796..
Striking and unusual colour markings, superb in containers. Flower colour barely changes as it matures. Low, spreading growth.Tube: White.Sepals: White with green tips, held up and recurved, twisted.Corolla: Purple with white splashes, fully flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: ((F.lycioides x F..
Superb species hybrid that's also a genuine triphylla, although it doesn't look like one. The flowers are small, but so many are produced that the whole plant is a blaze of bold colour, giving a wonderful display. We really love this one.Tube: Dark red 46A/B, proportionately long.Sepals: Dark red..
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 F. obconica hybrid whose flowers resemble encliandras; but larger, and carried in profuse terminal clusters. Prominent pale pink stigma.Tube: About 2cm (¾:" long, pale pink (56C).Sepals: Held fully up, tips recurved, rose (63C). 6mm (¼" long.Corolla: Short, fully flared; smooth petal marg..
This amazes us, if it wasn't so obsessed with chucking out great bunches of stunningly beautiful flowers, we think it would get to be really big.Spectacular, initially has stiff, fast growth which can be brittle when young and snaps easily if you knock it.If growing in a normal pot, (especially in p..
Reliable and easy to grow, flowers its socks off all summer and is largely self dead-heading. Gorgeous.Tube: Pink, darker at stem end, long and slender.Sepals: Pink with green tips, held 1/2 down.Corolla: Pink, up to 1/2 flared when mature.Foliage: On the dark side of mid green.Parentage: F. spe..
Unusual, very pretty, does best in dappled shade. Suits stiff basket or pillar.Tube: White, flares then tapers to slender waist.Sepals: White, very pale pink edge and hint of green at recurved tip. Horizontal.Corolla: Rose pink, up to 1/2 flared, petal edges turned in and paler.Parentage: ((F. magda..
We really like this fuchsia for its almost casual, laid back trailing style and its striking combination of colours. Easy to grow but needs to go into winter growing well and discolours in full sun.Tube: Bright light pink, short, slender.Sepals: Bright light pink above, rose below. Broad, 1/2 up, r..
This fuchsia is just fabulous. Stunningly colourful and unusual medium sized flowers are rapidly and continuously produced until the second or third hard frost.Tube: Pink and red with yellow-green streaks, fairly thick and wide at ovary end and slim at sepal base end. Sepals: Red (52A) and dark r..
Beautiful deep red and orange red blooms, set off against handsome foliage with red stems.Tube: Red 53C, long, slim, peg top, slightly narrows in the middle.Sepals: Red 53C above, dark orange 41A below, 1/2 down, tips slightly reflexed.Corolla: Orange red 44B, 1/4 flared, smooth petals.Foliage: Very..
The long bright flowers and somewhat stiff trailing growth make this a superb hanging basket fuchsia. Needs pinching. Regarding the capitalisation of the prefix, the breeder, Henk Waldenmaier states:“Until 2001, all my cultivars bore the name prefix WALZ. WALZ is an acronym composed of the f..
Produces masses of medium sized single flowers over a long period. Rarely needs pinching out - if you do this just a few times when it is young. Easy to grow, one of the all-time great cultivars and instantly recognisable for its cheerful upward facing flowers. Wonderful for bedding and garden cont..
Delightful species hybrid, this little beauty starts to flower early, then has continual flushes of bloom. Flowers are held in clusters. Sensitive to rust.Tube: Rose pink 51C, proportionately long and slender.Sepals: Rose pink 52C, with tiny green tips, held horizontally and slightly reflexed.Corol..
An unusual but appealing fuchsia with psychedelic colours and a spreading habit. Well suited to hanging basket display, so you can see the small, curiously beautiful flowers close up.The leaves are well spaced, so should also work well flowering in a container with other plants it could thread thro..
Really hardy, to -20°C, yet tolerates full sun. Graceful and utterly gorgeous.Tube: Pale orange 20D, slim.Sepals: Pale orange above, pink 36A below, green recurved tip, held fully down.Corolla: Dark red purple 60C, matures red purple 61B, 1/4 flared. Smooth petals form a bell shape.Parentage: Suike..
Covers itself in flowers and keeps on doing so. A truly lovely fuchsia. Regarding the capitalisation of the prefix, the breeder, Henk Waldenmaier states:“Until 2001, all my cultivars bore the name prefix WALZ. WALZ is an acronym composed of the first letters of the surnames of the grandparents of m..
A naturally trailing fuchsia whose flower colours stay the same from opening to maturity giving a consistent look across the whole plant.Tube: Deep carmine red.Sepals: Deep carmine, held horizontally with slight recurve.Corolla: Intense deep dark aubergine.Foliage: Dark green.Parentage: Zulu Queen x..