Popular and easy to grow fuchsia, very good for training as standards.Temporary photo.Tube: Baby pink with slightly darker stripes.Sepals: Baby pink through white to green tips.Corolla: White, 1/4 flared, bell shape.Foliage: Mid green, leaves have serrated edges.NKvF 1007..
Small, self branching and naturally bushy, tested for five years in Apeldoorn and Velp (Holland), where it proved hardy to -15C. The profuse and elegant single flowers would be stunning even on a half-hardy. It prefers overhead filtered light to full sun in a cool climate. The best bloom colour is..
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..
Absolutely gorgeous flowers, that always attract attention, and are generously produced. Looks unusual but is easy, and gives a great display on slightly lax growth. Deserves to be more widely grown, recommended.Tube: Creamy white, proportionately long, slight barrel shape.Sepals: White, with gree..
Could this be one of most beautiful fuchsias ever? Also easy to grow - providing you don't overwater it! Named after one of Mario's Irish Terriers. See picture on page 2 of the Dec 2014 issue of the Fuchsia Breeder's Initiative (see Links).The earliest and latest flowers of the season will be pale ..
Produces its lovely and unusual flowers freely. These contrast well with the dark foliage to give an eye catching display. Self branching growth.Unlike most white fuchsias, this one prefers bright light and even tolerates full sun. Tube: White, faint green bulbous top. Sepals: White above, pink edge..
Eye catching, easy to grow, classically beautiful cultivar suitable for exhibition, containers or bedding.Tube: White with pink candy stripes, long and slender.Sepals: White with apple green tips, held fully up and recurved.Corolla: Dark reddish purple, 1/4 flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: ..
Popular and successful exhibition cultivar, this subtle beauty is also stunning in pots and containers. Growth is short jointed and self branching. The flowers are held horizontally, away from the foliage.Tube: Cream with a hint of pink, quite short.Sepals: Cream with hint of pink at base and sli..
Bright flowers are generally unaffected by weather, and display well against the mid green foliage. Lovely container or bedding plant.Tube: White with pale pink striping.Sepals: White with rose flushes and stripes and green tips, held 1/2 up and recurved.Corolla: White, 1/4 flared when mature.Fol..
Medium to large flowers, graceful and alluring. Mr Lye produced many truly lovely fuchsias and this is amongst his best. Strongly upright but mature flowering branches arch attractively.Tube: Stout, Waxy creamy white, candy striped in pale pink.Sepals: Creamy white, recurved, faint green tips.Coroll..
Gorgeous, right up there with the very best of the blues. Produces lots of flowers and is largely self deadheading.Tube: White, faint stripe.Sepals: Long, bright white fading to apple green.Corolla: Strong lavender blue with white 'flames' at base.Foliage: Mid green.AFS 915, NKvF 1082..
Stiffly upright bush fuchsia with numerous semi-erect single white and coral pink flowers. Superb container, pot or summer bedding plant.Tube: White 155C, short and plump.Sepals: White with a hint of pink and tiny green tips, held horizontal to 1/2 up.Corolla: Magenta pink 57C, darker picotee edg..
A neat upright bush, naturally short jointed and free flowering. The fresh white flowers are set off by pink filaments and striking dark pink red 53C anthers.Tube: White 155C to pure white, faint green stripes, short and grooved.Sepals: White 155C to pure white, very slight recurve to tip, 1/2 down...
A softly pretty, lovely old cultivar with quite large, loosely double flowers of white and pink.Tube: White N155B, peg top, medium sized.Sepals: Light pink 56A above, darker pink 65B below, fine green tip, recurved. Quite broad, 1/2 to fully up.Corolla: White N155B with dark pink N57D veins for l..
A truly sumptuous giant double from the Monniers, but without any coarseness; it is a refined and beautiful flower. If we had to guess, we'd say it was so named because of the way it looks from below. You see a distinctly square outline, with a mass of white petals, rather like a 3D lacy tableclo..
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..
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..
Another magnificent old cultivar that's vigorous, free flowering, and easy to grow.Tube: Medium thick, creamy white.Sepals: Creamy white, firm and held slightly down from horizontal.Corolla: A rich glowing dark pink red (52A), each petal having gently ruffled pleats.Foliage: Lush, lightish green lea..
Grows naturally bushy, although slightly lax. Self branching and flowers freely. Waxy flowers of substance, superb.Tube: Creamy white with very faint pink blush.Sepals: Creamy white with very faint pink blush, held half down with recurve towards tips.Corolla: Deep rose pink fading to lighter pi..
Strong upright grower which can make quite a large plant. Bears tiny but very pretty flowers, that change colour significantly as they mature.Tube: White, matures dark red 53A, short.Sepals: White 155A, maturing dark red. Held fully up, tips recurved.Corolla: Opens and matures pure white, fully flar..
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..
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 ..
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 little charmer, 'Gill Chumbley' often has two flowers per axil, and neat, short-jointed growth. Lovely and distinctive, has character. The number of petals varies, at least between four (single) and eight (minimum for a double).This was one of the late Alan Swaby's seedlings saved after his death..
Lovely silvery lavender, fully double flowers. Makes a most attractive half or full basket display.Tube: White, short.Sepals: White, held 1/2 up and slightly recurved.Corolla: Fully double, pale silvery lavender, 1/2 flared when mature.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: Sport of Fey.AFS 3295..
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..
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...
Distinguished parents have passed on their superb characteristics. Vigorous, easy to grow and abundant flowers.Tube: Cream 158C.Sepals: Pale pink 36D above, light pink 36B below, horizontal, recurved tip.Corolla: Red 46D, matures red 46C (cerise), darker edge, cream base, up to 1/4 flared.Foliage..
Naturally compact self branching bush, short jointed. Small pale single flowers with a hint of pink in tube and sepals, very pretty and suitable for exhibition. Extremely free flowering.Tube: Cream with a hint of pink, short, rounded.Sepals: White above, faint pink blush below, pale green recurved ..
An exceedingly free flowering and attractive fuchsia. Ideal for containers or bedding. Rare, and beautiful in its simplicity. Sometimes offered as 'Leapines' and if anyone knows which is correct there's a free plant or two in it if they can prove it.Tube: Waxy creamy white.Sepals: Creamy white with ..
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..
An endearing little encliandra whose flowers change colour as they mature.Tube: White, short.Sepals: Pink, horizontal.Corolla: Opens white, matures reddish pink, fully flared.Parentage: F. encliandra x unknown.AFS 1582..
A compact encliandra type, new for 2015, with abundant pretty white flowers which develop reddish purple blushes as they mature. The flower has a stigma with four distinct lobes. The leaves on this cultivar are small, with a soft texture.Tube: White, proportionately long.Sepals: White, held slightly..
Truly beautiful, elegant and exquisite tubular blooms, eye-catching, white and red-violet flowers.Tube: White, occasionally with very slight pink blush, very long, and slender, slightly tapered.Sepals: White with rose-violet blush at base, darker underneath, held horizontally with full recurve alm..
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..
Lovely, loads of flower, self branching, easy to shape. Makes a good exhibition or garden container plant.Tube: White, hint of pink, fairly short, slim.Sepals: White, green, recurved tip, slightly down.Corolla: White, 1/2 flared, smooth, eye tooth shape petals.Parentage: Chris Bright x Shelford...
Classically beautiful fuchsia bearing elegant flowers in subtle colours, flowers freely, easy to grow, may have some hardiness given parentage.Tube: White, proportionately long, tapers slightly to a slim waist at sepal end.Sepals: Waxy white with tiny pale green tip, 1/2 down and slightly recurved.C..
Free flowering, self branching, and very pretty, ideal for exhibition, should also make a lovely container plant.Tube: White, faint green stripe, short.Sepals: White, faint pink base, green tip, 1/2 up, recurved.Corolla: White, 1/4 to 1/2 flared, smooth, overlapping petals. Parentage: Chris Bright x..
Habit and flowers identical to Annabel, lovely. Although a bush, it becomes a bit lax with the weight of flowers borne. Large, well formed blooms, substantial.Tube: White, pink stripe, fairly long.Sepals: White, pink blush, pale green tip, horizontal to slightly down, recurved, slight twist.Corolla:..
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..
Vigorous naturally trailing fuchsia with medium sized rose pink, violet and light purple flowers. Superb for hanging baskets or any trailing display.Tube: Rose pink with yellow-green candy stripes, slender and tapering.Sepals: Rose pink with apple green tips, slightly lighter underside, held sligh..
An unusual scented encliandra fuchsia that carries white pink and red flowers all at the same timeTube: White pink and redSepals: White pink and redCorolla: White pink and redFoliage: Dark greenParentage: Unknown..
Subtly endearing flower colour and shape, a really attractive fuchsia, surprisingly uncommon. Flower colour is more pink if grown in full sun.T: White with pink flush, short.Sepals: White with pink flush, held horizontally with some recurve.Corolla: White with pink blush and pink veins towards b..
Compact, self branching bush, with very pretty, mostly white flowers, nicely set off against the dark green foliage. Flowers virtually continuously.T: Pale pink, short.Sepals: White, with an apple green flush at the tip end. Quite broad, held fully up, tips recurved.Corolla: White, 3/4 flared, sligh..
An unusual triphylla type fuchsia that flowers profusely. The hybridiser, Mario de Cooker, recommends not planting this one in too big a pot because of a 'relatively weak root system'. He also says 'Best as bush, but also tree is possible'.T: Long, mainly white with pink blushes.Sepals: White shadin..
Big, fully double blooms of white and palest pink, but not heavy or coarse. A lovely and surprisingly tough cultivar that deserves to be more widely grown.Gwen has grown this permanently outside in her garden for many years, although she originally bred it as a basket type.Tube: Greenish white, ros..
Surpassingly pretty encliandra fuchsia with a slightly lax habit, easy to grow and trainTube: WhiteSepals: Pale red-violet, darkens as the flower maturesCorolla: Palest violet-pinkFoliage: Mid to dark greenParentage: Mendocini Mini xAFS 1838..
Still a first class white single, with large, elegant flowers. Has stiff, vigorous, growth so needs careful early pinching if a compact bush form is desired. This same growth habit also makes it eminently suitable for training in a variety of forms.Tube: White, slim, fairly long.Sepals: White w..
A superb, naturally self branching and bushy cultivar from Trevor that flowers especially well, producing many delightful flowers. Highly recommended for exhibition.Tube: White.Sepals: White with green tips, held slightly down.Corolla: White, 3/4 flared.Foliage: Mid green.Parentage: Unknown...
A vigorous bush fuchsia bearing medium to large flowers very generously. Naturally short-jointed growth.Tube: Short greenish white.Sepals: White fading to pink.Corolla: Palest lavender.Foliage: Mid green...
A study in white and very pale pinks, beautiful exhibition or container plant.Was SIG AS18, named by Gwen Rolt.Tube: Pale pink with darker stripes, medium length.Sepals: White with hint of pink, broad tapering to a fine tip, fully recurved.Corolla: Bright white with maybe faintest hint of pink blush..
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..
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..
Strongly upright and early flowering bush cultivar. Very beautiful in a classic fuchsia style, one of Nick's favourites. Often referred to as 'Waternymph'. Exact year of introduction N/K, but believed to be c1985, from Holland.Not the same as 'Water Nymph' (Story, WH, (UK)..