Year Introduced: 1946
Awaiting full description.
There are two fuchsias called Harmony, but this was the first, a classically beautiful vintage trailing American cultivar.
Free flowering, very attractive blooms. Normal summer flowers are pink. Like many fuchsias, flowers produced out of season, or under lower light conditions, will have quite different colours. In this case, winter flowers under glass are near white and light purple!
Hybridiser: Tabraham 1978 UK
Seed Parent: no data
Pollen Parent: no data
NKvF number: 4143
AFS number: none
Flower: single, hanging from a sturdy stem, white / lilac, 46mm.
Flower Tube: tube, diameter round, white 155D, blush and pink stripes, 22x8mm.
Sepals: state curled symmetry four sides, top and sectional plane, boss dimensions small and light green, white color top 155D, inside light pink 62C, 46x12mm.
Petals: closed top, bottom view around, not outstanding, the petals are normally formed with an edge, light pink color base 62A, 75A midfield pink, violet edge area 77B, pink veining, 20x21mm.
Filament: pink, 4 long and 4 short stamens, 36-27mm.
Style: pink, 70mm.
Stigma: yellow, lobed.
Bud: oblong, angular diameter, two axillary buds per leaf axil, top opens like a lantern.
Berry: No data.
Leaf: elliptical shape, top striker foot rounded edge slightly serrated, matt appearance, smooth and bumpy, veins equal, color dark green top, bottom and inherit medium green, gray green midrib, petiole reddish.
Growth habit: horizontal.
Cultivation Method: halfhanger for filtered light, best color in filtered light.
Special features: no data.
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|H2 (Min 1°C to 5°C)||#|