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Millfield Foxtrot

Millfield Foxtrot

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Hardy Fuchsia : Single (Chapman 2018)
Growth 2½ - 3 ft. Tube and sepals creamy white, corolla bright magenta.

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4.00

Suffolk Splendour

Suffolk Splendour

Bush Fuchsia : Double (Welch 2009)
Tube and sepals magenta, corolla fully spherical shape, matures bright white.

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4.00

Sailor

Sailor

Bush Fuchsia : Single (Redfern 1994)
Medium sized blooms, tube cream veined red, sepals white tipped with green, corolla violet fading to lavender.

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4.00

Doray

Doray

Bush Fuchsia : Single (Birt 2012)
Tube and sepals white, fully recurved, corolla opens to violet, white at base, maturing to light violet.

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4.00

Scarlet Jester

Scarlet Jester

Hardy Triphylla type fuchsia (de Cooker 2010)
Growth 2½-3 ft. Stunning self-coloured scarlet flower with excellent garden hardiness (hybrid cross with f. magellanica alba)

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4.00

Jenny May

Jenny May

Bush Fuchsia : Single (Bush 1998)
Tube and sepals creamy pink, corolla violet pink. A good variety for show.

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4.00

Claudia

Claudia

Basket Fuchsia : Double
Profuse flowering self coloured soft pink blooms.

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4.00

Straat Futami

Straat Futami

Bush Fuchsia : Single (de Boer 2005)
Tube rose pink, sepals rose pink with white undersides, corolla white flare, short anthers. Small but generous flowers.

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4.00

Happy Wedding Day

Happy Wedding Day

Basket Fuchsia : Double (Richardson 1985)
Very large blooms quite freely produced considering their size. Tube white, sepals white with rose bengal base, corolla white, best produced in a shady position.

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4.00

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Basket Fuchsia : Single (de Graaff 1977)
Early flowering variety, pale orange self-colour.

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4.00

Salmon Cascade

Salmon Cascade

Basket Fuchsia : Single (Bielby/Oxtoby 1996)
Reliable grower flowering on branch tips, salmon pink self-colour, foliage pale green and slightly rough textured for additional interest.

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4.00

Autumnale

Autumnale

Basket Fuchsia : Single
Horizontal stiff growth suitable for baskets (with careful pinching), or ground cover. Chiefly grown for its attractive foliage, young leaves are green and yellow maturing to dark red and salmon. Tube and sepals scarlet, corolla purple, very late flowering.

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Adinda

Adinda

Triphylla Fuchsia : (Dijkstra 1995)
Large clusters of self coloured salmon slender tubed blooms carried on branch ends. Foliage bronzy green.

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Brookwood Belle

Brookwood Belle

Bush Fuchsia : Double (Gilbert 1988)
Strong upward growth, tube and sepals deep cerise, corolla white flushed pale pink.

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4.00

Billy Green

Billy Green

Triphylla Fuchsia : (1962)
Pinkish salmon self-colour with olive green foliage.

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4.00

Glazioviana

Glazioviana

Hardy Species Fuchsia
Tube and sepals deep pink, corolla violet. Short jointed and strong with spreading growth.

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4.00

Procumbens

Procumbens

Hardy Species Fuchsia
Trailing or ground cover species, tube yellowish green, red at base and very short, sepals chocolate brown, no corolla. Foliage very small dark green. Flowers held erect, very large berries maturing to plum purple.

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Paniculata

Paniculata

Species Fuchsia : Very small flowers held erect in large panicles. Tube and sepals rosy purple, corolla lavender. Foliage shiny green with pale undersides and red veining.

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Species

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Species Fuchsias

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The fuchsias listed in this section are just some of the 'original' fuchsias from which all the exciting cultivars have been bred. They can be found growing wild in parts of South America and New Zealand.

These varieties can take a little more looking after and therefore we do not recommend them if you are new to fuchsias. If you are an avid enthusiast however then they can be a rewarding addition to your collection.


Boliviana var. Alba

Boliviana var. Alba

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : Very long funnel-shaped white tube with short reflexing sepals flushed pink, short corolla deep crimson. Foliage very large dark green leaves with soft hairs.


Denticulata

Denticulata

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : Long pink tube, short green sepals with pink tips, corolla red. Foliage very large and dark green, flowers are carried singly in the leaf axils.


Fulgens variegata

Fulgens variegata

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : Long dull pink tube, narrow at top, widening to base, sepals pale red with greenish yellow tips, corolla bright red. Foliage sage and cream on top with red flush on undersides, velvety feel.


Glazioviana

Glazioviana

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : (Hardy)
Tube and sepals deep pink, corolla violet. Short jointed and strong with spreading growth.


Paniculata

Paniculata

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : Very small flowers held erect in large panicles. Tube and sepals rosy purple, corolla lavender. Foliage shiny green with pale undersides and red veining.


Procumbens

Procumbens

Price: 4.00

Species Fuchsia : (Hardy)
Trailing or ground cover species, tube yellowish green, red at base and very short, sepals chocolate brown, no corolla. Foliage very small dark green. Flowers held erect, very large berries maturing to plum purple.


Speciana

Speciana

Price: 4.00

Species hybrid cross (speciosa x fulgens gesneriana) with triphylla type salmon tube and corolla, underside of sepals showing greeny-yellow shades.
(Chapman 2013)


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