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Lucky Dip Hardy Fuchsias - six for only £18.90

Our choice of six different varieties of hardy fuchsia, selected to give a range of colours, finished heights and flower forms.

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£3.15

Lucky Dip Trailing/Basket Fuchsias - six for only £18.90

Our choice of six different varieties of trailing/basket fuchsia, selected to give a range of colours, finished heights and flower forms.

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£3.15

Star Wars - Hardy Fuchsia

Star Wars

Single
Growth 2-2½ ft. Tube and sepals white, corolla lavender blue.

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£4.15

Delicate Purple - Hardy Fuchsia

Delicate Purple

Single (de Cooker 2004)
Growth 3½-4 ft. Tube and sepals rose pink, compact dark purple corolla.

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£4.15

Thalia - Triphylla Fuchsia

Thalia

(Bonstedt 1905)
Orange scarlet self-colour, velvety dark reddish-green foliage with purple undersides.

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£4.15

Hawkshead - Hardy Fuchsia

Hawkshead

Single (Travis 1962)
Growth 4-5 ft. White self-colour with green tips to sepals.

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£4.15

Phyllis - Hardy Fuchsia

Phyllis

Semi-double (Brown 1938)
Growth up to 3 ft. Tube and sepals waxy red, corolla rose cerise.

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£4.15

Edith - Hardy Fuchsia

Edith

Semi-double (Brown 1980)
Growth 3-4 ft. Sport of Margaret, tube and sepals red, corolla soft lavender.

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£4.15

Wilson's Sugar Pink - Trailing/Basket Fuchsia

Wilson's Sugar Pink

Single (Wilson 1979)
Very free-flowering, tube and sepals creamy pink, corolla silver pink.

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£4.15

Dancing Flame - Trailing/Basket Fuchsia

Dancing Flame

Double (Stubbs 1981)
Vigorous variety, tube and sepals orange, corolla orange carmine.

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£4.15

Lucky Dip Mixed Fuchsias - six for only £18.90

Our choice of six different varieties of fuchsia, selected to give a range of colours, finished heights and flower forms.

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£3.15

Dollar Princess - Hardy Fuchsia

Dollar Princess

Double (Lemoine 1912)
Growth 1½-2 ft. Tube and sepals cerise, corolla rich purple.

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£4.15

Scarlet Jester - Hardy (Triphylla) Fuchsia

Scarlet Jester

(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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Tennessee Waltz - Hardy Fuchsia

Tennessee Waltz

Semi-double (Walker & Jones 1950)
Growth 2-3 ft. Tube and sepals rose madder, corolla lilac lavender.

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Rufus the Red - Hardy Fuchsia

Rufus the Red

Single (Nelson 1952)
Growth up to 3 ft. Bright turkey red self-colour.

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Hermiena - Trailing/Basket Fuchsia

Hermiena

Single (Lavieren 1987)
Tube and sepals white tinged pink, corolla dark violet maturing to rich plum. Self-branching

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Annie M. G. Schmidt - Upright/Bush Fuchsia

Annie M. G. Schmidt

Single (Krom 1996)
Tube and sepals burgundy. Corolla white tinged burgundy with burgundy streaks.

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Hardy

The fuchsias listed in this section should prove hardy throughout the UK when planted in the ground - not in pots.

Upright/Bush

The fuchsias listed in this section have an upright growth habit (otherwise known as bush fuchsias). These varieties will need frost protection during the winter months, but make excellent choices for patio pots or summer planting schemes.

Trailing/Basket

The fuchsias listed in this section have a lax growth habit, which makes them particularly good for hanging baskets, or for cascading down the sides of patio pots.

Triphylla

The fuchsias in this section are characterised by a long thin tube with short stiffly held sepals and a short corolla. The flowers are strongly coloured with deeply coloured foliage to effect a startling contrast.

Encliandra

The fuchsias listed in this section are characterised by their miniature blooms and small leaves.

Species

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

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