*** ALL PRICES FULLY INCLUSIVE OF P&P ***
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.
These varieties will require protection from frost during the winter, but provide an abundance of amazing colour during the summer months.
Tube and sepals pale pink with green tips, corolla soft violet with streaks.
Double (Stubbs 1978)
Wide spreading flower, tube and sepals carmine, corolla orange-red, will give the best colour in a shaded position.
Horizontal stiff growth suitable for baskets (with careful pinching), or ground cover. Chiefly grown for its attractive foliage, young leaves are green & yellow maturing to dark red & salmon. Scarlet tube & sepals, corolla purple, very late flowering.
Single (Lagen 1937)
A superb variety for basket work, with the majority of the flowers produced at the tips. Tube and sepals white flushed with carmine, corolla rose bengal.
Double (Whitfield 1981)
Medium sized flower in mid-season, tube and sepals red, corolla lavender blue with pink at the base, requires shade.
Profuse flowering self coloured soft pink blooms.
Single (Bright 1910)
Free flowering easy to grow variety, tube and sepals pale salmon, corolla rich orange.
Double (Stubbs 1981)
Vigorous variety, tube and sepals orange, corolla orange carmine.
Double (Garrett 1989)
A handsome variety wth generous flowers. Tube and sepals white, corolla deep purple.
Single (de Cooker 2011)
Long pale pink tube and sepals, deep purple corolla.
Double (Hilton 1981)
Large flower, tube and sepals white flushed neyron rose, corolla white with a hint of pink.
Double (Yorke 1943)
Tube and sepals rosy pink, corolla deep pinky/purple with splashes of white.
Single (Welch 1999)
Vigorous growing variety, free flowering at the tips, tube and sepals white, corolla magenta pink.
Double (Chapman 2013)
Tube and sepals creamy white, corolla deep rose tinted burgundy
Double (Clark 1982)
Short jointed variety needing a shady position for best colour as sun will bring out pink tinges. Pure white self-colour with sepals fully reflexed.
Frankie's Magnificent Seven
Double (Welch 1997)
Medium sized flower, tube and sepals red, corolla lavender blue.
Single (de Cooker 1992)
Tube and sepals crimson rose, corolla rose.
Happy Wedding Day
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.
Semi-double (Dunnett 1981)
Good self-branching variety with small compact flower, tube and sepals white with green tips, corolla white.
Double (Holmes 1992)
Strong growth with good reliable flowering. Tube and sepals waxy red, corolla purple veined red.
Single (Lavieren 1987)
Tube and sepals white tinged pink, corolla dark violet maturing to rich plum. Self-branching
Single (Tiret 1949)
Vigorous growing, free flowering variety, large self coloured rose pink flowers.
Tube and sepals rose madder, corolla lilac with pink veining. Distinctive bronzy green foliage.
Semi-double (Blackwell 1968)
Small flowers, very free-flowering, tube and sepals white, corolla imperial purple.
Double (Goulding 1986)
Medium sized flower, tube and sepals rose pink, corolla pink with a touch of lavender, requires shade.
Double (Antonelli 1965)
Very full blooms, tube and sepals red, corolla deep blue.
Single (de Graaff 1977)
Early flowering variety, pale orange self-colour.
Single (Chapman 2019)
Tube and sepals creamy white, corolla light peach.
Single (Rozain-Boucharlet 1902)
A superb variety which can make a respectable basket very quickly. Tube fairly long and bright red, short red sepals and deep ruby red corolla.
Large full blooms, tube and sepals deep red, corolla darkest aubergine.
Single (Martin 1963)
Long flowers, hanging in clusters, tube and sepals light orange, corolla darker orange.
President Stanley Wilson
Single (Thorne 1969)
Long flowers tube and sepals carmine, corolla rose carmine.
Double (Welch 1993)
Medium sized flowers, tube and sepals flesh pink to cream, corolla purple.
Double (Walker 1974)
Very large compacted flowers, tube and sepals white, corolla deep lavender blue.
Double (Garson 1942)
Medium sized flower, tube and sepals bright red, corolla rose pink with cerise veining, foliage slightly serrated for added interest.
Single (de Cooker 2008)
Long pendulous flowers, tube and sepals rich rose, corolla plum red.
Single (Bielby/Oxtoby 1996)
Reliable grower flowering on branch tips, salmon pink self-colour, foliage pale green and slightly rough textured for additional interest.
Sir Matt Busby
Double (Sinton 1998)
Medium sized double with good natural trailing habit, tube and sepals red, corolla white.
Double (Martin 1964)
Large tube and sepals pale pink with metallic sheen, corolla white.
Double (Walker & Jones 1952)
Very full ruffled bloom, tube pale pink, sepals pale pink on top with darker pink undersides, corolla soft pink with deep pink veining.
Double (Goulding 1986)
Early blooming variety, tube and sepals pale pink, corolla blush pink.
Double (Tiret 1950)
Full, bold flower, tube and sepals shiny red, corolla milky white.
Triphylla (Reiter 1946)
Trailing habit. Pale geranium lake self-colour, foliage bluish-green.
Twist & Shout
Twisted, recurved, pale pink tube and sepal with vivid mauve to violet corolla.
Double (Tiret 1953)
Very vigorous self-branching variety with full bold bloom. Tube and sepals dark waxy red, corolla dark purple-black.
Wilson's Sugar Pink
Single (Wilson 1979)
Very free-flowering, tube and sepals creamy pink, corolla silver pink.