*** ALL PRICES FULLY INCLUSIVE OF P&P ***
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.
Triphylla (Dijkstra 1995)
Large clusters of self coloured salmon slender tubed blooms carried on branch ends. Foliage bronzy green.
Semi-double (Weston 1998)
Very free-flowering, tube and sepals rose, corolla palest pink.
Alyssa May Garcia
Double (Garcia 2012)
Tube and sepals creamy rose, corolla lilac pink.
Single (Gotz 1989)
A sturdy plant, tube and sepals waxy white, corolla salmon orange.
Semi-double (Clark 1992)
Medium sized bloom, white tube and sepals with green tips, white corolla.
Double (Ryle 1977)
Free flowering variety, whitish pink self-colour, best results obtained in a shady position.
Annie M. G. Schmidt
Single (Krom 1996)
Tube and sepals burgundy. Corolla white tinged burgundy with burgundy streaks.
Bush Fuchsia : (Wilkinson 2018)
Small to medium sized single flowers of pure white with pink stamens when grown shaded, but will pinken up in a lot of sun. Good self-branching growth with mid to dark green foliage.
(Limit 1 per order due to difficulty in propagation/high demand - so that as many as possible can enjoy)
Awake Sweet Love
(de Cooker 2011)
Trailing habit. Tube and sepals white, corolla soft pink.
Single (Pacey 1985)
Small flowers held horizontally, tube and sepals crimson, corolla mallow purple veined.
Pinkish salmon self-colour with olive green foliage.
Bland's New Striped
Single (Bland 1872)
One of the best striped varieties, tube and sepals cerise, corolla purple striped with pink.
Single (Welch 1996)
Free flowering variety, tube and sepals carmine, corolla orchid blue.
Double (Pacey 1988)
Medium sized flower, tube and sepals white with a red reverse, corolla cardinal red shot through with pink.
Single (Crousse 1861)
Believed to be the first variety bred with outward facing flowers, tube and sepals waxy ivory white, corolla pale purple.
Single (Waving 2016)
Tube and sepals rose bengal, corolla spectrum violet.
Double (Gilbert 1988)
Strong upward growth, tube and sepals deep cerise, corolla white flushed pale pink.
Single (Pacey 1986)
Very free flowering, tube and sepals white tipped green and flushed with lavender, corolla lavender violet.
Single (Miller 1967)
Open bell-shaped flowers, tube and sepals creamy pink, corolla violet.
Single (Roe 1978)
Very strong upward growth make this an ideal choice for a standard, tube and sepals cream fading to pink, corolla currant red.
Double (Garcia 2009)
Tube and sepals blush pink, corolla deep lavender.
Single (Walker & Jones 1948)
An excellent cultivar for the beginner can be easily trained for standards. Tube long and red, sepals start red and abruptly change to white, corolla deeper red with white base to petals.
Single (Chapman 2001)
Medium sized single flower, tube and sepals fleshy pink, corolla violet. Profuse flowering.
Double (Welch 2008)
Tube pink, sepals white flushed pink, corolla lavender blue with pink blush.
Double (Gadsby 1978)
Very attractive medium-sized flower, tube light pink, sepals waxy white, corolla gentian blue.
Triphylla (Bonstedt 1905)
Salmon orange self-colour with sage green foliage veined in a lighter shade.
Double (Welch 1994)
striking flower, tube and sepals creamy white, corolla aster violet.
Semi-double (Haag & Son 1953)
Good strong growing variety, tube and sepals bright red, corolla rich blue with white at base of petals.
Double (Welch 1993)
Aptly named due to the crinkled edges on the corolla petals, tube and sepals flesh pink, corolla coral pink with purple streaks.
Strong upward growth, ideal for standards, tube and sepals white, corolla rose pink.
A sport of Rose Fantasia with light green variegated foliage, tube and sepals pale rose, corolla white rose. Upward facing blooms.
Double (Welch 2008)
Tube white striped pink, sepals and corolla white with pink blush.
Single (Welch 1994)
Small flowers, tube and sepals dark reddish purple, corolla rose pink.
Single (Roe 1987)
Small flower, tube and sepals white, corolla deep lilac.
Single (Birt 2012)
Tube and sepals white, fully recurved, corolla opens to violet, white at base, maturing to light violet.
Single (Redfern 1989)
Open growth, tube and sepals cream, corolla white veined with pink.
Double (Waving 2015)
Small compact flowers, naturally self-branching and short jointed. Tube deep rose with candy pink stripes, sepals deep rose, corolla palest pink.
Good profuse flowering variety, tube and sepals scarlet, corolla white.
Semi-double (Paskesen 1941)
Very prolific flowering, tube and sepals dark salmon pink, corolla smoky rose streaked with orange.
Single (Goulding 1988)
Free flowering show stopper, tube and sepals ivory pink, corolla red.
Double (Goulding 1985)
Strong upward growth, ideal for standards, tube and sepals pinkish red, corolla red streaked with white.
Single (Bogemann 1990)
Unusual and novel; funnel shaped flowers and leaves carried in whorls, tube and sepals rose tipped with green, corolla light orange.
Medium sized flower, tube and sepals white flushed with pink, corolla powder blue.
Encliandra (Morrison 2004)
Seedling from Marlies de Keijzer. Pinkish red flowers with silvery foliage, same colouring as parent, but flowers considerably larger.
Double (Rolt 1993)
Consistent performance, tube and sepals pinkish red, corolla red streaked white.
Gruss aus dem Bothetal
Single (Sattler & Belge 1893)
Also known as Black Prince, very striking small flower, tube and sepals crimson, corolla purple black.
Semi-double (Welch 1994)
Small to medium flower, creamy white self-colour, tinged pink on tube.
Double (McDonald 1990)
Tube pale pink, sepals dark rose, corolla deep burgundy red.
Triphylla (de Graaff 1991)
Tube and sepals bronzy orange, corolla brighter orange. Foliage bronze-green. Good self-branching growth.
Single (Bush 1998)
Tube and sepals creamy pink, corolla violet pink. A good variety for show.