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Fuchsias

Botanical name: Fuchsia

Fuchsias
Botanical name: Fuchsia
Fuchsias (Fuchsia)

Description

The fuchsias are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).

Species of Fuchsias

Hardy fuchsia 'Thompsonii'

Hardy fuchsia 'Thompsonii'

Hardy fuchsia 'Thompsonii' is an award-winning, Hardy fuchsia cultivar distinguished by its single red flowers, adorned with purple sepals. The cultivar is mostly bred for its compact size. It makes for a great informal hedge with its arching branches.
Fuchsias 'Nellie Nuttall'

Fuchsias 'Nellie Nuttall'

Fuchsias 'Nellie Nuttall' is an elegant member of the fuschia family notable for its small size and its profuse white flowers with deep pink surrounding petals. This hybrid is a cross between the 'Khada' and 'Ice Cap' fuchsias. This plant has proved such a popular ornamental garden addition that it has received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Fuchsias 'Novella'

Fuchsias 'Novella'

Every part of the fuchsias 'Novella' variant has a unique color: dark pink tubes, rose-pink sepals, and coral corollas. Cultivated as a hybrid of other fuchsias, fuchsias 'Novella' was named for its dramatic look and feel, similar to that of a TV novella. This cultivar is adored for its pink hues, lovely growth habit, and appeal to hummingbirds and butterflies.
Fuchsias 'Sarah'

Fuchsias 'Sarah'

Fuchsias 'Sarah' deals better with cold than most fuchsias. This elegant purple-and-white flowering plant can be used in containers and borders but can also be trained as a standard. Its versatility is enhanced by its willingness to grow in all soil types and acidities. It also attracts pollinators to the garden.
Fuchsias 'Nancy Lou'

Fuchsias 'Nancy Lou'

Fuchsias 'Nancy Lou' is a vigorous and upright type of fuchsia with interestingly shaped flowers. The unusual outer petals of these blooms are ‘reflexed,’ or turned all the way back. The exact heritage is not known. This cultivar is a trailing variant, which makes it perfect for floral hanging baskets and containers.
Fuchsias 'Delta's Sara'

Fuchsias 'Delta's Sara'

Fuchsias 'Delta's Sara' is a tall-growing and uniquely colored cultivar, producing white, violet, and pink blooms. Hybridized from other variants of fuchsias, fuchsias 'Delta's Sara' was named after its parent plant. This cultivar is frequently sold out due to its array of lovely colors, appeal to pollinators, and attractive growth habits.
Fuchsias 'Evita'

Fuchsias 'Evita'

Fuchsias 'Evita' is a short white-and-pink variant that grows especially well in pots. Hybridized from other fuchsias specifically for being a container plant, this cultivar was named after the Latin word for "living." fuchsias 'Evita' is beloved for its compact and manageable size, abundant and long-living flowers, and ease of care.
Fuchsias 'Dark Eyes'

Fuchsias 'Dark Eyes'

The bicolored fuchsias 'Dark Eyes' can be found blooming from early summer until frost. Its parentage has not been disclosed. It can be assumed that its name comes from its dark foliage. The fuchsias 'Dark Eyes' is popular among gardeners, even winning the Award of Garden Merit for its attractive blooms.
Fuchsias 'Whiteknights Pearl'

Fuchsias 'Whiteknights Pearl'

Probably bred from the Fuchsia fulgens x Fuchsia magellanica alba, fuchsias 'Whiteknights Pearl' is an upright fuchsia that produces masses of slender flowers with white tubes and pink sepals and tepals. This award-winning cultivar is favored by gardeners for its beautiful dainty flowers, upright growth habit, and hardiness.
Fuchsias 'Swingtime'

Fuchsias 'Swingtime'

Fuchsias 'Swingtime' has white petals accented by scarlet veining and outer petals. As hinted by its name, this plant has a trailing growth habit and is thus frequently used in hanging baskets or other containers.
Fuchsias 'Beacon'

Fuchsias 'Beacon'

Fuchsias 'Beacon' is a fuchsia cultivar with an exciting contrast of moody green leaves and two layers of petals, with the outer petals sporting a vivid red and the inner petals a deeper purple. It is adored amongst gardeners for its elegant blooms and long flowering period, from early summer until the first frost. Fuchsias 'Beacon' is also a favorite for bees and hummingbirds.
Fuchsias 'Seventh Heaven'

Fuchsias 'Seventh Heaven'

Fuchsias 'Seventh Heaven' has white and rose-pink flowers, which mark its difference from other fuchsias. It is from the Exclusive Fuchsia collection by Henriks. Fuchsias 'Seventh Heaven' is thought to be named for its white sepals, which resemble angel wings. Horticulturalists like its double flowers, and that it is shade tolerant and attracts hummingbirds.
Fuchsias 'Genii'

Fuchsias 'Genii'

The fuchsias 'Genii' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Genii' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Alice Hoffman'

Fuchsias 'Alice Hoffman'

The fuchsias 'Alice Hoffman' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Alice Hoffman' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Marin Glow'

Fuchsias 'Marin Glow'

Winner of the Award of Garden Merit, fuchsias 'Marin Glow' is a purple, white, and red beauty. Hybridized from other fuchsia varieties, this cultivar was named after the Latin word for "Of The Sea" and for its lovely "glowing" effect. Fuchsias 'Marin Glow' won its famous award for its delightful and long-lasting blooms, appeal to pollinators, and ease of care.
Fuchsias 'Achievement'

Fuchsias 'Achievement'

The fuchsias 'Achievement' is a small and compact deciduous fuchsia cultivar. It blooms in early to late summer, and later will produce tiny, decorative fruits. It tolerates all soil types and acidities provided it is well-drained and there is plenty of sunlight. However, it cannot handle hot summers, too much humidity, or drought, so proper care for this cultivar can be an 'achievement' in and of itself.
Small leaf fuchsia

Small leaf fuchsia

Named for its extremely small leaves ("Fuchsia microphylla" means "small-leaved"), small leaf fuchsia is an extremely ornamental plant. Within its native habitat, this evergreen or semi-evergreen shrub can be found in thickets and exposed rocky habitats at high elevations.
Fuchsias 'Flying Cloud'

Fuchsias 'Flying Cloud'

Fuchsias 'Flying Cloud' sports soft white flowers with a gentle spread to the outer petals, inspiring its pretty name. This fuchsia cultivar is tolerant of all soil types and acidities and likes a sheltered environment with good sun exposure. Gardeners should beware of humidity, drought, vine weevils, and aphids.
Fuchsias 'Dollar Prinzessin'

Fuchsias 'Dollar Prinzessin'

Fuchsias 'Dollar Prinzessin' is a fuchsia cultivar that is particularly noteworthy because it's cold hardy, which is a rare trait in fuchsias. Its blooms are prized, being fully double and a very rich combination of pink and dark purple. This variant can be successfully planted in containers and borders, where it will attract bees and butterflies.
Fuchsias 'Shellford'

Fuchsias 'Shellford'

Fuchsias 'Shellford' is a fuchsia cultivar with a unique shade of baby pink sepals and tubes paired with white petals. It is one of the smaller fuchsia varieties, reaching only 50 cm, while many others grow much taller to 4 m. Fuchsias 'Shellford' is named after Shelford, England.
Fuchsias 'Checkerboard'

Fuchsias 'Checkerboard'

The fuchsias 'Checkerboard' has a pink and white coloring which marks its difference from other fuchsia. It was registered in 1948 by Walker and Jones, although parentage is unknown. Its name may come from the appearance of the flowers because, when seen as a group, the petals crisscross and form a pattern reminiscent of a checkerboard. It is liked by gardeners for its pretty aesthetics and looks good in hanging baskets.
Fuchsias 'Lena'

Fuchsias 'Lena'

The fuchsias 'Lena' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Lena' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Lady In Black'

Fuchsias 'Lady In Black'

This variant of fuchsia, fuchsias 'Lady In Black', is an excellent climber and is well-suited for walls and trellises measuring less than two meters tall. The almost-black blooms that inspired its name unfurl to reveal shades of deep pink and burgundy. This is a recently developed cultivar, and only the second climbing fuchsia ever recorded.
Fuchsia triphylla 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt’

Fuchsia triphylla 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt’

Fuchsia triphylla 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt’ is a coral red-flowered cultivar of Fuchsia triphylla that was first bred in 1905. While the parent plant is renowned for its seed production, this cultivar produces very few seeds, which are all sterile. Fuchsia triphylla 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt’ is more heat tolerant than other Fuchsia cultivars. The name translates to 'Gardener Bonstedt' and refers to German gardener and botanist Carl Bonstedt.
Fuchsias 'Display'

Fuchsias 'Display'

A cultivar of fuchsia, fuchsias 'Display' is a bushy, erect shrub that bears deep rose-pink blooms and glossy green foliage. As indicated by its name, it was developed for its ornamental appeal and is popular as a display piece, being recognized by the UK's Royal Horticultural Society with an Award of Garden Merit. The flowers appear in summer and persist through autumn.
Fuchsias 'Paula Jane'

Fuchsias 'Paula Jane'

Fuchsias 'Paula Jane' is distinct for its semi-double pink and purple flowers. It is a cultivar of Fuchsia upright. This plant does well in hanging pots, with its bold, eye-catching flowers hanging downward along with its bushy dark green leaves. It is a vigorous and semi-hardy plant.
Fuchsias 'White Joy'

Fuchsias 'White Joy'

A cultivar of fuchsia, fuchsias 'White Joy' is a bushy, upright deciduous shrub that was named for its white flowers, tinged with pink. The blossoms were developed for their soft blushing hues and attract numerous pollinators, such as hummingbirds and bees. The flowering season lasts from mid-summer to the year's first frosts. This plant thrives in containers as well as in the ground.
Fuchsias 'WALZ Jubelteen'

Fuchsias 'WALZ Jubelteen'

Separated from other fuchsia cultivars by means of its pink-orange color and its erect blooms, the fuchsias 'WALZ Jubelteen' comes from the Toos and Prince Syray. It is compact and shrub-like, well suited to borders and containers. The capitalized WALZ prefix is an acronym for the hybridizer's four grandchildren. "Jubelteen" seems to be a German compound word that means "joyous teenager," a suggestive personality for this cultivar.
Fuchsias 'Jollies Riems'

Fuchsias 'Jollies Riems'

A compact variety of fuchsia that grows more upright than other types, the fuchsias 'Jollies Riems' is also notable for the brilliant coloration of its flowers. Each flower has both vibrant pink and deep purple shades, creating a stunning effect in containers. The color remains throughout the growing season.
Fuchsias 'Royal Velvet'

Fuchsias 'Royal Velvet'

The fuchsias 'Royal Velvet' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Royal Velvet' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Sunray'

Fuchsias 'Sunray'

Aptly named, fuchsias 'Sunray' is a little ray of sunshine that's sure to fill you with joy. This Fuchsia cultivar achieves its individuality from the variegation in its foliage, its green leaves embellished with cream outlines and a gentle splash of pink, which isn't typical for species within the Fuchsia genus.
Honeysuckle fuschia

Honeysuckle fuschia

Honeysuckle fuschia, or Fuchsia triphylla, are small shrubs and plants with flashy, exotic-looking flowers. They are most commonly grown as an annual in the United States in hanging baskets, so that the pretty blooms can hang down.
Hardy fuchsia

Hardy fuchsia

The vibrant colors and graceful shape of hardy fuchsia makes it a perfect choice to grace your garden. The hardy fuchsia is less sensitive to cold than other types of fuchsias, which means that this plant can go from containers or window boxes to permanent plantings along borders or as shrubs.
Fuchsias 'Bicentennial'

Fuchsias 'Bicentennial'

With light pink outer petals and darker central petals, fuchsias 'Bicentennial' is a Fuchsia cultivar with a unique combination of colors that are highly dissimilar from its ancestral plant, the Fushcia, which sports much darker shades. The grand name fuchsias 'Bicentennial' suits this plant, as its festive appearance is reminiscent of a big celebration.
Fuchsias 'Coralle'

Fuchsias 'Coralle'

The fuchsias 'Coralle' is set apart by its fast-growing, easy to care for nature. Bred by Carl Bonstedt, the fuchsias 'Coralle' derives from the Fuchsia triphylla and the Fuchsia fulgens. This flower attracts wildlife like butterflies and hummingbirds to gardens, making it valuable as a showy cultivar.
Hardy fuchsia 'Riccartonii'

Hardy fuchsia 'Riccartonii'

Hardy fuchsia 'Riccartonii' is perhaps the most popular fuchsia cultivar in the UK. It was named for Riccarton Gardens in Scotland, where the cultivar was developed in 1830. It is extremely hardy and beloved as a hedging plant, particularly when it blooms with its unique pink and purple blossoms in late summer.
Fuchsias 'Maori Maid'

Fuchsias 'Maori Maid'

A long-living and especially large-blooming variety of fuchsia, fuchsias 'Maori Maid' won the famous Award of Garden Merit for its unique colors and fabulous growth habit. Cultivated as a hybrid of other variants, this cultivar was named for those who discovered it and its dress-like flowers. Fuchsias 'Maori Maid' is very popular among gardeners for its lovely appearance, long blooming season, and draping growth.
Fuchsias 'Sophia'

Fuchsias 'Sophia'

The fuchsias 'Sophia' is unusual for a Fuchsia since it produces flowers that grow upwards and outwards, making them more visible. Cultivated by Hendriks Young Plants, all their cultivars are named after the company's employees, and their wives and daughters. Cultivated from the Bella Fuschia, gardeners like these plants because they are strong and attractive in a hanging basket.
Fuchsia 'Billy Green'

Fuchsia 'Billy Green'

A cultivar of Fuchsia, fuchsia 'Billy Green' has distinctive flowers that are salmon pink. In contrast, the parent plant's flowers are more commonly red-orange or red-purple. Fuschias are particularly popular with hummingbirds, so they are much-loved by gardeners who wish to bring wildlife into their gardens.
Kotukutuku

Kotukutuku

Kotukutuku (Fuchsia excorticata) is a shrub that is grown ornamentally for its elegant purple flowers. It attracts bees with its vivid blue pollen. In its native New Zealand, the introduction of the common brushtail possum led to a large reduction in numbers since kotukutuku dies after they feed on it. The plant is used by humans to make dyes and for tanning leather.
Fuchsias 'La Campanella'

Fuchsias 'La Campanella'

The fuchsias 'La Campanella' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'La Campanella' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Snowcap'

Fuchsias 'Snowcap'

Fuchsias 'Snowcap' has distinctively colored red and white flowers, in contrast to its parents, the F. magellanica var. molinae and F. magellanica var. conica, which have solid-colored petals. The white 'snowcap' flower cup, in particular, is an unusual color for fuchsias. It is for these striking flowers that this is a highly prized fuchsia cultivar — so impressive that it has received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Fuchsias 'Ballet Girl'

Fuchsias 'Ballet Girl'

Fuchsias 'Ballet Girl' is named for the shape and color of its flowers, which each possess a frilly pale pink, tutu-like ‘skirt’ under a darker pink top. It blooms from midsummer all the way into fall, loving full sun and well-drained soils. It thrives in beds, borders, and also containers; the latter is convenient because they can be brought inside during the winter months.
Fuchsias 'Lady Boothby'

Fuchsias 'Lady Boothby'

Fuchsias 'Lady Boothby' is an attractive and distinctive Fuschia with two-colored plum and dark-pink flowers. It was bred in 1939 and is named for Lady Boothby, the founder of the British Fuschia Society. This plant is fully hardy and gardeners like it as it grows well at the back of herbaceous borders.
Fuchsias 'Jack Shahan'

Fuchsias 'Jack Shahan'

The fuchsias 'Jack Shahan' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Jack Shahan' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Claudia'

Fuchsias 'Claudia'

Fuchsias 'Claudia' is a fuchsia cultivar that combines shrubby foliage with elegant trailing branches. This variety is very floriferous, producing dense, double flowers from summer through fall. It is a versatile garden choice, tolerant of many soil types, and it also attracts bees and hummingbirds to the garden.
Fuchsias 'Jollies Nantes'

Fuchsias 'Jollies Nantes'

Fuchsias 'Jollies Nantes' is a quick-to-flower perennial shrub with an upright growth habit and bi-color flowers, making it an attractive choice for gardeners. This fuchsia cultivar is ideal for patio container gardens and for mixed shrub borders due to its compact nature.
Fuchsias 'Annabel'

Fuchsias 'Annabel'

Setting itself apart from its original plant because of its long flowering time, fuchsias 'Annabel' produces pale white blooms lightly dusted with baby pink. It's a Fuchsia Hybrid whose original ancestral plant remains elusive. Although the reasoning behind the name "Annabel" isn't explicitly explained, it may be to complement the genus "Fuchsia," as this is also a girl's name.
Fuchsias 'Mrs W.P. Wood'

Fuchsias 'Mrs W.P. Wood'

Fuchsias 'Mrs W.P. Wood' is a tribute to love: W. P. Wood developed it in 1949 using Margaret and F. magellanica var. molinae and named the new cultivar Fuchsias 'Mrs W. P. Wood' after his wife. Its height is unique; it can grow up to 1.3 m tall. The plant holds a RHS Award of Garden Merit. It tolerates all soil types, grows in sunny to shady locations, and is popular both in beds and containers.
Fuchsias 'Brookwood Belle'

Fuchsias 'Brookwood Belle'

Free-flowering, the fuchsias 'Brookwood Belle' has an upright bushy habit. It was developed by crossing the Ann H Tripp and Heidi Ann. With its large blooms, the fuchsias 'Brookwood Belle' is a popular double-flowered prolific bloomer.
Fuchsias 'Bf01'

Fuchsias 'Bf01'

A floriferous cultivar, the fuchsias 'Bf01' is an upright bloomer that was bred specifically to be planted in containers. It also has improved branches and fuller flowers. Lastly, it has a compact habit and a long blooming season. It is part of the Bella fuchsia series produced by the Hendriks family.
Hardy fuchsia 'Madame Cornelissen'

Hardy fuchsia 'Madame Cornelissen'

Hardy fuchsia 'Madame Cornelissen' is an upright shrub of vigorous growth, offering single flowers with deep crimson to scarlet tubes and sepals, and contrasting white petals. It is a cultivar of Hardy fuchsia. Gardeners favor this cultivar as a choice for hedges and screens as it offers a bushy, dense growth.
Fuchsias 'Wicked Queen'

Fuchsias 'Wicked Queen'

Fuchsias 'Wicked Queen' is unique for its double-height flowers with dark red sepals and tubus, and pale pink corolla. Fuchsias 'Wicked Queen' was cultivated from a Fuchsia magellanica in 1985. Gardeners are fond of this hardy hybrid as it is good for borders and hanging baskets, with reliable blooms from spring until autumn.
Hardy fuchsia 'Versicolor'

Hardy fuchsia 'Versicolor'

Hardy fuchsia 'Versicolor' is a deciduous shrub offering amazing and unique foliage in light green and gray-green tones with creamy-white margins. When they emerge they have a beautiful light pink tinge. It blooms with crimson and purple flowers in summer and autumn. This is a cultivar of Hardy fuchsia, named for its stunning colors. It is popular as a container plant to add a burst of color to a sunny spot.
Fuchsias 'Dying Embers'

Fuchsias 'Dying Embers'

A perpetual bloomer, the fuchsias 'Dying Embers' will attract hummingbirds and bees. Although its parentage is unknown, the fuchsias 'Dying Embers''s vibrant red sepals and dark purple coronas have the appearance of embers, which may be the reason why it was named Fuchsias 'Dying Embers'. Gardeners may be interested in this award-winning cultivar for its hardiness.
Fuchsias 'Border Queen'

Fuchsias 'Border Queen'

A cultivar of fuchsia, fuchsias 'Border Queen' is an upstanding shrub with masses of outstanding flowers that range along their length from pale pink to rich blue-purple. Blooming from early summer to the first winter frosts, the flowers strike a lovely contrast with the green leaves and red stems of the plant. It has received a prestigious Award of Garden Merit from the UK's Royal Horticultural Society.
Fuchsias 'Blue Angel'

Fuchsias 'Blue Angel'

A variant of fuchsia, fuchsias 'Blue Angel' is widely admired for the striking blue-and-white blossoms that remind the viewer of little angels, especially when dangling from a hanging pot. The blossoms appear in early summer and persist until mid-autumn, although they must be sheltered from strong winds and sudden frost. In the UK, this cultivar has become so popular that it has its own dedicated national society.
Hardy fuchsia 'Lady Bacon'

Hardy fuchsia 'Lady Bacon'

Known for its hardiness, the hardy fuchsia 'Lady Bacon' has elegant flowers that attract pollinators. Its parentage is unknown. Priscilla Dora Ponsonby, nicknamed Lady Bacon, discovered the hardy fuchsia 'Lady Bacon' in Chile and named it after herself. Many gardeners use the hardy fuchsia 'Lady Bacon' as a bush or hedge due to its ability to withstand cold temperatures.
Fuchsias 'Mrs Popple'

Fuchsias 'Mrs Popple'

The fuchsias 'Mrs Popple' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Mrs Popple' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Mary'

Fuchsias 'Mary'

The fuchsias 'Mary' is a fuchsia cultivar bred for a pleasing contrast between dark green foliage and tiny, orange-crimson flowers. This is a smaller cultivar that remains compact and is suitable for containers. It will tolerate practically any soil type, but it is not hardy and cannot survive outside through the winter.
Fuchsias 'Royal Mosaic'

Fuchsias 'Royal Mosaic'

The fuchsias 'Royal Mosaic' has very large flowers with deep, rich purple-pink streaked petals and pale pink corolla. Cultivated from the Fuchsia magellanica, this half hardy deciduous perennial has multi layered purple "ruffles" reminiscent of royal robes. It is popular with gardeners for hanging baskets or containers.
Fuchsias 'Westminster Chimes'

Fuchsias 'Westminster Chimes'

The bell-shaped flowers of fuchsias 'Westminster Chimes' explain why their name evokes the famous bells of the British parliament building. These showy deep pink flowers with red surrounding petals explain the plant's garden appeal. This hybrid is also hardier than most fuchsias.
Fuchsias 'Dollar Princess'

Fuchsias 'Dollar Princess'

Known as one of the hardiest of fuchsias, the fuchsias 'Dollar Princess' can be grown in colder regions. Gardeners plant the fuchsias 'Dollar Princess' to use as a mixed border plant for its showy blossoms that attract pollinators. This cultivar won the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Fuchsias 'Happy Wedding Day'

Fuchsias 'Happy Wedding Day'

Fuchsias 'Happy Wedding Day' is a fuchsia cultivar with a soft, bridal look. It will tolerate practically any soil type, and is also hardier against the cold than most fuchsias. However, it is still to the gardener’s benefit to plant this beauty in containers that can be brought inside to avoid the worst of the winter months.
Fuchsias 'Devonshire Dumpling'

Fuchsias 'Devonshire Dumpling'

Fuchsias 'Devonshire Dumpling' is a deciduous shrub with delightful pink flowers that bloom from the early summer all the way into fall. It was registered by Hilton George in 1981. Its compact and dense foliage make it a popular choice for baskets and containers. Profuse flowers will hang down under their own weight and create a lovely display.
Fuchsias 'Garden News'

Fuchsias 'Garden News'

The fuchsias 'Garden News' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Garden News' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Roesse Blacky'

Fuchsias 'Roesse Blacky'

The fuchsias 'Roesse Blacky' are a group of flowering shrubs and small trees in the evening primrose family. Fuchsias 'Roesse Blacky' are extremely popular as ornamental plants – they tend to bear pendulous flowers with distinctive forms and striking colors. The use of the word "fuschia" to describe a bright shade of purplish-red is derived from these plants (not the other way around).
Fuchsias 'Bella Sacha'

Fuchsias 'Bella Sacha'

The fuchsias 'Bella Sacha' are early and extended bloomers that bloom from spring until frost. The breed name 'Bella' can be attributed to its series. However, the upright fuchsias 'Bella Sacha' are great in containers due to their compact but bushy shape and disease resistance. Therefore, gardeners hoping to attract hummingbirds may find this Fuschia cultivar useful in all sorts of accents like hanging baskets, containers, and borders.
Fuchsias 'Marinka'

Fuchsias 'Marinka'

A bright red, prolific blooming variety of Fuchsia, the fuchsias 'Marinka' is an impressive plant that adds bright color to the garden for a long period of time. The plant's foliage is also tinged red. With a trailing habit, the variety does well in a hanging basket or large container. It is an excellent choice for attracting hummingbirds to the garden.
Shrubby fuchsia

Shrubby fuchsia

Fuchsia paniculata is a plant of the genus Fuchsia native to Central America. It belongs to the section Schufia and is most closely related to Fuchsia arborescens.
Creeping fuchsia

Creeping fuchsia

Creeping fuchsia has heart-shaped leaves and dazzling flowers along with blue pollen, which is truly unique in the plant world. It is also a very tolerant and hardy species, rarely reacting to environmental disturbances once established.
Bolivian fuchsia

Bolivian fuchsia

Bolivian fuchsia (Fuchsia boliviana) is a rare evergreen shrub native to the Andes Mountains of South America. It produces long clusters of 10 cm long flowers in a colorful combination of white and fluorescent red. Clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers bloom from spring through fall and attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Small green, edible fruits ripen after flowering and have a sweet flavor. Prefers morning sun and afternoon shade.
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These cookies are set because of our use of Google Analytics. They are used to collect information about your use of our application/website. The cookies collect specific information, such as your IP address, data related to your device and other information about your use of the application/website. Please note that the data processing is essentially carried out by Google LLC and Google may use your data collected by the cookies for own purposes, e.g. profiling and will combine it with other data such as your Google Account. For more information about how Google processes your data and Google’s approach to privacy as well as implemented safeguards for your data, please see here.
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1 Year

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Purpose
We use these cookies to collect information about how you use our site, monitor site performance, and improve our site performance, our services, and your experience.
Lifespan
1 Year
Marketing Cookies
Marketing cookies are used by advertising companies to serve ads that are relevant to your interests.
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Facebook Pixel
Purpose
A conversion pixel tracking that we use for retargeting campaigns. Learn more here.
Lifespan
1 Year

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Source
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Purpose
This cookie provides mobile analytics and attribution services that enable us to measure and analyze the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, certain events and actions within the Application. Learn more here.
Lifespan
1 Year
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