Baby Blue Eyes. (Hardy) Single. Tube and sepal bright red. Corolla bright blue.  Small red and blue flowers. Compact and upright grower. 1 – 2ft (45-60cm)
H3 2.50




Bagworthy Water. 1972 (Endicott). Single. Tube medium long. Sepals curling right up round. Salmon/orange. Corolla claret rose fading to neyron rose. Arching habit. This fuchsia is also good to look at from above.
H.2. 2.50




Balkon. (Neubronner). Single. Tube and Sepals pink. Corolla deep pink. Small medium flowers. Very free flowering and well suited to basket or window boxes. Grows cascade. Also makes good pot plant when supported.
H.2. 2.50




Ballet Girl. 1894 (Yeitch). Double. Tube and Sepals rich cerise. Corolla white veined. Flowers medium-large. Good show fuchsia grows strong and upright.
H.2. 2.50




Barbara. 1971 (Wilf Tolley) Single. Tube pale pink and short. Sepals pale pink slightly upturned. Corolla cherry and tangerine pink, semi-flared and shortish. Growth upright, extremely vigorous, outstanding feature is the abundance of blooms it has. This variety makes an excellent standard.
H.2. 2.50




Beacon. 1871 (Bull). Single. Tube and Sepals scarlet. Corolla bright magenta-pink. Waxy, dark green foliage, upright bush, like Display.
H.2. 2.50




Beacon Rosa. 1972 (Burgi-Ott). Single. Tube and Sepals pinkish red, tube rather long. Corolla paler pink slightly veined red. Medium sized flowers, early and free flowering. Foliage similar to Beacon, upright and bushy.
H.2 2.50




Beauty of Prussia. (Hardy) 1966 (Holmes). Double. Tube and Sepals scarlet. Corolla scarlet lake, veined scarlet. Medium sized blooms, dark shiny foliage. 2-3ft (75-100 cm).
H.3. 2.50




Bella Rosella. Double. Tube/sepal short cream blush pink. Corolla extremely full marbled strawberry pink.  Large blooms. Lax bush – suitable for basket.
H2 2.75




Ben Jammin. 1993 (Carless) Single. Tube pale pink. Sepals pink flushed pale aubergine. Corolla Dark aubergine - purple. Excellent bushy compact plant suitable for show work. Free flowering.
H.2. 2.75




Bicentennial. 1976 (Paskesen). Double. Tube white. Sepals indian orange inside, salmon orange outside. Corolla orange and magenta. Excellent flower, lax growth, self-branching. Good for baskets or standards.
H.2. 2.75




Billy Green. 1966 (Unknown). Single. A triphylla type fuchsia. Tube very long, pinkish-salmon self throughout. Foliage olive green, growth vigorous, upright and bushy. Great for show work, tubs and garden.
H.2. 2.75




Blacky. 2004 (Roes) Double. Tube and Sepals dark reddish purple. Corolla opens to reveal a beautiful ruffled darkest purple/black petticoat. The deepest colour of this variety is in the early season. Foliage very dark green. Vigorous upright tidy free branching growth.
H.2. 2.75

Out Of Stock until 2022




Blands New Stripe. Single. Tube and sepals bright red. Corolla purple striped red. Vigorous upright bush
H.2. 2.75




Blue Danube. 2018. (Gerald Blackwell) Double. Tube and Sepals Pink. Corolla blue veined pink. Lax bush Highly recommended extremely vigorous. Very versatile  can be trained into any shape.
H.2.  5.00




Blue Gown. (Hardy) (Milne). Double. Tube and Sepals waxy carmine. Corolla blue to purple. Flowers very large. Free early flowering for double type. Has been grown well outside. 2-3ft (60-90cm).
H.3. 2.50




Blue Mirage.   1984 (Bellamy). Double. Tube and Sepals white, with pink flush. Corolla pink through to blue. Vigorous arching growth, self branching. Suitable for hanging pots and baskets.
H.2.  2.75




Blue Veil. 1980 (Pacey ) Double. Tube and Broad Sepals pure white. Corolla lavender blue. Lax growth suitable for bush or hanging basket. Extremely free flowering. Very pleasing colour combination. Excellent grower.
H. 2. 2.75




F.Boliviana. Single. Tube blood-red, extremely long, funnel shaped. Corolla blood-red shortish. Extremely large, medium to dark-green hairy foliage with reddish veins. Flowers borne in clusters. Very vigorous upright grower.
H.2. 5.00




F.Boliviana var. Luxuriana "Alba". Tube white. Corolla blood red. This magnificent plant has extra long flowers, the white tube contrasting starkly with the short red corolla.
H.1. 5.00




Bon Accorde. (Crousse). Single. Tube and Sepals waxy white. Corolla pale purple on white. Flowers small. Reasonably free flowering. Flowers held upright as opposed to the normal pendant fuchsia form. Collectors type.
H.2. 2.75




Border Queen. 1974 (Ryle). Single. Tube pale pink, sepals pink tipped with green. Corolla lavender pink at base, veined deep pink. Growth upright and free flowering. Makes good pot plant, well suited to summer bedding.
H2 2.50




Bornemann's Best. (Bonstedt) Single. Short orange red triphylla type flowers. Sepals green tipped. Flowers freely produced borne in terminal clusters, green/bronze attractive foliage. Strong growing plant.
H.2. 2.75




Bow Bells. 1972 (Handley). Single to semi-double. Tube white and short, Sepals white and long, tipped green. Corolla magenta, white at base. Flowers large with long overlapping petals. Free flowering and early, self-branching bush. H.2. 2.75




Brandts 500 Club. 1955 (Brand). Single. Tube and Sepals pale cerise. Corolla cerise orange shading. Flowers large for single. Grows sturdy trailer bush.
H.2. 2.50




Brenda White. 1986 (R. Pacey) Single. Tube and Sepals carmine. Corolla bright white veined carmine. Smallish flowers of good shape. Very free flowering. Upright, compact and bushy. Highly recommended for show bench work.
H.2. 2.75




Brilliant. (Hardy) 1865 (Bull). Single. Tube and Sepals scarlet. Corolla violet magenta. Flowers extremely free, grows upright. 2-3ft (75-90 cm).
H.3. 2.50




Brutus. (Hardy) 1897 (Lemoine). Single. Tube and Sepals cerise. Corolla purple shading to carmine at base. Flowers medium, extremely free flowering. Grows upright. Can produce good standard. 2-2ft (60-75cm).
H.3. 2.50




 H.1. requires greenhouse heated to minimum of 40F (4.5C).
 H.2. requires a cool greenhouse - half hardy.
 H.3. denotes the plant is hardy. The heights printed on the H3 varieties in this catalogue are an approximate guide to help your selection and planting layout and is the approximate height expected in the second growing season after a normal winter.

Although the above classifications are our recommendations, many of our customers are growing fuchsias that we classify as H.2 out of doors with good results and obviously with bigger blooms produced on H.2's than on
H.3's. It may be worth a try, the first winter being where greatest care is required (a good covering of peat is always beneficial).

The RHS and the British Fuchsia Society list many fuchsias that we classify as H2 medium hardy, as H3 hardy and with the climate changes (Global warming) this has probably become a fact


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If collected from the nursery they will be in 3-inch pots.
Larger plants are usually available.


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