Fuchsia 'Dancing Flame', a double-flowered hybrid introduced in 1981 by Stubbs of the United States. It is a rather lax upright bush that can be trained as a trailer or weeping standard. The mid- to late-season flowers are large and fully double but the early bloom may be smaller and only semi-double.
Stock photo of Fuchsia excorticata. Kotukutuku (Fuchsia excorticata), a large shrub- to tree-sized fuchsia found naturally throughout New Zealand. The flowers often sprout directly from relatively old branches.
Stock photo of Fuchsia Lord Byron. Fuchsia 'Lord Byron', a bushy cultivar introduced by the famous French hybridiser Lemoine (probably best known for his lilacs) in the at Country, Farm & Garden.
Fuchsia 'Thalia', a Fuchsia triphylla hybrid raised by Bonstedt of Germany in Probably the most popular of the tender triphylla hybrid.
Stock photo of Fuchsia Cheers. Fuchsia 'Cheers', a double-flowered hybrid introduced in 1979 by Stubbs of the United States. It is a rather lax upright bush that can be trained as a trailer. The flowers are large.
Fuchsia 'Mary', a Fuchsia triphylla hybrid raised by Bonstedt of Germany and introduced in It is an upright bush that grows to around tall and wide. In a mild frost-free climate it will bloom year-round.
Fuchsia magellanica var. molinae, a white and lavender pink-flowered form of a normally red and purple-flowered, large, upright shrub with small pendulous blooms. Evergreen in mild climates, the species is native to southern Argentina and Chile but has become widely naturalised. Its dense growth habit makes it suitable for hedging.
Stock photo of Fuchsia Taddle. Fuchsia 'Taddle', a vigorous upright shrub with an abundance of stock, short-tubed flowers. It was introduced by the British hybridist Gubler in at Country, Farm & Garden.
Stock photo of Fuchsia Achievement. Fuchsia 'Achievement', a bushy, self-branching upright shrub that has an abundance of fairly large single flowers. It was introduced by Melville of Britain in at Country, Farm & Garden.
Fuchsia 'Genii', originally named 'Jeane', this is a dense bush with bright yellow green foliage and masses of small single flowers. It has an upright bushy habit. Introduced in 1951 by Reiter of the United States.