Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Fuchsia magellanica arauco and Lady Bacon

Fuchsia magellanica Lady Bacon, left, and arauco
Fuchsia magellanica arauco right, and Lady Bacon. The latter is very similar but paler in foliage and slightly larger in all its parts

Fuchsia magellanica arauco
Fuchsia magellanica arauco
A very choice naturally occurring form of the popular hardy species with finely crafted flowers on a delicate small leaved shrub. The flowers are typical slender violet and red magellanica, but the sepals are white giving a very classy effect – not even slightly garish.
Fuchsia magellanica arauco
Like most magellanicas this is hardy and adaptable but seems less heat and drought tolerant than most Fuchsias.
£10



Fuchsia magellanica Lady Bacon
Fuchsia magellanica Lady Bacon
Very like arauco but with slightly larger flowers and paler growth
£10



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