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Fuschia Display? possibly Annabel or Cloverdale Pearl.


Fuschia Display? possibly Annabel or Cloverdale Pearl.   (Fuschia Display)



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No this isn't Display - that should be two shades of pink, and it opens up like an
up-turned saucer. I've got it in the garden, but I haven't got a photo to show you. I'll see if I can take one if there are any flowers on it now.

I don't know what this one is. So many are very similar, but it does remind me of Cloverdale Pearl - which is a hardy variety.
It also reminds me of Anabel, which isn't. It's often difficult to identify a fuchsia ...

2 Nov, 2011

 

I had seen that it should be 2 shades of pink when I went looking for information and as I don't know the genus very well it is almost impossible to know what they could be. From a description I found, once you had supplied possible names, I think it might be Annabel. It also looks a lot like Cloverdale Pearl. Photos can be quite misleading. It is definitely not Display. If we are anywhere near the shop I will go in and see if they have any labels lying about to give me more of a clue. Thank you for getting me closer to an ID.

2 Nov, 2011

 

I've got photos of Anabel on my next blog. I'll put it on tonight after I've checked it's as I want it to be. I haven't got pictures of Cloverdale Pearl. but it's a smaller flower and sort of semi-double, unlike Anabel.
Anabel is not hardy, but Cloverdale Pearl could be kept outside in some shelter.

2 Nov, 2011

 

Thank you I will have a look at it.

2 Nov, 2011



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