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Fuchsia magellanica x versicolor

Fuchsia magellanica x versicolor (Fuchsia magellanica x 'versicolor')

This isn't strictly conforming to the 'versicolor' description, as it lacks the white markings of a true versicolor, and most of the foliage retains its red colouring throughout the growing season. Makes a lovely dense bush in time, with regular pruning.

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I lost mine last winter - boo hoo. It had lovely markings on the voliage.

22 Jul, 2009


I have just come back from Cornwall ( St Ives) and have been admiring the F. magellanicas growing as hedges and wild along the coastal paths.

26 Jul, 2009

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