o Species List

F.alpestris F.ampliata F.andrei. F.apetala F.arborescens. F.ayavacensis. F.boliviana. F.boliviana var. alba. F.brevilobis. F.campii. F.campos-portoi. F.cinerea. F.coccinea. F.crassistipula. F.cyrtrandroides. F.decussata. F.denticulata. F.dependens. F.excorticata. F.fulgens. F.fulgens var. gesneriana. F.fulgens var goselli. F.fulgens var. michoacans. F.fulgens var. minuata. F.fulgens var rubra grandiflora. F.furfuracea. F.gehrigeri. F.glazioviana. F.hartwegii. F.hatschbachii F.inflata. F.insignis. F.jimenezil F.juntasensis. F.lehmannii. F.loxensis. F.lycioides. F.macrophylla. F.macrostigma. F.magdalanae. F.magellanica. F.magellanica var. aurea. F.magellanica var. aurea variegata. F.magellanica var comber. F.magellanica var. conica. F.magellanica var discolor. F.magellanica var. globosa. F.magellanica var. gracilis. F.magellanica var. longipedunculata. F.magellanica var macrostema. F.magellanica var molinae (alba). F.magellanica var. myrtifolia. F.magellanica var. pumilla. F.magellanica var. thompsonii. F.magellanica var tricolor. F.magellanica var versicolor. F.mathewsii. F.nigricans. F.pallescens. F.paniculata. F.paniculata ssp mixensis. F.perscandens. F.petiolaris. F.pilaloensis. F.pringsheimii. F.procumbens. F.procumbens var argenteus. F.procumbens var variegata. F.putumayensis. F.regia. F.regia ssp regia. F.regia ssp reitzii. F.regia ssp serrae. F.sanctae-rosae. F.scabriuscula. F.sessilifolia. F.simplicicaulis. F.splendens. F.splendens cordifolia. F.steyermarkii. F.tilletiana. F.triphylla. F.vargasiana. F.venusta. F.verrucosa. F.vulcanica. F.wurdackii

Species are native to Mexico, Central America, South America, the Dominican Republic and New Zealand.

These fuchsias are a bit more difficult to grow than cultivars, but with a bit of care and attention produce wonderful plants and flowers. In the wild are usually found in cloud forests, some being epiphytic. They will grow well in a free draining soil and appreciate daily misting.

Will grow successfully in the garden in the summer months, prefer a semi shady spot. They can be overwintered in a greenhouse at 45f/8c, keeping them on the dry side until the Spring. Cuttings will root easily and plants grown from seed will 'come-true' as parent plant is a species.


Species Fuchsia boliviana var.alba

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