let the soil fill in as they grow. Leonora-H- S U, Pink, 1.5' F. brevilobis-H- S U, Red/Purple, 1' Alberta Logue- H- D Lax, White-pink/Lt. The ample double flowers have a short tube, reflexed carmine red sepals, rose-streaked purple corollas that fade to violet as it ages and rose-pink stamens. Contact Shirley Christmas Elf-H- S U, Red/White, 1' Paloma- H- Susan Green-H- S U, Light Pink/Rose, 2' Hardy ones easily fit into almost any landscape, from woodland gardens to formal ones. All fuchsias are New World plants, first described by a French Jesuit missionary to the West Indies. The VH- Aztec -VH (Foliage)- D U, Red/Purple, 1.5' (See 'The Aztec'), Baby- H- S U, Scarlet/Purple, 1' Description Northwest gardeners looking to attract rufous hummingbirds will find that Hardy Fuchsia is a magnet with their nectar-rich bloom. Some are under the aegis of a larger botanical garden. Growing over a wall, the upright fuchsia’s arching habit cascades its golden skirts over dark rocks with stunning results. President Leo Boullemier -H- S U, White/Lavender, 1.5' Shawna Ree (E)-H- S U, Red, 1' if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav15n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/fuchsia_books.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav15h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/fuchsia_books.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Mrs. Popple -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3.5' Silver Queen-H- SD U, Lavender/Pink, 2.5' Wood Violet-H- SD U, Red/Violet, 3' Benefiting from an annual pruning, this garden star will grow 4 feet tall and wide. Edith Jack -VH- D U, Pink/Lilac, 2' Forget-Me-Not-VH- S U, Pink/Violet, 1.5' In the past she has been the president of the Western Fuchsia Species Society and Fuchsia Fanciers in Lewis County, WA. WALZ Jubelteen-H- S U, Pink/Pink-orange, 2’ D Lax, Deep Pink/Magenta-rose, 2’, Condor- VH- Cascade-H- S T, White/Red, 0 .5’, then trails. Foline-H- S U, Aubergine, 2' Display (aka ‘June Bride’) -VH- S U, Dark Pink, 1.5' don't bloom until  August or September. Her nimble fingers quickly pinched off the faded blossoms. Silver Pink-H- S U, Pink/Silver Pink, 2' First Lady, H - D Lax picote, Pale Try growing hardy fuchsia plants instead! Unlike most magellanicas, with bright red and purple flowers, this species’ corollas are soft lavender, with sepals that are almost white, with a blush of pink. Logan Garden -VH- S U Red/Violet, 3' Genii-VH (Foliage)- S U Red/Purple, 3" species, hybrids, and other cultivars listed below have been tested for at least For the creme de la creme display of fuchsias, visit us in August when the Northwest Fuchsia Society holds the annual Fuchsia show at our Stark location. However, in my garden, this fuchsia grew 8 feet tall and almost as wide after seven years. 2-3’ Mr. Anthony Huggett -VH- S U, Red/Pink, 2' S U, White & pink/bright pink, 2.5’. F. campos-portoi -H- S U Red/Purple, 1' Border Queen-H- S U, Pink/Violet, 1.5' Strawberry Delight-H- D U, Red/White, 2' Isle of Purbeck-H- S U, Pink/Pink-Red, 1', Jack Shahan -VH- S Lax, Pink, 1.5' Other get it here. Beverley -VH- S U, Rose/Pink, 2' About Hardy Fuchsia Plants. Christine Bamford-H- S U, Red/Pink, 2' Acclimatize your plants micro-climates in Zone 7 & 9). Reading Show -VH- D U, Red/Purple, 1.5' Mauve, 2’ if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav5n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/flash.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav5h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/flash.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Fuchsias produce masses of flowers in shades of pink, purple and white, with blooms that can be single, double or semi-doubles. Bud Stubbs- H- D Lax, Red/White, 1' If autumn stays mild, they'll flower into December. 1.5'           White/Purple 2.5' Indian Maid-H- D Lax, Red/Purple, 1.5' F. magellancia (SW's) -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 5-7' Baby Dark Eyes- H- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Gypsy Prince-H- SD U, Red/Rose, 2' S U, White/Dark Lavender, 2’ Flying Cloud-H- D U, White, 1' Hardy fuchsia plants (Fuchsia magellanica) are perennial flowering shrubs that are hardy to USDA zone 6-7. They can reward you with continuous bloom. And no wonder — the name is French for moonlight. Nunthorpe Gem -VH- D U, Red/Purple, 3' Combine with plants that have deep green foliage for a striking contrast. The first to be scientifically described, Fuchsia triphylla, was discovered on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic) about 1696–1697 by the French Minim monk and botanist, Charles Plumier, during his third expedition to the Greater Antilles. 2' Hardy fuchsias are her secret. I sat on her deck mesmerized by the hummingbirds buzzing in to drink the nectar from the flowering baskets above me. S U, Rose-red/Light violet, 1.5’, Conica -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 4' Purple streaked  rose. Dariway-H- S U, Pale Pink, 2' Eric's Hardy -VH- SD Lax, Pink/White, 2' The Aztec-H- S T Red/Lt. In order to insulate your hardy fuchsia plants from the cold, put a generous layer of mulch around the trunk of the plant, extending out about as far as the root ball would reach. Hanna-H-  D U, Red/White, 2', Harbour Lites, H- S U, Dark Red/White,2' Fuchsias are wonderful, herbaceous garden perennials that will bloom all Brilliant -VH (Bull)- S U, Red/Violet, 2.5' Many hardy fuchsias do quite well here, thriving in our mild summers and wet winters. Die Schöne Wilhelmine-H- S U, Pink, 2' Albrae- VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3’ Hazel-H- D Lax, Rose/Violet, 2' Backfill the hole halfway with soil and water it in. Rose/Red-purple, 3', DebRon's Party Girls- H- S U, “Growing Winter Hardy Fuchsias in the Pacific Northwest.” Northwest Fuchsia Society. This isn’t a problem since they sprout again from the roots and by midsummer flower as profusely as before. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav12n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/societies.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav12h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/societies.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Fuchsia Display Gardens of the Pacific Northwest The Pacific Northwest region of the United States hosts a number of local display gardens and test beds for hardy fuchsias. WALZ Bruintje-H- S lax, Red/Purple-red, 1.5' Cloverdale Pearl-H-  S U, Pink/White, 2.5' Trase -VH- SD U, Red/White, 2' ), Wider than its height, “Checkerboard” is an upright, free-flowering fuchsia. you live in a micro-climate that frosts rarely, try any fuchsia;  El Cid -VH- S U, Red/Dark, Red 3' // -->