Fuchsia

Fuchsia spp.

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The genus Fuchsia contains around 113 evergreen or deciduous shrubs and trees and is most often grown for its distinctive, ornate, pendant, bell to tubular-shaped flowers. Originally from regions of Central and South America and New Zealand. This genus has been extensively developed, with thousands of hybrids and cultivars produced, featuring a wide range of varying flower structures including single, semi-double and double flowers. Blooms are often pink, purple, red or white and tend to feature bicolouration, but some hybrids or cultivars may be one colour.
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