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A picture of a Rock Tree-Fuchsia

Rock Tree-Fuchsia

Halleria elliptica

Also known as

Bush Honeysuckle, Wild Fuschia, Kinderbessie, Bergnotsung, Klipnotsung

Full Sun
Easy care
Tender

10a-11b

USDA zone

-1°C

Minimum temperature

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of Rock Tree-Fuchsia

Leaves elliptical, in opposite pairs, toothed in the upper two-thirds of the leaf margin (Tony Rebelo, iSpot)
Pendulous, tubular, orange flowers, 10–17 mm long (Tony Rebelo, iSpot)
Halleria elliptica, Assegaaibos (Tony Rebelo, iSpot)
Halleria elliptica (Tony Rebelo, iSpot)

Rock Tree-Fuchsia Overview

Pretty, orange, fuchsia-like flowers, burgeoning with nectar and irresistible to insects and birds, on a neat, shade-loving, versatile shrub or small tree, all combine to make this plant an essential addition to every South African garden. ZA Distribution: Western Cape.

Special features of Rock Tree-Fuchsia

Attracts birds

Attracts butterflies

Drought resistant

Pot plant

Indoor plant

Wind break

Hedge plant

Attracts bees

Other uses of Rock Tree-Fuchsia

Other uses

Edible

Frost Tolerant | Shrubs

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'Southern Shores' Butterfly Bush

Polygala fruticosa 'Southern Shores'

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