Fuchsia hatschbachii

Not only one of the hardiest of all Fuchsias, but one that has such a great name, that will no doubt inspire many a really poor joke about family cars. A very vigorous bushy deciduous species that can grow to 2m in one season after a hard prune, bearing willow-like foliage. Elegant, slim, but not small 'fuchsia pink' (funnily enough) flowers appear continuously in summer and autumn.

Pot size: 2L
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