Pacific Northwest of North America > Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest > When to move hardy fuchsias Discussion in ' Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest ' started by TomG , Sep 21, 2020 . Isle of Purbeck-H- S U, Pink/Pink-Red, 1', Jack Shahan -VH- S Lax, Pink, 1.5' Susan Green-H- S U, Light Pink/Rose, 2' themselves as they grow. I think it is considered the most reliable perennial fuchsia. Baby Ballerina -VH- S Lax, Ivory/Purple. Silver Pink-H- S U, Pink/Silver Pink, 2' Machu Picchu-H- S Lax, Rose/Red, 2' Minutiflora (E)-H- S T, Pink, 2' { Size: 2 to 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide Big Mama- H-  D U, Red/Purple, 2' (Blossom= ‘Double Otto’) Phyllis -VH- SD U, Red, 3' Jenny Sorensen -VH- S-SD U, Pink/Violet, 2' good hardies (H) may begin blooming before the end of July. Curtsy- VH- S The Tarns-H- S U, Light Pink/Violet, 2' Cliff's Hardy -VH- S U, Red/Violet, 3' Ole-H- SD U, Orange/Red, 3' if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav11n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/officers.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav11h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/officers.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Deep Purple-H- D U, White/Purple, 1.5'   "Sharpitor" (Foliage) – See F.m. Daniel Lambert -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' She is the author of two books on the history of the fuchsia in America and two booklets, one on the species and one on the hardy fuchsias. TO Rufus-VH- S U, Red/Red, 2' Tennessee Waltz -VH- D U, Rose/Lavender, 2' James Lye-H- D U, Red/Pink, 3', Janice Ann- H- S U, Red, Purple, 1.5' // --> . During mild winters, hardy fuchsias loose their leaves with minimal stem dieback. Pink Enchantment-H- D T, Red/Pink, 2' don't bloom until  August or September. A good watering once a week keeps a lot of plants happy El Cid -VH- S U, Red/Dark, Red 3' Santa Claus -VH- S U, Red/White, 1.5' This is a rose garden and the first rose is 'Debut.' Goldsworth Beauty -VH- S U, Red/Red-purple, 2' i still have a list from 1995- hybrid fuchsias from Sundquist Nursery, that would come back most years in Seattle, it is a page long. "Pink Lena"- See ‘Marie Eileen’ Garden News -H- D U, Pink/Magenta-rose, 2' you live in a micro-climate that frosts rarely, try any fuchsia;  Conspicua -VH- S/D U, Red/White, 3' Black Diamond -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Karin de Groot-H- S Lax, Red/Purple, 3' H- S U, 1.5’, DebRon’s Black Cherry- H- Like Christmas ornaments, the red-reflexed sepals open to reveal pure-white corollas streaked with red veining, while rose-pink stamens dangle below. Click through for some helpful tips about seeing your fuchsias through the winter: Fuchsias 101 – Winter Care for Fuchsias , by Jackie Laverne , PowellsWood Gardener & Consultant and Owner of Magellanica Gardens Nursery Seattle P-I Home and Garden. Zipporah’s Fuchsia- VH- S U, Red/Purple, 4’ Leonora-H- S U, Pink, 1.5' Pee Wee Rose -VH- SD U, Red/Rose, 2', Peppermint Stick- H- D U, Red/Purple & Rose, 2.5' Royal Velvet-H- D U, Red/Purple, 2.5' Frau Ida Noack-H- S U, Dark Pink, 1.5' Foolke-H- S U, Red/Purple, 1' "June Bride"- See ‘Display’ Constance -H- D U, Lt. pink/mauve, 1.5' Hummingbirds love them, they are low maintenance-most self-deadheading.. ABBREVIATIONS: VH- Very Hardy; start blooming May/June. Time-released granules that activate in our cool soil are easiest. Whiteknight's Blush -VH- S U, Light.Pink, 3' Pride of Eugene-H- D U, Pink, 2' Patty Lou-H- D Lax, Dark Rose/Purple, 2' Gypsy Queen-H- D U, Red/Violet, 2' Glendale-H- S U, Coral/Pink, 2' Aztec -VH (Foliage)- D U, Red/Purple, 1.5' (See 'The Aztec'), Baby- H- S U, Scarlet/Purple, 1' Baby Dark Eyes- H- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Sleepy-H- S U, Pale Pink/Lavender Blue, 1' Western hybrids have been in existence since thefirst species were introduced to Europe in the late 1700's. ( Use bark, leaves, natural insulators.). Shawna Ree (E)-H- S U, Red, 1' Suikerbossie -VH- S U, Pink/Purple, 2' Joan Cooper -VH- S U, Rose/Red, 2.5' Enfant Prodigue -VH- SD U, Red/Purple, 3' Paloma- H- Billy- VH- S U, Pink/Lavender, 2’ Longipedunculata-VH- S U, Red/Purple, 6' Ortenburger Festival -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Alice Hoffman- H- S U, Rose/White, 1.5' before you plant them permanently. Island Sunset -H- (Foliage)- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Leo Goetelen-H- S Lax, Rose/Red, 2' (They can Falklands -H- SD U, White/Purple-rose, 2' Tessie -VH- S Lax, Pink/Lt Rose, 3' feed Whiteknight's Amethyst -VH- S, U, Aubergine/Aub, 6' Lycioides-H- S U, Scar/Orchid, 1.5' However, in my garden, this fuchsia grew 8 feet tall and almost as wide after seven years. // --> . During mild winters, hardy fuchsias loose their leaves with minimal stem dieback. Pink Enchantment-H- D T, Red/Pink, 2' don't bloom until  August or September. A good watering once a week keeps a lot of plants happy El Cid -VH- S U, Red/Dark, Red 3' Santa Claus -VH- S U, Red/White, 1.5' This is a rose garden and the first rose is 'Debut.' Goldsworth Beauty -VH- S U, Red/Red-purple, 2' i still have a list from 1995- hybrid fuchsias from Sundquist Nursery, that would come back most years in Seattle, it is a page long. "Pink Lena"- See ‘Marie Eileen’ Garden News -H- D U, Pink/Magenta-rose, 2' you live in a micro-climate that frosts rarely, try any fuchsia;  Conspicua -VH- S/D U, Red/White, 3' Black Diamond -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Karin de Groot-H- S Lax, Red/Purple, 3' H- S U, 1.5’, DebRon’s Black Cherry- H- Like Christmas ornaments, the red-reflexed sepals open to reveal pure-white corollas streaked with red veining, while rose-pink stamens dangle below. Click through for some helpful tips about seeing your fuchsias through the winter: Fuchsias 101 – Winter Care for Fuchsias , by Jackie Laverne , PowellsWood Gardener & Consultant and Owner of Magellanica Gardens Nursery Seattle P-I Home and Garden. Zipporah’s Fuchsia- VH- S U, Red/Purple, 4’ Leonora-H- S U, Pink, 1.5' Pee Wee Rose -VH- SD U, Red/Rose, 2', Peppermint Stick- H- D U, Red/Purple & Rose, 2.5' Royal Velvet-H- D U, Red/Purple, 2.5' Frau Ida Noack-H- S U, Dark Pink, 1.5' Foolke-H- S U, Red/Purple, 1' "June Bride"- See ‘Display’ Constance -H- D U, Lt. pink/mauve, 1.5' Hummingbirds love them, they are low maintenance-most self-deadheading.. ABBREVIATIONS: VH- Very Hardy; start blooming May/June. Time-released granules that activate in our cool soil are easiest. Whiteknight's Blush -VH- S U, Light.Pink, 3' Pride of Eugene-H- D U, Pink, 2' Patty Lou-H- D Lax, Dark Rose/Purple, 2' Gypsy Queen-H- D U, Red/Violet, 2' Glendale-H- S U, Coral/Pink, 2' Aztec -VH (Foliage)- D U, Red/Purple, 1.5' (See 'The Aztec'), Baby- H- S U, Scarlet/Purple, 1' Baby Dark Eyes- H- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Sleepy-H- S U, Pale Pink/Lavender Blue, 1' Western hybrids have been in existence since thefirst species were introduced to Europe in the late 1700's. ( Use bark, leaves, natural insulators.). Shawna Ree (E)-H- S U, Red, 1' Suikerbossie -VH- S U, Pink/Purple, 2' Joan Cooper -VH- S U, Rose/Red, 2.5' Enfant Prodigue -VH- SD U, Red/Purple, 3' Paloma- H- Billy- VH- S U, Pink/Lavender, 2’ Longipedunculata-VH- S U, Red/Purple, 6' Ortenburger Festival -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Alice Hoffman- H- S U, Rose/White, 1.5' before you plant them permanently. Island Sunset -H- (Foliage)- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Leo Goetelen-H- S Lax, Rose/Red, 2' (They can Falklands -H- SD U, White/Purple-rose, 2' Tessie -VH- S Lax, Pink/Lt Rose, 3' feed Whiteknight's Amethyst -VH- S, U, Aubergine/Aub, 6' Lycioides-H- S U, Scar/Orchid, 1.5' However, in my garden, this fuchsia grew 8 feet tall and almost as wide after seven years. // -->
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Baghdad -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 1.5' Blumenfreunden- H- D U Red-purple/ Purple, 2’ Tom West (Foliage)-H- S T, Red/Purple, 1' Pink/Light. Nunthorpe Gem -VH- D U, Red/Purple, 3' Red/Burgundy, 2’ Cunning-H- D U, Rose/Lavender, 2' Many fuchsias come from the cloud-infested, higher elevations in the Southern hemisphere forests. White King-H-  D U, White, 1.5' Brookwood Belle-H- D U, Red, Vivid pink, 2' The new hardy varieties are shown in Christine Bamford-H- S U, Red/Pink, 2' Welsh Dragon-H- D U, Rose/Red, 2' Be brave and try Blooming from early summer until the first frosts, the single, small to medium flowers feature narrow, elegantly up-curved cerise sepals, a slender cerise tube and reddish-purple petals. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav2n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/fuchsia_features.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav2h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/fuchsia_features.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Eusebia-H- D U, White/Red, 1.5' Rock at (Above left. Dig the hole twice as wide as the root ball, and then mix in a handful of complete organic fertilizer. Red/Purple, 2' Mailing address: Northwest Fuchsia Society. Globosa -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 4' Cardinal -H- S U, Red/Red, 4' Aub., Ambassador- H- S U, Rose/Violet, 2.5' Below are a few select fuchsias. They are all dedicated to the fuchsia and feature significant collections. Welcome to The Northwest Fuchsia Society Website! Dollar Princess -H- D U, Red/Purple, 2' Nancy-H- S U, Carmine/Pink, 1.5' Valerie Easton also writes about Plant Life in Sunday’s Pacific Northwest Magazine. Home Forums > Pacific Northwest of North America > Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest > When to move hardy fuchsias Discussion in ' Outdoor Gardening in the Pacific Northwest ' started by TomG , Sep 21, 2020 . Isle of Purbeck-H- S U, Pink/Pink-Red, 1', Jack Shahan -VH- S Lax, Pink, 1.5' Susan Green-H- S U, Light Pink/Rose, 2' themselves as they grow. I think it is considered the most reliable perennial fuchsia. Baby Ballerina -VH- S Lax, Ivory/Purple. Silver Pink-H- S U, Pink/Silver Pink, 2' Machu Picchu-H- S Lax, Rose/Red, 2' Minutiflora (E)-H- S T, Pink, 2' { Size: 2 to 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide Big Mama- H-  D U, Red/Purple, 2' (Blossom= ‘Double Otto’) Phyllis -VH- SD U, Red, 3' Jenny Sorensen -VH- S-SD U, Pink/Violet, 2' good hardies (H) may begin blooming before the end of July. Curtsy- VH- S The Tarns-H- S U, Light Pink/Violet, 2' Cliff's Hardy -VH- S U, Red/Violet, 3' Ole-H- SD U, Orange/Red, 3' if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav11n=MSFPpreload("../_derived/officers.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav11h=MSFPpreload("../_derived/officers.htm_cmp_copy-of-in-motion-1-110_hbtn_a.gif"); } Deep Purple-H- D U, White/Purple, 1.5'   "Sharpitor" (Foliage) – See F.m. Daniel Lambert -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' She is the author of two books on the history of the fuchsia in America and two booklets, one on the species and one on the hardy fuchsias. TO Rufus-VH- S U, Red/Red, 2' Tennessee Waltz -VH- D U, Rose/Lavender, 2' James Lye-H- D U, Red/Pink, 3', Janice Ann- H- S U, Red, Purple, 1.5' // --> . During mild winters, hardy fuchsias loose their leaves with minimal stem dieback. Pink Enchantment-H- D T, Red/Pink, 2' don't bloom until  August or September. A good watering once a week keeps a lot of plants happy El Cid -VH- S U, Red/Dark, Red 3' Santa Claus -VH- S U, Red/White, 1.5' This is a rose garden and the first rose is 'Debut.' Goldsworth Beauty -VH- S U, Red/Red-purple, 2' i still have a list from 1995- hybrid fuchsias from Sundquist Nursery, that would come back most years in Seattle, it is a page long. "Pink Lena"- See ‘Marie Eileen’ Garden News -H- D U, Pink/Magenta-rose, 2' you live in a micro-climate that frosts rarely, try any fuchsia;  Conspicua -VH- S/D U, Red/White, 3' Black Diamond -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Karin de Groot-H- S Lax, Red/Purple, 3' H- S U, 1.5’, DebRon’s Black Cherry- H- Like Christmas ornaments, the red-reflexed sepals open to reveal pure-white corollas streaked with red veining, while rose-pink stamens dangle below. Click through for some helpful tips about seeing your fuchsias through the winter: Fuchsias 101 – Winter Care for Fuchsias , by Jackie Laverne , PowellsWood Gardener & Consultant and Owner of Magellanica Gardens Nursery Seattle P-I Home and Garden. Zipporah’s Fuchsia- VH- S U, Red/Purple, 4’ Leonora-H- S U, Pink, 1.5' Pee Wee Rose -VH- SD U, Red/Rose, 2', Peppermint Stick- H- D U, Red/Purple & Rose, 2.5' Royal Velvet-H- D U, Red/Purple, 2.5' Frau Ida Noack-H- S U, Dark Pink, 1.5' Foolke-H- S U, Red/Purple, 1' "June Bride"- See ‘Display’ Constance -H- D U, Lt. pink/mauve, 1.5' Hummingbirds love them, they are low maintenance-most self-deadheading.. ABBREVIATIONS: VH- Very Hardy; start blooming May/June. Time-released granules that activate in our cool soil are easiest. Whiteknight's Blush -VH- S U, Light.Pink, 3' Pride of Eugene-H- D U, Pink, 2' Patty Lou-H- D Lax, Dark Rose/Purple, 2' Gypsy Queen-H- D U, Red/Violet, 2' Glendale-H- S U, Coral/Pink, 2' Aztec -VH (Foliage)- D U, Red/Purple, 1.5' (See 'The Aztec'), Baby- H- S U, Scarlet/Purple, 1' Baby Dark Eyes- H- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Sleepy-H- S U, Pale Pink/Lavender Blue, 1' Western hybrids have been in existence since thefirst species were introduced to Europe in the late 1700's. ( Use bark, leaves, natural insulators.). Shawna Ree (E)-H- S U, Red, 1' Suikerbossie -VH- S U, Pink/Purple, 2' Joan Cooper -VH- S U, Rose/Red, 2.5' Enfant Prodigue -VH- SD U, Red/Purple, 3' Paloma- H- Billy- VH- S U, Pink/Lavender, 2’ Longipedunculata-VH- S U, Red/Purple, 6' Ortenburger Festival -VH- S U, Red/Purple, 3' Alice Hoffman- H- S U, Rose/White, 1.5' before you plant them permanently. Island Sunset -H- (Foliage)- S U, Red/Purple, 2' Leo Goetelen-H- S Lax, Rose/Red, 2' (They can Falklands -H- SD U, White/Purple-rose, 2' Tessie -VH- S Lax, Pink/Lt Rose, 3' feed Whiteknight's Amethyst -VH- S, U, Aubergine/Aub, 6' Lycioides-H- S U, Scar/Orchid, 1.5' However, in my garden, this fuchsia grew 8 feet tall and almost as wide after seven years. // -->

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