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Fuchsia procumbens 'Kirkii'


By Twin

Fuchsia procumbens 'Kirkii' (Fuchsia procumbens 'Kirkii')

This Fuchsia has creeping, long stalks with rounded leafs and small flowers pointing upwards. The flowers have yellow tubes and green sepals and no corolla. Distinct blue stamens. Suitable for semi-shadow. Decorative, round and red berries.

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Wow, now that is different. Like a tropical fish! Wonderful!

18 Apr, 2010


Never seen anything like it!

18 Apr, 2010


Like that a lot!
Being a bit of a sucker myself for anything that's a little different, Sue got me a fuchsia Perscandens ( )for my birthday.
Will have to see if I can find one like yours too. Thanks for sharing that beauty with us.

19 Apr, 2010


Yes, this is a bit odd, but I like it a lot. Sadly it didn't survive the winter :-) But I have ordered a new one, hopefully I will manage to keep it through the next winter :-)

11 May, 2010

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