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La Campanella. 1965 (Blackwell). Semi-double. Tube pale pink. Sepals white with pink flush. Corolla purple changing to lavender as blooms age. Delightful plant with masses of little flowers. Makes a good basket.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Lady Boothby. (Hardy) 1939 (Raffill) Single. Tube and Sepals crimson. Corolla blackish purple. One of the fastest growing fuchsias we know. Can be trained to 4-5ft in one season.
H.3. £3.00

 

 

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Lady in Black 2012. Tube and Sepals Vivid Red. Corolla Extremely dark blue/black. A “Climbing” fuchsia. Large double blooms. Hardy.
H3 £2.75

 

 

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Lady Isobel Barnet. 1971 (Gadsby). Single. Tube and Sepals rosy red. Corolla pale purple, veined rose. Flowers extremely well and makes an excellent show plant when well grown. Vigorous, blooms over a long period.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Lady Rebecca. 1983 (E. Holmes). Double. Tube and Sepals pink, very short tube, sepals broad and creped underside. Corolla bluish lilac, heavily veined pink at top. Strong upright grower.
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Lambada. 1993 (Gotz - Holland) Semi-double. Tube/sepal pale pink. Corolla imperial purple. Small flowers, compact. Excellent for training as a mini pillar or standard. Thoroughly recommended.
H2 £2.75

 

 

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La Porte. 1979 (Holmes). Double. Tube and Sepals cream, pink underside of sepals. Corolla is smoky burgundy veined with red. Full double, a good strong grower, very showy, will make a good standard.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Laura. 1985 (Dutch). Single. Tube and Sepals light orange. Corolla reddish-orange. Medium sized blooms, freely produced, very dark green foliage heavily serrated, strong upright grower, well suited to standard growing .
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Lena. (Hardy) 1862 (Bunney). Semi-double. Tube and Sepals flesh pink. Corolla rosy-purple. Flowers largish, very free. This fuchsia is good in any form. Grows well outside. With spreading growth. Recommended. 1½-2½ft (45-75cm).
H.3. £2.50

 

 

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Lena Dalton. 1953 (Reimer). Double. Sepals pink. Corolla light blue with rose pink flush. Will produce compact plant well covered in blooms.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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L’Enfante Prodigue. (Hardy) Semi-double. Tube and Sepals cerise. Corolla royal purple. Flowers small, very free, ideally suited for outdoors. 3½-4½ft (1-1.35m).
H.3. £2.50

 

 

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Leonora. 1960 (Tiret). Single. Tube and Sepals pink. Corolla pink, bell shaped. Medium size flower. Very pleasing.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Leverhulme. 1928 (Hartnauer) Single. Triphylla type, longish tube, rosy cerise self. Dark bushy foliage.
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Lilac Lustre. 1961 (Munkner). Double. Tube and Sepals red. Corolla beautiful powder blue. Excellent fuchsia in all ways. Thoroughly recommended.
H.2 £2.50

 

 

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Lillibet. 1954 (Hodges). Double. Tube and Sepals white, flushed carmine. Corolla soft rose, flushed lake. Flowers largish, free. Grows cascade.
H.1. £2.50

 

 

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Lindisfarne. 1974 (Ryle - Atkinson) Semi-double. Tube short and thick, palest pink. Sepals pale pink, green tipped. Corolla rich dark violet/blue deeper at the edges, flushed pink at base. This variety holds its colour and does not fade like many other blues. Free flowering and upright. Recommended.
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Loeky. 1979/85 (H. J. de Græff) Single. Tube bright red. Sepals Bright red with recurving tips. Corolla rose pink opens very wide, bell shaped, most distinctive blooms. Upright bush.
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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London 2000. 2000 (Weston) Single. Tube & sepals white. Corolla cyclamen purple turning to cerise when mature. Vigorous upright and compact growth. Suitable for containers. Excellent for training into small standards and fans. Certainly a show class fuchsia.
H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Lord Byron. (Lemoine). Single. Tube and Sepals scarlet. Corolla very dark purple. Flowers medium size, free. Corolla almost flat when fully opened.
H.1. for best results £2.50

 

 

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Lord Roberts. 1909 (Lemoine). Single. Tube and Sepals palish scarlet. Corolla purple violet. Flowers medium large, freely produced on upright bush.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Lottie Hobby. (Hardy) 1839 (Edwards). Single. Tube dull scarlet. Sepals similar tipped with rose. Corolla scarlet. Very small flowers, freely produced, small glossy foliage, upright. Looks like species but is a breviflorae hybrid. Hardy in most places. 3-4ft (90cm-1.2m).
H.3. £2.75

 

 

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Loveliness. 1869 (Lye). Single. Tube and Sepals waxy white. Corolla rosy-cerise. Flowers medium, very free. Grows upright bushy.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Loves Reward. 1986 (Bambrick) Single. Tube and Sepals white. Corolla pale violet blue. Very floriferous, flowers held well out on top of foliage. Makes excellent compact, short jointed plant. Suitable for Show work. H.2. £2.75

 

 

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Lye's Unique. 1886 (Lye). Single. Tube and Sepals waxy-white. Corolla salmon-orange. Medium sized blooms, very free growth, upright bush. Very strong.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

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Lynette. 1981 (Holmes). Double. Tube and Sepals rich red. Corolla white, blotched red. Flowers extremely well, showy plant, Medium height.
H.2. £2.50

 

 

PLEASE NOTE FOR WINTER MONTHS:

 H.1. requires greenhouse heated to minimum of 40°F (4.5°C).
 H.2. requires a cool greenhouse - half hardy.
 H.3. denotes the plant is hardy. The heights printed on the H3 varieties in this catalogue are an approximate guide to help your selection and planting layout and is the approximate height expected in the second growing season after a normal winter.

Although the above classifications are our recommendations, many of our customers are growing fuchsias that we classify as H.2 out of doors with good results and obviously with bigger blooms produced on H.2's than on
H.3's. It may be worth a try, the first winter being where greatest care is required (a good covering of peat is always beneficial).

The RHS and the British Fuchsia Society list many fuchsias that we classify as H2 medium hardy, as H3 hardy and with the climate changes (Global warming) this has probably become a fact
 

 

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