MY FUCHSIAS IN NOVEMBER.
"La Campanella" is a small very prolific flowerer and a vigorous bush or standard.
Above one of my favourite hanging basket varieties "Harry Gray" this fuchsias is a perfect hanging basket variety, being a very very prolific small flowered type, plant three or four of these in a hanging basket and stand back and wonder when in flower.Beautiful.
This variety above is "Royal velvet"a nice vigorous upright double, ideal for pots, planters ets.
Probably the most popular, and certainly one of the easiest to grow and train to do anything that you want is "Swingtime", above.
Above another lovely upright variety "Dark Eyes"I find this variety is particularly susceptible to sun or shade and so can vary wildly in flower colour according to where you site it.
Above "circus Spangles" a double that is a hanging basket variety, this flower is just about over.
Above a flower of "Tennesse Waltz" a semi double hardy variety.
Its amazing that I still have as many Fuchsias in flower in November, I'm waiting to cut them back and take some of them out of their containers to use for spring bulbs but I feel loathe when they'r as nice as they still are.