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    This rare and delightful diminutive shrub has very many small, coral-red flowers with frilly reflexed petals, which open for almost every month of the year, and tiny delicate leaves, the stems being deep red on the young growth. Bunches of small, shiny, black, spherical berries are later produced. Originating as a natural hybrid from Mexico, it is evergreen in all but the hardest winters, when it is often cut back to the ground but always regenerates in the spring. Very few fertile seeds are ever produced. ... Learn More



    An absolutely stunning, showy species, native to southern Peru, Bolivia and northern Argentina, producing exotic, hanging clusters of four inch flowers in a stunning combination of pure white and fluorescent red. The long trumpet-shaped blooms open progressively down the cluster for several months, followed, quite incredibly, by tasty green fruits! This is an extremely valuable plant that can either be grown in a large pot or be centre-stage in the garden. Freshly picked seeds are very rarely offered for sale. ... Learn More



    We collected this most beautiful and bone-hardy plant, which can flower just four months after sowing, on our Chilean Expedition of 1994. Scarlet and purple 'ballerina' flowers open throughout summer and autumn and into winter in mild places, making a gorgeous hedge. ... Learn More



    CHILTERNS A spectacular plant from the highlands of Central America, this rather unFuchsia-like shrub with glossy-green leaves bears on red stems many beautiful, large panicles of bright pink flowers all through the summer and autumn. It was even reported to have flowered continually for 13 months through a particularly mild winter in Cornwall. It may survive a few degrees of frost but would benefit from some protection over the winter. 8-12 ft. (£3.95) RHS AGM winner F. paniculata is an evergreen shrub with large lance-shaped leaves and panicles of small, rosy-purple flowers 1.5cm in length, n evergreen shrub with large lance shaped leaves and panicles of small rosy-purple flowers, Fuchsia paniculata is one of approximately 100 species in the genus, and comes from the moist forests of Central America. This particular species flowers over a long period and has the added bonus of producing attractive blue fruits with a waxy bloom, like that seen on grapes. Although insipid in taste the berries are edible and in South America they are eaten like brambles! It will form a handsome shrub in the garden, surviving down to -9°C, in a semi-shady spot with some protection from wind, but can be slow to restart, so it is best overwintered indoors, where it should be kept just moist. It can form a large specimen so careful consideration needs to be given when considering whether to grow it indoors. ... Learn More


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