Clone East, Monamolin, Gorey, Ireland, Y25 H721
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Fuchsia ‘Galadriel’


A small bush self-branching variety with upright compact habit and dark green foliage.  Tolerates and blooms well in a sunny spot.  The single, outward facing flowers have an ivory/white tube and light red sepals tapering to ivory white at the base.  Corolla is deep red with ivory base, maturing to claret red.  Hardy.

Height & spread:   55cm x 50cm

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Family: Onagraceae
Type: Bush
Habit: Upright and compact
Hardiness Zone: Hardy (Min -15°C to -10°C)
Tube: Ivory/white, medium and thick
Sepal: Light cardinal red above, cardinal red below
  Ivory White at tube end
Corolla: Blood red maturing to claret with ivory at base
Origins/Parentage: Fuchsia ‘Mephisto’ x F. ‘Countess of Aberdeen’
Hybridiser/Discoverer:  De Graaff (Holland)
Introduced: 1985


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