Fuchsia fulgens

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Fuchsia fulgens
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Fuchsia fulgens, Moc. & Sess6. St. somewhat succulent, glabrous, often red- tinged : lvs. large and coarse, cordate- ovate, soft, small- toothed: fls. in terminal leafy clusters or racemes, the red long-tubular calyx- tube 2-3 in. long and very slender at the base; the calyx- lobes short and pointed, greenish at the tip, not very widely spreading; petals deep scarlet, pointed, shorter than calyx-lobes; stamens only short- exserted. Mex. B.M. 3801. B.R. 24:1. Gn. 55, p. 75. R.H. 1881:150 (Var. pumila).—A brilliant plant, sometimes seen in choice conservatory collections. Evidently one parent of the F. speciosa tribes. F. pendulaeflora, Hort., is supposed to be a hybrid, but the fls. very long like F. fulgens: lvs. ovate, acuminate, with violet midrib: tube of fl. 3-4 in. long, trumpet-shaped; fls. rich crimson shaded maroon. J.H. III. 51:301.


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