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More Fuchsias

Posted by deanneart z5Southern NH (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 07 at 19:39

And here are yet a few more photographs of the fuchsias currently blooming here. This Dark Eyes and Southgate have been blooming beautifully all summer without a break.

This white fuchsia has just a hint of pink blush in the blossoms. I unfortunately do not have a name for this as it was an el cheapo at HD a couple years ago.

This unusual variety is called Bicentennial and has a wonderful coral splash on the corollas.


Mrs. Lovell Swisher

Hope you enjoyed the show and I wish you could all come and see them in person!


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RE: More Fuchsias

Enjoyed it thoroughly Deanne!!!!

I'll be right over!

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Beautiful Deanne, all of them. I love that Dark Eyes. Just curious, how many varieties do you think you have?


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Grand Coulee and Hoover Dam! What gorgeous photos and flowers!

How I wished I had your talent with fuschias and with the camera! Beautiful!

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...I had 'Swingtime'...once...I killed it~lol.

Thanks for posting your fuchsia pics,Deanne~I enjoyed the first postings(on the other thread) too : )

Your pics are so cool~I find myself really being drawn into the pics with those backdrops being almost as interesting as the main focus of the pic! very neat.


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Exquisite photos as always Deanne ! I had a white that looks a bit like yours that passed away due to the mite, it was called 'Feather Duster'. There is another white called 'Sleigh Bells' that I think is more elongated.I have always loved the little rounded buds on Dark Lady. Mine looks pathetic this year.
Thanks for sharing these !

Kathy in Napa

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Ooooohhh, Deanne...thanks for sharing! Such pretty flowers and excellent photography. Just lovely!

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Gorgeous, just gorgeous. You are the master of manipulating depth of field and capturing their beauty. How many varieties do you have?


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They are all lovely but I especially like the last one its so elegant looking.


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Deanne, my fuchsias are packing their bags and coming to live with you for the


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Gorgeous photos of gorgeous plants. I always had enormous healthy hanging fuschias on the porch when I live in NH (I'm sure I only imagine they were as beautiful as Deanne's.)Although I knew they didn't like humidity, I had to try them my first summer here. Total disaster except for gartenmeister which is more tolerant. I really miss those beautiful plants, and completely enjoyed your wonderful collection.

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