Triphylla, Triphylla Type and Tubular Fuchsias
Cultivars of Fuchsia triphylla usually have longer flower tubes than more commonly cultivated types of fuchsia. They also bear leaves in sets of three, rather than two (Triphylla means three leaved). The species is native to sub-tropical regions, so are best grown in pots, which can be brought into a conservatory or greenhouse in autumn. They tolerate more sun than other fuchsias, and produce an abundance of flowers in summer.
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A long, tubular-flowered Fuchsia having some passing similarities to the stunning F. boliviana in its flower shape drooping habit. This species is sometimes used in breeding and there are some named varieties with variants in flower color.
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I have a Fuchsia ‘Gartenmeister Bonstedt’ in a large pot that has just done wonderfully over spring, summer, and now into fall. I live in Vancouver Washington and my concerns are how to winter over this beauty. As of now it is still outside, and still producing blooms. However i know November will be bringing some cold weather. I got this fushia early this last April and I need some sound advice. Your help will be appreciated! Thanks
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Fuchsia triphylla is one of over 110 species that comprise the genus Fuchsia. Due to its attractiveness and its extensive blooming period which spans from early spring to late autumn, the plant has found a major role as a popular species to breed. This has a resulted in an extensive breed of cultivars allowing it to grow in various settings around the world. The visually appealing flowers of the Fuchsia triphylla have contributed to some of the most elegant Fuchsia hybrids produced today.
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Ausgepflanzte Fuchsien vertragen entgegen der weit verbreiteten Meinung auch einen sonnigen Standort. Die Pflanzen entwickeln dann einen gedrungenen Wuchs und blühen reicher als an einem schattigen Platz. Voraussetzung ist aber, dass Sie den Wurzelbereich schattieren, ihn kühl und ausreichend feucht halten.
Caring for a Fuchsia Gartenmeister Bonstedt
This fuchsia variety prefers light shade in the afternoon and does well in foggy conditions. In hot windy dry areas, plant the honeysuckle fuchsia in a protected location. Pick a site with soil that drains well. Fuchsia needs to be planted deeply. Place the crown about 4 to 6 inches below ground level, or half the height of smaller plants. Amend the soil removed from the hole with 1/4 cup of slow-release 16-16-16 fertilizer and 1 cup well-rotted compost.
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Because Fuchsia triphylla is popular worldwide, it has also developed several common names. Some of these names include Honeysuckle Fuchsia, Firecracker Fuchsia and Fuchsia Thalia.
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Some say the flowers look like colorful little bells. Others see bejeweled ballerinas, dancing on tiptoe. And one common name for fuchsias in Victorian times was lady’s eardrops, after their resemblance to dangling earrings. Whichever fanciful comparison you prefer, Fuchsia plants and their blossoms have been avidly admired and sought after for more than 300 years.