I live in zone 5---SE michigan and was wondering if anyone knew where to find gartenmeister fuschia plants---nurseries-stores--etc---thanks--ED
Gartenmeister fuchsias should be available from specialist growers/nurseries/garden centers. Gartenmeister fuchsias are Triphylla fuchsias and very frost tender.
I recently saw "Gartenmeister" carried in Home Depot, but I'm in Texas, so........
I bought one at a local nursery. I just love the color of it! This is a pic of it in a combo pot that I threw together. It also contains lamium "Beacon Silver" and heuchera "Amber Waves".
Ive seen lots of it in the outdoor nursery in Target stores here in SF.
please can some one help i am looking to find a fuschia called ELLA for my grandaugher i have found one for her twin Holly but am not haveing any luck with Ella
Hi chicken lady - I have that fuschia - it is the ''african Queen''. I traded for mine last fall. It, just finished blooming. Maybe ,I can root a piece for you.
I will try and let you know. Thanks - tina_2
here's the link with a picture.
Here is a link that might be useful: the african queen
Regarding "Gartenmeister", the correct name is 'Gartenmeister Bonstedt' and it is orange red with a definite bulge in the tube. It is often confused with 'Thalia' which is lighter and less of a bulge. The photo of that beautiful mixed planting looks like 'Traudchen Bonstedt', a lighter orange.
Earthworks is great; Monnier is sadly out of business, but try Fry Rd. Nursery.