Which species might it be?
I'm trying to identify a Fuchsia I grew from a cutting I found.
The most unusual (to me) features of the Fuchsia are these two:
the 'skirt' separates and sticks out away from the stamens; and the seed berries have four little 'horns' or bumps about a third of the way down from the berry stalk. The berries stay green for a long time then have patches of dark crimson. They are not juicy.
The plant itself is shrubby and upright to about three feet and quite slow to make new growth. It is more frost-tender than the ones which have papery bark, often being knocked right back with only three degrees of frost despite being sheltered.
It does not appear to be like 'Gartenmeister Bonstadt'. The flowers are much bigger, for one thing and its growth form is more single stems. Perhaps a little like 'Sparky'.
The flowers have an 'orange' tinge to them more than the blue-ish red. The upper ones are pale and thick-textured. The skirt is a mid-red (not 'brick')
I'm particularly looking for clues as to the species, if anyone can help.