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teeny tiny fuschia

Posted by MzMolly65 7 (My Page) on
Wed, May 28, 14 at 16:42

I just bought these gorgeous, hardy, little fuschia shrubs and they have two different flowers on the same shrub, sometimes on the same branch. How is that possible?


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RE: teeny tiny fuschia

It's so cute!!! I have no idea how it happened. But it's cute!!!


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RE: teeny tiny fuschia

Perhaps it's a cross that is displaying both the parents on one plant? Whatever the cause - it's a keeper for sure!!


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Another photo but this time it's got the two different flowers on the same stem.


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There are two miniature fuchia's where the bloom starts out white, changes to pink and dies red. Neopolitan and Cindy Pyke. Usually the two side by side blooms come out at the same time, this is not always so and there can be two different colored blooms side by side. Very nice miniature fuchsia's


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