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Billy Green Fushia

Posted by janice__indiana5 Z5 Indiana (My Page) on
Wed, May 7, 08 at 19:33

For a couple years now I have admired a picture torn from a magazine. The picture is of a flower pot filled with flowers hummingbirds love. Smack dab in the middle is a Billy Green fushia. Does anyone know a source for this Fushia? If not, how about a similar fushia I could substitute. Thanks for any help!


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RE: Billy Green Fushia

Here are a couple of mail order sources for Billy Green


RE: Billy Green Fushia

billy green is a triphylla fuchsia which will not stand geting frosted in the winter monthsit was first raised in the uk in1962 but know one knows who by if you go to british fuchsia society web site they have a list of all triphylla types

RE: Billy Green Fushia

Thanks A... I had already found a source when you posted. It's too bad though, the sites you posted were much cheaper.

Dave I plan on growing it as an annual.

Thanks again,

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