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help me find this fuschia

Posted by eddie10 SE Mi. (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 15, 04 at 12:22

I live in zone 5---SE michigan and was wondering if anyone knew where to find gartenmeister fuschia plants---nurseries-stores--etc---thanks--ED


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RE: help me find this fuschia

Hi Eddie,
Gartenmeister fuchsias should be available from specialist growers/nurseries/garden centers. Gartenmeister fuchsias are Triphylla fuchsias and very frost tender.


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RE: help me find this fuschia

I recently saw "Gartenmeister" carried in Home Depot, but I'm in Texas, so........

Kathleen


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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".

Cathy


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Ive seen lots of it in the outdoor nursery in Target stores here in SF.


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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


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RE: hey chicken lady!

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.
http://www.perennials.com/seeplant.html?item=1.419.010

Here is a link that might be useful: the african queen


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RE: help me find this fuschia

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.


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