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ID..Fuchsia Mastergartner Breidemyer

Posted by gramadea z5 central MI (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 19, 13 at 17:40

Hello, I am new here and wondering if you could help me. Has anyone ever heard of a Fuchsia called Mastergartner Breidemyer? That is what is on the tag but I can find nothing about it on the internet or anywhere else.

Thanks,
Dea W.


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RE: ID..Fuchsia Mastergartner Breidemyer

Sorry I meant to include a photo.
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RE: ID..Fuchsia Mastergartner Breidemyer

  • Posted by pwin 8a (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 20, 13 at 13:34

Well, it's interesting. There is a triphylla called Gartenmeister (meister meaning master and garten meaning garden) hybridized by Bonstedt. Mastergartner is just a partial translation and inversion of words. You are right; I can't find anything on a Breidemyer. Was this a company tag? Or handwritten tag? Do you want information on it to know how to care for it or are you just curious? Here is my Gartenmeister Bonstedt:

Here is a link that might be useful: Triphylla Page


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RE: ID..Fuchsia Mastergartner Breidemyer

I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE SOME INFO ON THAT FUCHSIA. I BOUGHT 2 THIS YEAR. I LIVE IN VIRGINIA. IF I BRING THEM INSIDE WILL THEY LIVE THROUGH WINTER IN MY BASEMENT?


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RE: ID..Fuchsia Mastergartner Breidemyer

  • Posted by pwin 8a (My Page) on
    Mon, Sep 16, 13 at 16:38

They'll be protected in your basement as long as temperatures don't fall below freezing. The link at the bottom provides a lot of information for you.

Also, here is a Gardenweb thread for you to read regarding overwintering Gartenmeisters:

http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/fuchsia/msg1113530031521.html

Good luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: Overwintering Fuchsias


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