The following are to be used as a guide only in classes so designated in any show organized by Solent Fuchsia Club.
|Angel’s Kisses||Ariel||Brian Breary|
|Fiona Pitt||Gina Bowman||Jiddles|
|Just Pink||Karen Isle||Katinka|
|Little Cat Bells||Lottie Hobby||Loxhore Lullaby|
|Marlies de Keijzer||Microchip||Mieke Sarton|
|Mrs Lee Belton||Nicki Fenwick-Raven||Obcylin|
|Oosje||Oulton Empress||Oulton Red Imp|
|Oulton Travellers Rest||Radings Gerda||Radings Inge|
|F. cylinracea||F. microphylla||ssp. aprica|
|ssp. hemslyana||ssp. hidlegensis||F. obconica|
|F. thymifolia||ssp. minimaflora||ssp. thymiflolia|
This brief description was found in an old book, A Fuchsia Survey by W.P. Wood:
‘The following have small flowers, free flowering, thin wiry but erect growth. They are known in cultivation as the Breviflorae section’.
hemsleyana (Costa Rica)
Fairly tall. Leaves; elliptic to ovate, obtuse. Flowers; rose to purplish.
Tall, densely branched. Leaves; lance-oblong to elliptic, sharply serrulate, coriaceous. Flowers; deep red. There appear to be some variations.
Small to medium sized shrub. Leaves; elliptic-ovate to round ovate, obtuse to acute at top. Flowers; white to pink. This description agrees with some plants grown under microphylla in this country.