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<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'
<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'
<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'
<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'
<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'
<i>Fuchsia</i> 'Mrs Popple'

Fuchsia 'Mrs Popple'

hardy fuchsia

Showy, scarlet and purple flowers hang from arching stems from June to October among slender, deep green leaves....

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Tough and colourful, with hundreds of scarlet-skirted flowers above vibrant, purple petticoats on this hedge or bush making richly jewelled plant in crystal-clear autumn light Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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