Botanical Name - Fuchsia ‘Jack Stanway’
Common Name - Fuchsia
Description - Fuchsias are so well known to all who garden. This upright variety has a delicate sage green variegated leaf with four petal flower opening white maturing to pale pink flower. One of the prettiest variegated cultivars.This variety was breed by Rowell Joseph in the United Kingdom in 1971.
Flower Time - Flowering freely, A very long flowering period from summer to early winter, flowering until the first frosts
Size Grows to 60cm high x 60cm wide.
Use - Decorative, quick growing shrubby Fuchsia which gives long lasting colour for many months. Beautiful in containers, on balconies, patios or in the garden.
Position - Performs best when grown part shade conditions.
Maintenance –In the garden mulching is beneficial and keeping the garden evenly moist important. Light pruning is best done in spring. Fertiliser is important either liquid or slow release at regular intervals. Average water needs.
At a Glance
- Part shade
- Easy to grow
- Pollinator attracting
- Promise to flower