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panicle
A compound raceme, much branched, with
flowers and fruit attached along secondary branches.
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Fuchsia paniculata

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Family Onagraceae
Name Fuchsia paniculata
Etymology
Fuchsia Named after Leonard Fuchs, 16th century German botanist.
paniculata From panicle (Latinised).

  See also:  Fuchsias, Culture / Germination
  Buy seeds:  Seeds - Trees and Shrubs

Fuchsia paniculata is often confused with F. aborescans for the two look very similar. This is quite a large fuchsia, growing to 2m or more. It flowers pretty much all year round, producing small pink flowers on terminal panicles. The small round fruits ripen to black with a blue bloom. The seeds are red in colour.



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