Our plants are preparing for spring and leafing out. This week, Georgiann Keller shares all the ways fuschia are grown in our Fuschia Garden. Along with the flowers that are currently in bloom, we also listed some plants to keep an eye out for. They are just beginning to sprout but in a few short weeks they will be in bloom! Listen to the audio blog while you scroll through the pictures below to learn mor, then get some fresh air and come explore the Garden in person.


Photos from the Garden

Hybrid fuchsia (Fuchsia ‘Phyllis’)

Brilliant fuchsia (Fuchsia fulgens) – tropical Mexico

Toothed fuchsia (Fuchsia denticulata) – Peru & Bolivia

Chili pepper fuchsia (Fuchsia splendens) – Mexico to Central America

Hybrid fuchsia (Fuchsia ‘Annabel’)

Hybrid fuchsia (Fuchsia ‘Bright Morning’)

Fuchsia begonia (Begonia fuchsioides)

Hybrid Peruvian lily (Alstroemeria hybrid)

Sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus)

Borage (Borago officinalis)

Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)

Hummingbird sage (Salvia spathacea)

Tree dahlia (Dahlia imperialis)

Fragrant pitcher sage (Lepechinia fragrans)

Hybrid cape mallow (Anisodontea ‘Strybing Beauty’)

Bottle-brush aloe (Aloe spicata)

Giant chalk dudleya (Dudleya brittonii)


Want to see these blooms in person? Purchase tickets here.