Variegated Creeping Fuchsia. This fuchsia has small stems and the loveliest cream-edged leaves which form a dense mat for a unique groundcover. Multitudes of small, jewel-like flowers are bright yellow, green and purple. Pink, berry-like fruit follow. Good in shady areas. This fuschia survived our zone 8 winter under the trees protected by fallen leaves.
(Ongraceae) Syn: Fuchsia kirkii. Native to New Zealand.
Light: Part shade or full shade.
Water: Moderate water requirements.
Soil: Rich in organic matter.
Fertilizer: All-purpose fertilizer.
Hardiness: USDA Zone 9.
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