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Mexico, Mexico

Id please

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San Francisco, CA

it is a species Fuchsia - no idea which, but I will do more research.

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

Looks like Fuchsia 'Koralle' but the foliage looks more like Fuchsia denticulata

Mexico, Mexico



Fuchsia? I can not find a similar foliage.

I was watching Fuchsia triphylla but the foliage no end to convince.

This plant grows wild in a mountain, someone had told me Gesneriaceae family ... could it be?




South China, ME(Zone 5a)

Try Narrowleaf California Fuchsia

Beautiful, BC(Zone 9b)

The foliage may also be different due to environmental conditions ie. cold, sun, drought, etc. It would help to know the location where the photo was taken. A photo of the bloom more open would also help.

San Francisco, CA

Quote from Guzmania2010 :


Fuchsia? I can not find a similar foliage.

I was watching Fuchsia triphylla but the foliage no end to convince.

This plant grows wild in a mountain, someone had told me Gesneriaceae family ... could it be?






yes I do think it could also be a Gesneriad - could you post more flower pictures?

edited to say: on second look, the arrangement of the leaves in whorls of three and the shape of the fruit leads me back to Fuchsia.


This message was edited Oct 15, 2012 12:30 AM

Portland, OR(Zone 8a)

Here is a link to some Fuchsia species that grow wild from Mexico to Central and South America.
http://www.nwfuchsiasociety.com/species.htm

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