The Glaziou’s Fuchsia (Fuchsia glazioviana) is an evergreen flowering plant in the Onagraceae family.
It is native to Brazil in South America.
It grows to 50-100 centimetres (20-39 inches) tall and about 50-100 centimetres (20-39 inches) wide.
The leaves are deciduous.
The pendulous single tube-shaped flowers are long with four red petals and a purple corolla. The filaments are red-purple.
It has small, oblong fruit.
The Glaziou’s Fuchsia blooms throughout the year, but mainly from November to March.
Photographed in the Botanical Garden, Paris, December 2021.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
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