Fuchsia [few-shə] is a genus of flowering plants that consists mostly of shrubs or small trees. There are currently almost 110 recognized species of Fuchsia. The vast majority are native to South America.
Versatile Fuchsia x hybrida plants add brightly colored, bell-shaped blooms with elegantly drooping stems.
Below are the various colors of Fuchsia hybrida displayed at the Flower Dome, Garden by the Bay, Singapore.