Glorious Fuchsias in Australia

The Growing of Fuchsias in Australia

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Greater Victoria Geranium and Fuchsia Society- (Canada) Meetings, Where & When, Society History & Affiliations, E-Mail contacts & links. This Society was formed in 1979 as a study group of the Victoria Horticultural Society, it became an independent entity in 1982. The Society has grown from 22 Members to more than 115 today, new Members are always welcome to learn and to add to the common knowledge of the Society. (From Website)

 

Bournemouth & Poole Fuchsia Society- The Bournemouth & Poole Fuchsia Society is a locally run club for enthusiasts interested in growing and showing Fuchsias who live in and around the south coast town of Bournemouth in the UK. The society is affiliated to the British Fuchsia Society, and many of the members show at BFS shows across the country as well as well as judge at national and local shows. (from website)

 

Grimsby & District Fuchsia Group- Grimsby & District Fuchsia Group was formed in 1982. We changed  our name when we introduced Pelargoniums in 1997. The aim of the group is to promote the cultivation and exhibition of fuchsias and pelargoniums through friendly discussion and social events. (from website)

 

National Fuchsia Society of New Zealand Inc. - Welcome to the home page of the National Fuchsia Society of New Zealand. The society exists to promote the interest of fuchsias to all parts of New Zealand and to collaborate with all fuchsia societies world wide. We encourage social interaction between affiliated members and societies. New members are always welcome. (from website)

 

Northwest Fuchsia Society- (Seattle) Our mission is to inform and educate the public in fuchsia culture; to promote the growing and showing of fuchsias, to provide the communication link to our member societies. The Northwest Fuchsia Society was established in 1983. Hardy fuchsia list, flower shows, fuchsia gardens, fuchsia books, pests and diseases, etc. (from website)

 

Scarborough & District Fuchsia Society -THE AIM of the Scarborough & District Fuchsia Society, in common with the British Fuchsia Society and all affiliated Societies, is to promote interest in fuchsia growing in all its many varied aspects. The Society offers members a programme of monthly meetings with guest speakers, slides and practical demonstrations as well as a social evening in November and some outings. (From website)

 

Hereford and District Fuchsia Association- Welcome to the Hereford and District Fuchsia Associations website. This website aims to have many useful pages for any Fuchsia or Flower enthusiast. Whether you are a novice or an old hand at growing Fuchsias (or any other type of flower) you should find something of interest here for you. (From website)

 

Royal Horticultural Society- (UK) Established in 1804, the Royal Horticultural Society is now the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening. Our goal is to help people share a passion for plants, to encourage excellence in horticulture and inspire all those with an interest in gardening. (From Website)

 

Netherlands Fuchsia Society - (in Dutch) WELKOM bij de Nederlandse Kring van Fuchsiavrienden. Archief, Forum, Links, etc

 

German Fuchsia Society- (In German) Über uns, Veranstaltungen,  Artikel, Forum, Links, Impressum.

 

British Fuchsia Society -The first Annual of the Society was published in 1938 under the heading of THE FUCHSIA ANNUAL 1938.  The official publication of THE FUCHSIA SOCIETY. However, it was during 1937 that the idea of a Fuchsia Society was born, when Clara Lady Boothby met several other Fuchsia enthusiasts. (from website)

 

Manchester Fuchsia Society- The Manchester Fuchsia Group was founded in 1970 to promote and encourage interest in the cultivation of fuchsias. The name of the society was changed in the middle of the 1980s to the Manchester and District Fuchsia Society. At the AGM in January 2000 the name was changed again and is nowthe Manchester Fuchsia Society.The present membership is about 75. (From Website)

 

Fife Fuchsia Society- On the 4th of September 1986, George Wood, Scottish Representative to the British Fuchsia Society, circulated a letter asking that any one interested in forming/joining a new Fuchsia Society in Fife should attend a meeting in Kinghorn church hall on 24th September 1986. At a further meeting, at the same venue on 1st December 1986, a committee was elected and the Fife Fuchsia Society was born. (From website)

 

West Yorkshire Fuchsia Society- (UK) The West Yorkshire Fuchsia Society are looking to welcome new members, both expert and beginners, to share the joy of growing these fascinating plants. Our aim is to encourage cultivation through education, demonstration and discussion. The Society has a varied programme of guest speakers, and hands on sessions with our own local experts throughout the year. (From Website)

 

Lancaster, Morecambe & District Fuchsia Society- The Society's aim is to encourage and promote the cultivation of the fuchsia and, obviously, most of the meetings are geared towards this with guest speakers giving talks, demonstrations and slide shows on a wide range of subjects on fuchsia growing. To avoid this becoming too monotonous we do invite speakers from other fields of horticulture to talk on their own particular speciality from time to time. (From Website)

 

American Fuchsia Society- The purpose of the American Fuchsia Society is to acquaint flower enthusiasts about the beauty of fuchsias and the techniques to grow healthy blooming plants. The mission of the Society is furthered by local branches or clubs and the publication of a bi-monthly Bulletin with varied and interesting articles. There are sixteen Branches or clubs that hold monthly meeting, always with speakers on various aspects of growing fuchsias. Visitors are always encouraged to come and learn more about growing fuchsias in a very social atmosphere. The American Fuchsia Society has about 750 members world wide. (from web site)

 

Richard Francis Fuchsias- One of the benefits the great days of European empire building was the range of new plants being introduced into European horticulture with every new conquest. Fuchsias were unheard of by Europeans until after the seventeenth century..........

 

The Horticultural Society of Canberra Inc.- Promoting the pleasures of gardening in Canberra and the surrounding region. The Society was formed in 1929. Initially it aimed to foster the spirit of gardening in Australia’s very new national capital so that Canberra might become a ‘garden city’. The Society has been involved in many activities over the years including: seed distribution to members, planning the National Rose Garden, garden and flower competitions, public talks, floral displays, as well as the present day Shows, demonstration gardens, and production of The Canberra Gardener. 

Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens - Mount Tomah Botanic Garden, in the world-heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains, is situated 1000 metres above sea level and showcases many beautiful native and exotic plants not suited to Sydney’s climate.

The Bonsai Society of the Central Coast - The Society was formed in September 1997 and membership has been growing ever since. Our members cover all age groups - young and mature - and consist of beginners, advanced and experienced Bonsai Artists. Bonsai Fuchsias


ABC Gardening Australia- Gardening Australia was the first in the trend of "infotainment" programs, with the emphasis always on information. The program is 80% practical and 20% pretty - with our expert gardeners coming out from behind their work tables, taking off the gloves and getting their hands dirty. Gardeners, no matter how experienced, want information and inspiration. The presenters each come with their own specialty, so that there is an important blend of information whether the viewer is in the tropics, the city or the highlands. (from website)

 

Green Fingers- Malcolm Campbell is a professional horticulturalist with over 30 years experience as a dedicated gardener in the home garden and on the broad acre as well as a presenter on local ABC radio and 8 rural regional stations and was for 16 years the South Australian presenter to the national ABC television Gardening Australia.

 

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