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Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, 47 acres of botanical bliss fronting the Pacific Ocean

Fuchsias

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Fuchsia boliviana
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Fuchsia brevilobis gallery image
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Fuchsia cylindracea gallery image
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Fuchsia excorticata
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Fuchsia hartwegii gallery image
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Fuchsia loxensis gallery image
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Fuchsia paniculata gallery image
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Fuchsia procumbens gallery image
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Fuchsia splendens gallery image
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Fuchsia tillettiana gallery image
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Fuchsia andreii gallery image
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Fuchsia camposportoi x magellanica gallery image
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Fuchsia magellanica
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Fuchsia thymifolia ssp. thymifolia gallery image
Fuchsia thymifolia

Here on the North Coast, fuchsias enjoy a nearly perfect climate. The Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens maintains a collection of both species and hybrid fuchsias. Over 50 fuchsias have been planted in the Woodland Garden. There is also a lovely display of trailing fuchsias in the Mae E. Lauer Display House.

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