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Fuchsia 'Voodoo', a bushy, very-heavy-blooming hybrid with large, fully double flowers. It was introduced in 1953 by the American breeder Tiret.

Fuchsia 'Dancing Flame', a double-flowered hybrid introduced in 1981 by Stubbs of the United States. It is a rather lax upright bush that can be trained as a trailer or weeping standard. The mid- to late-season flowers are large and fully double but the early bloom may be smaller and only semi-double.

Fuchsia 'Cheers', a double-flowered hybrid introduced in 1979 by Stubbs of the United States. It is a rather lax upright bush that can be trained as a trailer. The flowers are large.

Fuchsia 'Enid Carter', an upright shrubby hybrid introduced in 1991 by Proffit of New Zealand. It has large, subtly toned, semi-double to double flowers.

Fuchsia 'Son of Thumb', a sport of 'Tom Thumb' introduced by the British breeder Gubler in 1978. It is compact and very heavy-flowering.

Fuchsia 'Georgana', a large-flowered upright bush introduced in 1956 by Tiret of the United States. Note the spelling, it is not Georgiana.

Fuchsia 'Achievement', a bushy, self-branching upright shrub that has an abundance of fairly large single flowers. It was introduced by Melville of Britain in 1886.

Fuchsia 'Fuji San', a bushy fuchsia with tubular flowers that clearly show the influence of Fuchsia denticulata. It was raised by Bogemann of Germany and introduced in 1990.