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Exoniensis — From Exeter in England. Today the name should be rendered as F. Experscandens — F experscandens or F. It seems to represent a possible natural hybrid with F. Fan — A fuchsia that have been trained into a flat, espaliered shape that resembles the classic outline of an opened folding fan.
Training starts with the selection of shoot with four or five sets of leaves. The side shoots are directed into a fan shape, usually with the help of supports, and then stopped at six or seven sets of leaves, and the next set of side shoots at two or three sets of leaves.
The topmost, however, is left to grow as a repeat of the original shoot. The process is continued until the desired size of the fan has been reached. Fasciation — Also called cresting, fasciation is a relatively rare phenomenon of abnormal growth seen in fuchsias and other vascular plants.
The growing tip, or apical meristem, of vascular plants is normally concentrated around a single point and normally produces cylindrical tissue. In fasciation, the growing tip becomes elongated perpendicularly to the direction of its growth, and produces flattened, ribbon-like, or elaborately contorted and waved tissue, hence the name cresting. Fashion Fuchsia — Hollywood cerise or simply Hollywood, a bright pink or magenta color used in the fashion industry, is sometimes referred to as fashion fuchsia.
Faux Fuchsias — A number of plants are often inaccurately called "fuchsias," of one sort or another, because their flowers are thought to resemble the fuchsia's characteristic ones. Australia, for some reason perhaps due to a pining in its harsher climate for those English gardens left behind, seems especially prone to faux fuchsias. The only one that might remotely claim the title, though, is the California Fuchsia Epilobium canum , formerly Zauschneria , a species also in the Evening Primrose Family Onagraceae and closely related to the real Fuchsia.
Epilobium canum , or the California Fuchsia. Additionally, he was the founder of the San Marcos Herbarium in , founding member of the Flora Neotropica project in , and even served as the botanical assessor for the La Molina Experimental Agricultural Station. Besides a Fuchsia , there are fifty-one other species and two genera named in his honor. Along with his wife, fellow botanist Emma Cerrate, he made many collections of Peruvian and Andean plants in the field for the San Marcos Herbarium and published numerous new species of his own.
No synonyms of this species are recorded. Evidently, this was the trip that Charles Plumier was himself originally to have undertaken before he died. It would later be published as F. Field Techniques — Methods used in the collection and preparation of botanical specimens while in the field or on plant-hunting expeditions. Fierce Fuchsia — A poem by Erlin Aprilia Efendi which begins, "Out there the pink comes up, Undeniable its heart is numb, The real comes in the end, The first is just for heaven; Inside here the purple appears, It shows its calyx then consoles quite clear…" The poet seems otherwise unknown in English.
It is possible that the work represents a single submission of otherwise unpublished material to the Poem Hunter website. It might also represent an unique translation from another language.
Filament — The stalk portion of the stamen. The pollen-producing sac, the anther, is located at its end. In fuchsias, the protruding and variously colored filaments often add significantly to the decorative effect of the flowers. Filipes — Having thread-like stalks. Final Pinch or Stop — The last removal of a fuchsia's growing tips before the plant is left to flower. Flowering can usually occur anywhere from eight to twelve weeks after the final stop depending on the cultivar.
The timing of the last stop is especially important when preparing the floral display of a particular cultivar to be at its peak for a flower show. Firth, Captain — The mysterious seaman who is often often credited with bringing the first fuchsia cultivated in English gardens into that country sometime during the 's, where it was supposedly noticed by a commercial nurseryman passing his mother's windowsill.
Or simply on an anonymous wife's or widow's windowsill in Wapping, in some versions, leaving Captain Firth out of the picture altogether. It's been suggested that the colorful story was an invention to cover the questionable liberation of cuttings from the royal botanical collection at Kew.
The Tale of the Windowsill first surfaces well after the brief citation of Firth in the Hortus Kewensis and it becomes embroidered with increasing detail and sentiment, even to the point of melodrama, as time goes on. Even Charles Dickens has a go at the story in his journal, Household Words , published from A fuchsia is indeed listed as being grown at Kew in the catalogue, the Hortus Kewensis , and Captain Firth is stated as its source.
Called Fuchsia coccinea , the new acquisition is obviously confused with F. Nonetheless, a real amount of mystery remains behind the plant at Kew.
The calyx of F. In early references, it's quite impossible to tell which species is really which. That fuchsia, arguably identified as F. Since Miller was head gardener at Chelsea from to , it's unclear at what date that first fuchsia was lost.
Most importantly, however, Houston's fuchsia was apparently never cultivated except at Chelsea by Miller before it was lost. It was either F. But which one, though? Considering the extensive British contacts with Chile over the two hundred years previous to , an earlier arrival of the species from the Magellanic region into English gardens, than the one from Brazil, is not illogical.
Even a much earlier arrival. It's also winter hardy enough to have thrived outdoors in many places in the British Isles, unnoticed and unrecorded by the botanical establishment in London, for many decades before it suddenly burst onto the fashionable garden scene in the 's or later.
It was much hardier than the competition, in fact, in spite of contemporary misconceptions of F. While the real F. Oddly for a sailor with the rank of Captain, naval or otherwise, no other documentary evidence to Captain Firth's identity has ever turned up. Not even the hint of a christian name.
Whatever the truth, the myth or perhaps half-memory of a sea captain logically points to the arrival of fuchsias into English gardens via the extensive British maritime network of the age, stretching not just to South America but literally around the globe. Officers of British vessels, both royal and merchant, were explicitly expected to be on the look-out for anything that might prove useful or interesting to Britain and return home with samples or reports.
Kew was, of course, the frequent recipient of many botanical novelties. As was also the Chelsea Physic Garden. And sailors did often return from their long journeys with exotic gifts and souvenirs for their friends and family. Suggested portrait of the mysterious Captain Firth; 2.
Landscape with Cottage, Thomas Gainsborough, ca. Francis Macbride in his ten-year project to photograph type specimens in most major European herbaria. Fischerii — Named in honor of Paul Fischer. Flexuous — Winding from side to side; sinuous. Floriferous — Flowering freely; bearing many flowers. Flower Bud — The developing and unopened blossom. In fuchsias, the differing shapes and colors of flower buds just before they open are a defining characteristic of many cultivars and often very useful in determining the identity of unknown plants.
Foliar Feeding — Sprays or mists containing mild solutions of nutrients are often applied topically to be absorbed directly through the plant's leaves rather than through its roots. Fuchsias respond well to foliar feeding but care should be taken to make sure that the solution used is not so strong as possibly to burn delicate leaves and shoots. No synonyms are recorded for this species. Form or Forma — Plural: The designation is often considered unnecessary by botanists as there can be almost countless forms based on very minor genetic differences.
Johann Reinhold Forster and Georg Forster. The Forsters collected specimens of F. They dedicated their published description to John Forster's friend, the Rev.
The Forsters were not aware, or perhaps didn't recognize, that the same plant had already been discovered by Banks and Daniel Solander see also on the first Cook voyage The Foster's Skinnera excorticata was moved to Fuchsia in by Carl Linnaeus the Younger when he recognized its connection with the genus. This plate shows the poe-bird perched on a flowering branch of Skinnera excorticata now Fuchsia excorticata and is one of five botanical illustrations in the book taken from the Forsters.
These plates were not attributed to the Forsters due to a dispute with Cook and the Admiralty over the joint authorship of the expedition's journal. Fosbergii — Named in honor of the distinguished American botanist, F. Francis Raymond Fosberg Known as Ray, Fosberg received a B. There he specialized in plants from the islands on the coast of California, as well as from the desert Southwest.
Interested in island ecosystems, he moved to the University of Hawaii in where he received an invitation to join the Mangarevan Expedition, led by the malacologist Charles Montague Cooke, Jr. That expedition visited twenty-five high islands and thirty-one coral islands, and returned to Hawaii with some 15, plant specimens.
Fosberg received an M. He transferred to the Department of Botany as a curator in and was appointed Senior Botanist in Over a span of sixty-two years, Fosberg comprehensively and meticulously documented his many activities in one hundred twenty-nine field books and, even as curator emeritus, remained and active and vigorous collector right up until his death in The specimen would remain in the herbarium at the Smithsonian Institution until it was described as a new species in his honor by Munz in Fuchsia fosbergii is now a synonym of F.
Raymond Fosberg in the field. Kjell Bloch Sandved, Smithsonian Archives, ; 2. Detail of an entry in one of Fosberg's notebooks. Fossil-taxa can be a particular part of a plant preserved in a particular way, as defined in the diagnosis. Otherwise, the names of fossil-taxa follow the same regulations as does the nomenclature of living plants. As with living plants, fossil names are fixed to a type specimen.
Competing names are accepted according to the chronological priority of first publication, as well.
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