Fuchias in the City
Botanical gardens with fuchsias
Balboa Park
San Diego, California

Founded in 1868, Balboa Park is probably best known as the site of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition but it also has extensive botanical interests and plantings spread throughout its vast acres. There's even a zoo.

Balboa Park
University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley
Berkeley, California

The University of California Botanical Garden was established in 1890 as a collection of the native plants of California and its neighboring states of the Pacific Coast. Today its collections encompass the entire world.

The Huntington Library, Museum & Gardens
San Marino, California

Henry Huntington purchased the 600-acre San Marino Ranch In 1903. The property today covers 207 acres, of which approximately 120 are open to visitors, and showcases 14,000 different plants in a dozen gardens.

Huntington Library
Longwood Gardens
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

Two Quaker brothers named Peirce began planting an arboretum on their family's farm in 1798. In 1906, Pierre du Pont purchased the property to preserve the trees & created most of today's look at Longwood.

Longwood Gardens
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Medocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Fort Bragg, California

Originally opened in 1966 as a private venture, the property was purchased through the California Coastal Conservancy for public preservation. Besides fuchsias its features a stellar magnolia collection.

Mendocino Coast
Montreal Botanical Garden
Jardin botanique de Montréal

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Montreal boasts one of the world's premiere botanical gardens. Founded in 1935, it covers 185 acres. Annual summer plantings of fuchsias are to be found in the Jardin sous bois, or Woodland Garden.

The Oregon Garden
Silverton, Oregon

Originally conceived by the Oregon Garden Foundation to showcase Oregon's important contributions to the garden and nursery trade, this exceptional new public garden was opened to the public in 2001.

Oregon Garden
San Francisco Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California

Located in San Francisco's famous Golden Gate Park, the garden was at the center of work to produce fuchsia gall mite resistant cultivars for home gardens by former staff member, Dr. Peter Baye. Work continues.

San Francisco
South Coast Botanic Garden
Palos Verdes Peninsula, Los Angeles, California

This garden is a masterpiece of environmental reclamation being developed in 1961 from a former sanitary landfill. It hosts a display garden maintained by volunteers from the local fuchsia society just inside the main entrance.

South Coast