Porters Fuchsias for Osteospermum Purple Sun

- Fleuro Select Winner 2018/19
- Demand far outweighs availability to date
- Commands attention from across the room
- Unique, ombre flowers move from soft orange to violet
- Exceptional variety from a growers point of view: demonstrates fantastic branching, uniformity and root development
- Our stock sold out on pre-order by word of mouth alone
- Having stock of this variety has brought us to the attention of multiple new customers, who we otherwise would likely not have secured 




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