I received this Fuchsia many years ago when I ordered mite resistant Fuchsias from a small nursery in Arcata. Although I don’t find its name on any of the official lists of resistant varieties, it has indeed not shown any mite damage in the more than 15 years I have grown it. My plant supports itself by using a shrub rose to keep up the long drooping branches. In this fashion it has become quite tall (6-7’), though a cold winter will take it down in size again. Pinching may keep it more compact. The petals are quite unique by having a very elongated base, enabling you to see right through the center of the flower. The color is traditional Fuchsia. The whole plant is quite impressive & gets a lot of attention, particularly from people who still remember the good old days before the mite (BM) and when the San Francisco Bay Area was THE place for growing Fuchsias.