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The fuchsia took its name from Leonard Fuchs, a sixteenth-century botanist, the first German who really studied botany.
This caterpillar is found most often on certain kinds of Epilobium, but will also eat of the vine, fuchsia, and bed-straw.
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It was afterwards reared on fuchsia, and produced a moth on August 18.
Anne sat down on the rocker with a long sigh, kissed one of Bonny's leaves, and waved her hand to a blossoming fuchsia.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
He has obtained, says Hallam, a verdant immortality in the familiar flower which bears his name, the fuchsia.
I would like to exchange flower seeds for geranium and fuchsia slips, or ocean curiosities.
Here was the hedge of fuchsia; here the tamarisks on their high bank; here the entrance to Les Solitudes.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
The car had climbed to the entrance of Les Solitudes and the fuchsia hedge was passing on each side.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Beyond the fuchsia bushes a sighing rose, where a continuous foamless wave felt the silences of the shore.
Once more, beyond the fuchsia bushes, the sea sighed, as it felt the long shore with a continuous foamless wave.

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