I can't remember the Fuchsias variety? It's a white and salmon pink flower. It's like the wild red and purple hedging variety Magellanica that you see growing in Devon and Cornwall and all over the West of Ireland hedgerows. Perhaps it is a white variety of Magellanica? It's hardy and can be used for hedging or for shrubs.
That originates in Chile. Like the potatoes and even the Montbretia which originates in South Africa. I think it must be the Gulf Stream that brought it or some very enthusiastic South America and South African gardeners.
Any way there out in the veg plot and I will pot up some more shrubs in ye olde polytunnel when it's chucking it down outside. You have got to have some hobby or interest living in the countryside next to the sea.
Just think if I took one million cuttings and they all rooted and I sold them a Euro or a Pound a piece I would be a millionaire. I might be some time. The polytunnel beckons!