Most Fuchsia species are native to Central and South America, and they were first discovered by Europeans in the late 17th century when a monk by the name of Charles Plumier came across them.

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There are nearly 110 officially recognised species of fuchsia. Most grow into bushes, but there’s one species native to New Zealand that grows as a full tree.

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