A full belief is the decorative value and high-class merit of the new Fuchsias raised by Mr. James Lye, Clyffe Hall Gardens, Market Lavington, induces us to give another illustration of some of the leading varieties he has produced.
The Floral Magazine: comprising figures and descriptions of popular garden flowers. The New series (from 1872) has subtitle: Figures & descriptions of the choicest new flowers for the garden, stove or conservatory.
The group of new varieties of Fuchsias forming this plate are part of a batch of fine seedlings raised by Mr. James Lye, gardener to the Hon. Mrs. Hay, Cliffe Hall, Market Lavington, Wiltshire.
The new varieties now figured were raised by Mr. James Lye, of Market Lavington, Wilts, and have received high awards at the leading exhibitions in the West of England.
This is a very fine exhibition and decorative variety, raised by Mr. James Lye, Clyffe Hall, Market Lavington, Wiltshire, and distributed by him last spring.
Exhibiting Fuchsias Only recently a writer in the Gardener's Chronicle was found deploring that exhibitors of Fuchsia depend so much on old plants, and so little on young ones grown…
If perfection may be said to have been attained in the case of the Fuchsia, it is applicable to the variety now figured. Raised by Mr. J. Lye, of Clyffe Hall Gardens, Market Lavington – the foremost exhibitor of Fuchsias in the West of England, and a most successful raiser.