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A little bit about Manx Fuchsia

Fuchsia was introduced to the Isle of Man from South America in the 1820s and is now a prominent part of the island landscape being found in gardens and growing wild in the hedges. Fuchsia is often preferred as a Manx flower emblem over the poisonous Cushag flower which is also known as Ragwort. Cushag is worn on Tynwald (Manx National) day

Presence of Mann
Laxey Woollen Mills
Glen Road, Laxey
Isle of Man, IM4 7AR
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