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 traditional Bollan-Bane which is worn on Tynwald (Manx National) day.

We have vases, tablecloths, glassware and cards all with Fuchsia on.