'Abby Rose' is a mounding bush which is doing very well next to a seven foot high 'F. magellanica molinae.' Abby would be even bigger if it wasn't in the shade of a fence for half of the year. But it fills in the space under the magellanica very well and is a profuse bloomer.
Yes, the alphabet is starting over with photos of each fuchsia in my collection as a bush, if I have been able to take of photo of the variety as a bush. Some are still a bit small. But here it is mid February and they are all busting out with new growth. Many which were just a few inches high when winter set in, are now over a foot high and beginning to produce new flower buds.