Eufuchsia:, Fuchsia Double Pinkhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuchsia
This picture really reminds me of the Ballet of "Swan Lake". 5 little girls on stag.
This can be a tricky plant to grow . However I found with a lot of neglect in a huge planter with other things it thrived. It was in some shade and did great. I actually forgot about it. I bought the plant 10 years ago and I managed to save it from year to year. bring it in and leave in a cool place. By spring it is an ugly stick. then out it goes early May, and by Canada Day (July 1st) it is beautiful. I have found that a lot of the time leaving plants alone is the best gardening style. and they perform their very best. These guys do like a lot of feed, so I use a good all round one first thing in the spring and that is all it gets. plus leaves from the previous year.
These guys come from Central , and South America. There are a few that are native to New Zealand.
When buying them in hangers I suggest to take them out of these and replant them in large stationary planters with other things. Or a few of these together. They do not like to dry out at all, and Veranda planters (Hanging Baskets) are horrible for that.