Above the general construction of a Fuchsia flower with the names of the several parts which are below shortly further described.
On the peduncle it starts with the ovary. This part will later be the berry with the seeds.
After the ovary you see the calyx tube which differs for every Species. This calyx tube is really the first grown together part of the sepals and divides in 4 sepals. The calyx tube with the sepals forms together in closed condition the flower bud. This flower bud opens by the spreading of the sepals. Than the rest of the flower is visible.
In most cases there are 4 petals (the Hemsleyella section has no or sometimes some rudimentary sepals).
In the flower, out of the ovary comes the style with at the end the stigma, often with 4 lobes, on which the pollen (the male part of the seed) must land.
These pollen find there way through the style to the ovary to fertilize the ovules. After this fertilization the seeds come into being in the berry.
Besides the style, there are mostly 8 stamen (4 petalous and 4 sepalous stamen) of which sometimes 4 ar just present in a reduced state, e.g. In the Encliandra section.
The stamen is made up of a filament (out of the flower) and at the end an anther.
This anther contains the pollen that comes free after ripening.
After the fertilization the flower falls off and the ovary develops into a berry with an awful lot of tiny seeds.