Fuchsia boliviana is a species of Fuchsia native to southern Peru, Bolivia and northern Argentina. Description. It is a medium evergreen shrub, growing to 2–4 m tall, rarely to 6 m, with a spreading, open habit. It has large, hairy mid-green leaves and red petioles.
Fuchsia summa is a species of plant in the Onagraceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador: Loja. Found on the road from Yangana to Cerro Toledo in open patches above the tree line at elevations from 3,100 to 3,450 meters. It forms a low shrub to one half meter tall. The dark-green, subcoriaceous leaves are densely packed along the stems. The tube and sepals are four-angled. The sepals are slightly shorter than the petals and have green tips.
Fuchsia's dangling blooms are well-loved by gardeners and hummingbirds. Brings grace, color and and a touch of old-fashioned charm to the garden. Growth habits from upright to trailing make it easy to find a Fuchsia suited to baskets, beds or containers.