Fuchsia boliviana is a native to the foothills of the Peruvian Andes. A tall shrub from 2.2mt to 3.5mt it is best suited to the back of a garden bed. The foliage is velvety and contrast well against the hanging clusters of brilliant scarlet red florets that are at least 12cm long borne in clusters that flower throughout the year.
A rare and unique form of Hydrangea quercifolia that outshines the regular quercifolia by far. "Alice" also blooms longer than other hydrangeas. After the flowers open, they turn from white to an attractive pink before fading to tan in the fall.