Aeschynanthus hians has attractive flowers, and stays a reasonable size. Stems hang vertically and seldom exceed two feet, most are shorter. The attractive cup-shaped calyces come in a variety of colors, and vary considerably in shape. Some are quite open and flat, as here, others clasp the corolla more tightly.
Additional photos may be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- An alternate view of the flower cluster above
- Flowers on a different but similar plant.
- A different clone, showing the full plant