Aeschynanthus hians

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  • Photographer: Ron Myhr
  • Grown by: Ron Myhr

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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.

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