S. aggregata is an interesting plant, with bright orange/red flowers freely produced on a tall inflorescence. The color of the flowers is somewhat variable, with some clones having yellow tones on the lobes. It can be somewhat sprawling when growing in lower-light situations. The foliage is often sticky, and strongly scented.
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- A robust plant with corolla lobes marked with yellow.
- Yellow flowered-variants, here and here.