Aeschynanthus species ?- Atlanta, Georgia, USA

 
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Garden plant seen at the ABG.
Unfortunately, only one picture is clear, the other two are out of focus.

Aeschynanthus sp.?

Take a look at Sinningia iarae and see if it is close.
Looks different from images of Sinningia iarae at
Also could not find a match as per other species available at

It looks different to me as well.
The flowers are having only two petals at the end of a tube.


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