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  1. Davidna

    Davidna Apprentice Gardener

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    It is currently being grown as a conservatory plant and this year has really flowered well. I have an inkling it might be honeysuckle related but would welcome someone's opinion with greater knowledge
     

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    pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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    Have a look at Aeschynanthus
     
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      I agree with @pete , Aeschynanthus . Probably A.speciosus. Not related to Honeysuckle and not at all hardy. They're actually quite closely related to African Violets.
       
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