Achimenes erecta (syn. A. coccinea) is also known as Cupid's bower, Nut orchid, and Magic flower. Despite its name, Achimenes erecta, this plant is a trailing achimenes. It produces a display of bright red flowers and dark green foliage. The reddish green stem carries groups of hairy, heart-shaped leaves. The flowers last only a few days, but are produced over a period lasting all the way from June to October.
- Data related to Achimenes erecta at Wikispecies
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