Asteranthera is a genus of Gesneriad, native to the humid forests of Argentina and Chile, it is a species of evergreen scrambling vine. The plant has small, scalloped-margin and rounded leaves and its two-lipped, tubular red flowers with white markings flowers in the summer. It can be grown as a climber or a ground cover.
- Michail Belov, Chileflora, retrieved 11 November 2016
- Lord, Tony (2003) Flora: The Gardener's Bible : More than 20,000 garden plants from around the world. London: Cassell. ISBN 0-304-36435-5
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