Photo by Ron
Grown at Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
This is an attractive gesneriad for planting in beds indoors under glass (as here) or outdoors in subtropical climates. A closeup of the flower can be seen here.
Note the dramatically asymmetrical leaves, not unlike begonias. These leaves are an example of extreme anisophylly in the Gesneriaceae -- opposite leaves have been completely reduced, and the effect is one of alternate leaves.