This plant was brought to me in early summer to see if I could recognize it. So I've grown it to a blooming plant now and I haven't a clue. The blooms look like tiny gloxinia blooms, very attractive. About 3/4" long; 1/2" wide at the lip. No hair on the leaves. The leaves look like delicate elm leaves. The buds are perched at the top of the stems. I don't know whether those the plant has now will be all or if the terminal will continue to grow and produce more buds. The plants (there are two) branched naturally. It's also a small plant at this point at 7 1/2" tall. It looks like an annual plant to me, but it returns each year in a pot for the person who brought it to me and these two were dug out from those. I don't know if they are reseeding or possibly returning from the root system. I haven't seen the root system since it was already potted when I received. It came from the Houston area.