Want to know some fun facts?
It's a hairy hanging heliconia.
The hanging shape of this type of heliconia is due to an evolutionary adaptation to allow the sickle-billed hummingbird to pollinate.
This heliconia has a very long vase life and when dried it will still looks super nice, it is definitely a statement flower.
The bright pink color of the flower bracts is rare among heliconias.
It has blue-black fruits that contain 3 very hard seeds.
It is pollinated by hermit hummingbirds, whose curved beaks are well adapted to probe the curved flowers for nectar, their main food source.