This beautiful bronzey Selaginella came in on an import from China. It was a hitchhiker on an Ardisia species, so I don’t have any info on it. It’s very delicate looking and has slender foliage. The tips have a nice orangey hint to them.
This plant was described in 2008, and is native to Guangxi region in China. It stays under 6″, and does well in terrarium conditions. The flower is a pale coral orange. It is a rhizomatous species that in nature grows on limestone. A description of the plant here , with a graphic also taken from this paper.
This Gesneriad has pretty orange blooms and grows to 18″ tall. The stems and undersides of the leaves area bright pink, and the whole plant is covered in small hairs, and is velvety to the touch. It’s native to Ecuador.