The flowers of incarvilleas are large for the size of the plant, and brightly coloured. They are widely flared trumpets, a few to each short stem, in the wild appearing in the summer rain after a dry spring. A few species are shrubby, with more flowers to each stem, but smaller.
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Incarvillea mairei var. grandiflora

Deep crimson pink, large trumpet-shaped flowers.