I received this plant as a gift from a student. Sorry I can't post pictures, I don't have the technology yet. I'll describe it as best I can. It has several woody stems in the pot. (Leading me to believe it might be a shrub?) The dark green leaves grow right off each stem. They're about 3 inches long with scalloped edges, pointed tip and rounded base. The flowers grow from the top of each stem, one-three on each stem. You can see the pink tint through the bud, which seems to open slowly. I have it in a window with morning sun and it's doing well, but seems to dry out quickly. The flowers I've seen so far open overnight, and only last a day or two before they fall off, leaving the "cup"-shaped base on the stem with a little "water" in the cup. The flowers themselves, like I said, are dark purple-pink-redish in color. There's a large, long stamen (?-the part in the middle with the pollen.) that is bright yellow. The yellow stuff comes off before the flower falls. The flower drops off as a whole, including the stamen. It has several petals that are 3 or so inches long and flat. Hope this is enough for a good guess - Thanks!