is a deciduous shrub growing in deciduous tree forests or rocky
areas in mountainous regions and branches well to grow thick to
reach as tall as 3m. Leaves are in the shape of an ovate, 2-5cm in
diameter, and tips abruptly become pointed, with coarse serrations
on margins and fine hairs on surfaces. Flowers, creamy, bloom on new
year's branch tops two each, in a way drooping. Corollas measure
3-4cm in length, in the shape of a funnel, and have an aperture in
five lobes; the lower ones are prominent with yellow reticulate
patterns. Sepals, 5 in number, one of which is extremely small.
Bloom time: April-May.