Left it all night to load, the photo has gone from the file but has not appeared on here. I give up. It's called penny's pink, it stands about 2' high in it's pot and the flowers are a open cup form. The top 6" of the stalk branch so that there can be as many as 8 flowers to a stalk, and the flowers are held in a more upturned position than the orientalis generally is. The plant has quite an open structure to it giving it a sense of movement. The leaves are the typical 5 lobed, but rather than the spear shaped of the orientalis , each lobe is spoon shaped with a point and more pronounce serrations, they are dark green with pale green colouring of the veins and dark red stems.