Thunbergia neglecta is a perennial that scrambles over other plants and available supports. These flowers were photographed in the Pretoria Botanical Garden. The growth habit is that of a twiggy branched shrublet (www.sntc.org.sz). The plant's habitat lies partly in the north-eastern provinces of South Africa, but also in Swaziland and Zimbabwe and maybe further afield. This plant does not deserve to be overlooked as the name neglecta might suggest.