Hailing from the high-altitude regions of Ecuador, stands as a botanical gem renowned for its captivating and distinctive flowers. These blooms, resplendent in shades of bright red or crimson, take on a tubular form with six pointed petals, arranged in a visually striking umbel. Native to the montane cloud forests of the Tungurahua province in Ecuador, this plant thrives at elevations ranging from 2,500 to 3,000 meters above sea level, where cool temperatures and high humidity prevail. While its cultural significance in local traditions awaits further exploration, the conservation of Phaedranassa tunguraguae is of paramount importance due to its restricted distribution and the habitat threats posed by deforestation. Cultivating this species offers plant enthusiasts a chance to appreciate its vibrant and unique flowers, demanding the provision of well-draining soil, consistent moisture, and a cool, humid environment reminiscent of its native cloud forest habitat for successful growth and preservation.