Emmenopterys henryi - pink strain from Hunan
These may be what E.H. Wilson saw in the wild in 1907. The plant flowers for extended period. The abundant clusters of fragrant creamy white 1-inch funnel-shaped flowers can be up to 10 inches across and are surrounded by large pink 'bracts'. The bracts last until frost and deepen to a burgundy color. I am sorry that I cannot supply larger or better pictures due to copyright respect.
The whole tree from afar.
Sample collected before frost.