Botanical name: Ceropegia huberi Family: Asclepiadaceae (Milkweed family)
Huber's Ceropegia is a climbing plant, which build an underground tuber. The leaves are lanceshaped, about 6 cm long and up to 1.5 cm broad. They arise from an about 1 cm long stalk. The flowers are tiny, only about 1 cm long. They stand together in small groups on a up to 3 or 4 cm long stalk and show a very strange shape. The petals are formed roof-like, almost like in the southafrican Ceropegia rendallii. The really tiny flower-tube is purple, the petals are bright white. This species is now, like almost all indian species, very endangered. Huber's Ceropegia is endemic to Western Ghats.
Identification credit: Sushant More, Pradnyavant Mane
The flower labeled Huber's Ceropegia is ...