The Aphelandra Sinclairiana is commonly known as the Orange shrimp plant or the Panama queen. It hails from the family Acanthaceae. It displays bright rosy pink and orange colored flowers in the late winter. The flowering shrub is a native to Central America, Panama and Darien. It is widely grown for its ornamental features. Aphelandra Sinclairiana is basically a low maintenance plant that blooms during early spring, winter and late winter. The perennial shrub thrives well in warm climatic regions. The Panama Queen is considered as an ideal plant to be grown in the parks and garden owing to its ornamental features. The plant is also widely cultivated for hedges, screening and container plantation. The bright flowers are a major attraction for various types of birds especially the hummingbird.