The Gold finger plant (Juanulloa aurantiaca) belongs to Solanaceae (the Nightshade family). It is a small evergreen tree that is distributed from Mexico to Colombia and Peru in South America. It grows on rocks and is a vine, and grows 2 to 3 m tall. The leaves are elliptic to oblong, entire, and alternate. The leaf surface is somewhat shiny, and the underside is densely covered with wooly hairs. Yellowish-orange tubular flowers, about 3 cm long, bloom at the ends of branches almost all year round. The tip of the corolla has five shallow lobes.