Abutilon 'Bella Pink' has been shooting upward in my estimation since I got it, as well as shooting upward just in general (The rumors are true: they do grow quickly.). I'm still hopeful that it will remain a manageable size without any intervention -- the 'Bellas' are supposed to stay short -- but I suppose if it doesn't, I don't have any problem cutting it back, either.
All at once a couple weeks ago (after a move to a larger pot -- coincidence?), this plant suddenly produced a whole mess of flower buds (maybe 15-20?), and I'm now getting to see the buds open. It's quite the show.
It's nearly impossible to get a great picture of all the flowers, because of the way they insist on facing downward and hiding behind the leaves, but I have managed some pretty satisfactory close-ups.
There are certainly things to dislike about Abutilon -- they're unforgiving if you let them get too dry, they're very fast-growing, the flowers can be hard to see and/or photograph, they're (allegedly) extremely attractive to basically every houseplant pest in existence, etc. But still. Look at this face and tell me that's not an awesome plant.
Of course, now I want more of them.