Well, this is a surprise. I didn't think it would flower in the summer, unless it can do that at different times a year. Winter was my guess for two reasons. First, I got it with a dried up flower. Second, Steven Hammer writes he has successfully created hybrids of Neohenricia and Titanopsis (Neonopsis) which would mean they flower simultaneously, i.e. in winter. Maybe the plant is just confused like the fulviceps, it's only one flower after all. So far. Nevertheless I'm excited to see it. :)
The flowers should be odoriferous. But I guess there need to be twenty of them to notice something. Here's a picture with my finger still in it to show how tiny it actally is!
PS: Avonia alstonii has developed flower buds, too. I'll be away next weekend - hopefully both plants will bloom before (or after) that.