A new addition to my little garden, I'm not sure of its real name nor its scientific name but the seller at the nursery told me that this is called "Cigarette Cupia" The coloration and texture at the tip of the flower looks like a lighted cigarette with ash. This is a tiny little flower which is about 1 inch in length and the plant grows about a feet tall from the ground.
Edited: I had the wrong spelling for the Cuphea, thanks to Rosie for pointing me in the right direction, after her comment i was able to find some information about this plant, here we go....
Cuphea Ignea (Ignea means fire in Latin), popularly know as cigarette plant, cigar flower, firecracker flower and sometimes mexian cigar flower.
Family: Lythraceae (Loosestife)
Origin: Native to islands of West Indies and Mexico
Light: Sun-part shade
Blooms: Small, red, 1" long, cigar-shaped; thin pistil apears as the pencil-thin-sized flower matures, blooms year round