Who might this be?
I would vote for A. fargesii. It is very similar to A. franchetianum, but differs in having strongly reflexed mouth margins.(Ref. PBS WiKi), which yours apparently has.
Bet you ordered another selection and received this beauty instead. It happened to me!
Could be either fargesii or franchetianum
A. fargesii and franchetianum are almost indistinguishable from each other; the franchetianum inflorescence opens at the same time as the leaves, fargesii just after.