I'd love help identifying this plant that I spotted in Amman, Jordan. It is about 3 feet tall, and nearly as wide. It seemed to be quite hardy, as it was growing in a break in the sidewalk. It has fuchsia colored flowers, about 1/2" across, with long stamens. The leaves are about 2 - 2 1/2" long. The two photos below are the only ones I have, but hopefully show enough of the flowers and leaves for an identification.
I think it might be Mirabilis, possibly Mirabilis jalapa, common name four o'clock plant because it tends to open its flowers in the afternoon. Some are annuals, others are tuberous rooted, but in cooler regions like the UK, they're usually grown as annuals
and Wiki entry here
There are other Mirabilis varieties - M.longiflora, M.multiflora and M. laevis