This flower seen on the left side is a well-known Garden inhabitant. She symbolises “Divine Grace”, a most fortunate vibration. Here the plant is called “Grace” –due to her inner vibration- , scientifically she is known as Hibiscus mutabilus and commonly known as the confederate rose or cotton rose. This beautiful double hibiscus species has amazing flowers. The size of a full grown flower is 6 inches across. The flower blooms only for one day –in colder climates 2 days- and starts in the morning with a beautiful snow white colour and gradually changes into light-pink in midday and at the end of the day it has a purple pinkish flower (like cotton-candy).
Over 500 of these beautiful plants are already planted in the Garden. In November we started planting one “Grace” daily. We will continue this for one full year. If this project succeeds we hope that Divine Grace will be blooming daily in the Garden.
The picture above is the Grace flower as seen in the morning. A beautiful white colour.
As you see above the Grace has changed to a pink colour on midday.
At the end of the day the Grace flower has a deep pinkish cotton-candy colour.