Flowers that change colours

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1. Hibiscus mutabilis (Rose Mallow)

This beautiful flowering shrub produces white flowers in the morning that gradually change to shades of pink throughout the day, eventually turning a deep red by evening.

Hibiscus mutabilis | Image: Google

2. Hydrangea

The vibrant colors of hydrangeas (blue, pink, purple) are not caused by pigments, but by the presence of aluminum in the soil. More acidic soil allows aluminum to be absorbed by the plant, resulting in blue flowers.

Hydrangea | Image: Google

3. Bougainvillea

The colorful bracts (modified leaves) of bougainvillea plants often mistaken for petals come in a wide range of colors, including pink, purple, orange, red, and white. Bougainvillea bracts may change color slightly as they mature.

Bougainvillea | Image: Google

4. Morning Glory (Ipomoea tricolor)

These vining plants unfurl vibrant blue or purple flowers each morning, and then change to a paler shade of pink or purple in the afternoon before wilting in the evening.

Morning Glory | Image: Google

5. Water Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

This aquatic perennial produces large, fragrant flowers that change color over several days. The flowers typically open pink and gradually change to white or pale yellow as they mature.

Water Lotus | Image: Google