The flame of purification which must precede all contact with the invisible worlds.
Chinese hibiscus, Hawaiian hibiscus, Rose- of-China
Medium-sized double light salmon pink flower with fine red veins and a deep red centre. Early comment: Agni is the flame of purification and of transformation in the psychic being.
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Light, subtle almost invisible.
Lady of the night, Night jessamine
Small light green narrow tubular flower with five long greenish white lobes, intensely fragrant at night; borne in spraylike clusters. A scandent shrub.
Photo Courtesy: Pipe Stone
Charming and ethereal, it is bound to please.
Bridal bouquet, Christ vine, Snow creeper, Snow-in-the-jungle
Tiny white mildly fragrant salverform flowers borne in delicate many-flowered panicles that form large airy sprays. A rampant vine with large ovate-cordate leaves that are white- pubescent beneath.
Photo Courtesy: Scott.Zona
Fears no obstacle.
Barbados pride, Paradise flower, Peacock flower, Barbados flower fence
Small striking flower with four equal petals, a smaller lip and very long prominent stamens; in orange red with a yellow to orange yellow border; borne in erect racemes. A large somewhat prickly shrub.
Photo Courtesy: Atamari
Elegant and triumphant in its ardour.
Japanese hibiscus, Japanese lantern
Medium-sized single pendulous light red flower streaked with white; the separated petals are deeply indented and fully recurved.
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Fluid, abundant and pure.
Bridal creeper, Horse-tail creeper, Snow creeper
Tiny fragrant white bell-shaped flowers borne in dense snowy cascading racemes. A vigorous vine with small glabrous ovate-cordate leaves.
Photo Courtesy: Forest & Kim Starr