Aurora. This 1895 Marliac creation changes colors and patterns of leaves and blossoms from day to day. This single plant can be considered to be actually as many as three plants growing as one. Because of this ability to change the plant was named Aurora. The blossoms undergo the most remarkable series of color changes. On opening day, they are a creamy yellow, orange the next day, and finally turn a mixed red. Leaves are miniature with both surfaces beautifully mottled with maroon. One of the best for the tub garden or a beauty in miniature in any water garden pool.