The performative art installation is a rose uses plants as natural interfaces in order to establish a direct relation between natural and technological systems. The installation is used to visualize digital-physical interaction that is not necessarily explicit – triggered by touch or air movement, by direct and non-direct manipulation, depicting the sum of all interactions during the course of the day. The technical realization consists of detection of the movement of plants caused by the movements in their immediate vicinity and the subsequent deformation of a computer-generated sphere. The paper is explaining several different layers of meanings the artist was motivated by when developing the artwork.