Flowers Lisianthus
Lisianthus
Lisianthus
Lisianthus has long been grown as a cut flower, prized for its striking, rose-like beauty, wide range of colors — purple, rose, blush, white, green, cream, and various bicolors — and exceptional vase life. Lisianthus can be exacting in its culture, but with a little patience and attention to temperature and water control, you can produce a reliable supply of premium-quality blooms. Follow our Guide to Growing Lisianthus to achieve a successful, season-long harvest.
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New
Doublini Blue
New! Adorable miniature blooms.
145 - 155 Days
New
Roseanne Deep Brown
Outstanding tarnished-copper to plum-colored flowers.
New! Outstanding tarnished-copper to plum-colored flowers.
145 - 150 Days
New
Doublini Rose Pink
New! Adorable miniature blooms.
145 - 155 Days
New
Doublini White
New! Adorable miniature blooms.
145 - 155 Days
Darkest purple lisianthus.
140 - 150 Days
Pure white flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Truly green lisianthus.
140 - 150 Days
Blooms are reminiscent of an antique tea rose.
155 - 165 Days
Blooms are reminiscent of an antique tea rose.
155 - 165 Days
Blooms are reminiscent of an antique tea rose.
155 - 165 Days
Dark blue flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Pale pink flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Beautiful, rose-like flowers.
120 - 140 Days
Carmine-red flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Soft lavender flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Pale, creamy yellow flowers for early spring to summer harvest.
140 - 150 Days
Blooms are reminiscent of an antique tea rose.
155 - 165 Days
Blooms are reminiscent of an antique tea rose.
155 - 165 Days
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