When Lisianthus flowers are in full bloom, they are often mistaken as roses or peonies. They may look delicate, but they abundantly flourish in hot grasslands and they can last up to a few weeks in a floral arrangement.
Some varieties of Lisianthus flowers’ annual look resemble a blue rose. However, one of their notable characteristics is their long-stemmed, almond-shaped buds. When added to a bouquet or an arrangement, these buds imbibe a rustic and romantic look.
Lisianthus flowers have ruffled bell-shaped petals that come in colours like purple, pink, white and sometimes in a gradient hue. They are available year-round, so there’s an abundant supply for flower shops regardless of the season. Contact us today.