The Lissianthus, known as Texas bluebell, Prairie gentian, Poor man’s rose and Lira de San Pedro, is native to the Continental US. The Lisianthus comes in a variety of colors including purple, pink, green, and white.

Often mistaken for a peony rose, the delicate ballerina like flower heads of the gorgeous Lisianthus bloom are in fact more robust than they appear and have an enviably extended vase life as a cut flower, lasting over 2 weeks if maintained effectively.

Available in pictured pink, white and purple

Small – 10 x Stems
Medium – 25 x Stems
Large – 50 x Stems

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Chisai, Daen, Large, Medium, Naka, Small


Pink, Purple, White


Paper, Vase