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Lisianthus is a pretty flower that is sometimes confused for a rose. On each stem of lisianthus, there are about four to
six colourful blooms that can be used in flower arrangements and bouquets. In addition to white, which is perhaps the most common colour,
one can also obtain purple, light green, and pink lisianthus. There is also a nice two-tone lisianthus featuring a combination of
white and purple.
Since they have multiple blooms per head, sometimes only one or two stems are required to create a flower arrangement or
bouquet in conjunction with other matching flowers. They are also a good choice in wedding centerpieces and altar arrangements. Compared to some
other flowers, lisianthus are not as long-lasting. When lisianthus starts to age, the outer petals on a lisianthus head will start to wilt or
White lisianthus is available throughout the year, with the other colours being available when suppliers have them in stock.
Power Flowers maintains a regular supply of white lisianthus, and we attempt to obtain the other colours (especially the
white and purple two-tone lisianthus) when generally available.
Some Power Flowers Arrangements or Bouquets Containing Lisianthus