Lisianthus is a tender perennial flower that is often grown as an annual.  Lisianthus plants are most commonly available in white, pink, purple, and cream, but you may occasionally see yellow or red flowering plants for sale.
    It can be found as annual and perennial.
    Also known genus as Eustoma.

Meaning of Lisianthus

    The most common meaning of Lisianthus Flower is gratitude. It’s the floral equivalent of saying. “I appreciate you!
    Another positive meaning of the Lisianthus is the joining of two people for a lifelong bond.
    Other meanings;

  1. Being the birth flower of the Sagittarius astrological sign
  2. The joining of two people for a lifelong bond
  3. Expressing gratitude for a gift or favor from a friend
  4. Showing someone how much appreciate them, especially for their social skills or warm personality
  5. Trying to convince someone you’re charismatic and charming
  6. Traditional values and old fashioned morals.

Symbolism of Lisianthus

    Lisianthus Flowers have gained a handful of symbolism over time, and you can use this floral to send a message to your friend, colleague or bride-to-be. They also make great birthday flowers.
    The attention given will be returned tenfold, and it symbolized rising above one’s surroundings and being thankful for everything in one’s life.
    It symbolizes rising above your surroundings and being grateful for everything in your life.

Meaning of Lisianthus By Color

Grow and Care

  • Planting; lisianthus planted from seeds grows slowly. It reaches flowering maturity in 5 to 6 months. Planting should be in spring. Frequent staking is important. The plant likes full sun that it must have at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight. The more consistent sunlight your lisianthus gets, the better foliage and flowers your plant will have. Well drained soil places is the best for them. Lisianthus is a heat-loving plant.
  • Watering; careful watering. It needs to be stay moist, but never allow them stay soggy. Over-watering your plant can encourage the development of fungal diseases.
  • Fertilization; precise feeding. Lisianthus prefers soil that is rich in organic matter such as manure, compost, or leaf mold. Choose a flower fertilizer with one and a half times the amount of potassium as nitrogen, and apply it according to package directions throughout the plant's growing season. LIsanthus require feeding at least monthly, and more often if rainfall is frequent.
  • Pruning; Start by trimming the stems of the plant back to the basal rosette of foliage after their initial bloom. Then, give your plants all the pampering they crave, including thorough weeding, regular irrigation, and plenty of fertilizing.