Lisianthus

Care Instructions

Lisianthus are delicate and may arrive looking green which is completely normal! Initial hydration is key so be sure to trim at a 45 degree angle and add to vase filled with water. Lisianthus tend to be thirsty flowers so check water level and refresh as needed.

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light

Indirect

When the path of sunlight reaching your plant is not direct, or is filtered by something else (ex: sheer curtains).

water

Every 2-3 Days Full

Keep your vase filled with water. Water should be changed every 2 to 3 days.

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Farmer Gino

Farmer Gino

Ecuador

Gino’s farm grows the world’s best roses, and not in a New York City “World’s Best Coffee” kind of way either. These babies are perfecto! Grown on a Volcano 10,000 feet above sea level in the most sun possible, the flowers benefit from volcanic run-off of pure ice-melt water, hence their name “Volcano Roses”. Also, Gino's farm is Rainforest Alliance certified.

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