It looks amazingly like a white rose, both in bud and in flower. But it's easy to grow alongside other annuals, unfazed by heat and drought. This wonderful variety has pristine white 2" flowers. A row will yield many dozens of "roses" all summer and for just pennies each. It's relatively difficult to grow from seed, so we offer only ready-to-go plants.
Plant outside after all danger of frost in well-drained soil and full sun.
How to Grow
Once established, lisianthus plants require little care. They can tolerate drought and will bloom continuously until the first frost.
Lisianthus is grown primarily for its stunning, long-lasting cut flowers. The shorter cultivars are attractive in containers. All types can be used in borders or as edgings, as long as they are spaced closely together.