Pink and White Wreath Ring

£40.00£80.00

This Pink and White Wreath Ring is perfect for a more ‘feminine feel’. The main flowers being Pink Roses, Pink Lisianthus, White Lisianthus and White Gerbera.  Other complementing flowers will be included as according to seasonality and availability.  The tribute is completed with soft flowing, fresh seasonal foliage and structural Steel Grass

Three options are available

  • Classic –  12″
  • Superior – 14″
  • Deluxe –   16″
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This Pink and White Wreath Ring is perfect for a more ‘feminine feel’.  The main flowers being Pink Roses, Pink Lisianthus, White Lisianthus and White Gerbera.  Other complementing flowers will be included as according to seasonality and availability.  The tribute is completed with soft flowing, fresh seasonal foliage.

Three options are available

  • Classic –  12″
  • Superior – 14″
  • Deluxe –   16″

Eustoma (Lisianthus), a genus of three species, grows natively in warm regions of the Southern United States, Mexico, Caribbean and northern South America. Examples grow mostly in grassland and in areas of disturbed ground. These flowers are commonly known as Lisianthus flowers.

They are herbaceous annuals, growing to 15–60 cm tall, with bluish green, slightly succulent leaves and large funnel-shaped flowers growing on long straight stems: sometimes erect single stems, other times growing on branching stems that can rise to be three feet tall. The flowers can grow up to two inches across and can be found in a variety of colors. They have been found in all shades of pink, purple, white, and blue. In addition, some are bicolored and some are occasionally found in yellow or carmine-red.

Lisianthus flowers are either single-flowered or double-flowered. Both types of flowers can be found in all ranges of the possible colors listed above.

They are usually one to three feet tall, although there are dwarf varieties that only grow up to eight inches in height. Lisianthus flowers are tricky to grow and require some maintenance. They have tiny seeds that must be sown on the surface, not buried,and they must be planted in rich, well-drained soil and exposed to full sun. They must be kept moist but not over watered:  over watering may result in the growth and development of fungal diseases. Lisianthus flowers will begin to bloom in early summer and some will continue to bloom throughout the later months of the summer. When cut, Lisianthus flowers can last anywhere from two to three weeks in a vase.

Eustoma russellianum is particularly popular and has a number of cultivars that are grown for the cut-flower market. The cultivated flower is also often known as Lisianthus, Texas bluebell, prairie gentian, tulip gentian, or just gentian, although the last name can cause confusion with the related Gentiana plant genus. Eustoma is named after the Greek words eu, which means good, and stoma, which means mouth. Lisianthus on the other hand comes from the Greek words lissos, meaning smooth, and anthos, which means flower