Texas bluebell #1127475



Texas bluebell
Eustoma russellianum

Parents
There are no known parents.

Eustoma russellianum displays a wide range of colors and petal patterns, making it a favorite among flower enthusiasts. While the most common hues are shades of blue and purple, lisianthus flowers can also be found in white, pink, and even yellow. Additionally, some cultivars exhibit streaks, ruffled edges, or contrasting color patterns on their petals, adding to their visual appeal. Lisianthus has gained immense popularity in the floriculture industry and is widely cultivated worldwide. The plants are valued for their long-lasting blooms, which can last up to two weeks in a vase. Through selective breeding, horticulturists have developed various cultivars with improved flower size, color range, and stem length, catering to the demands of both commercial and hobbyist flower growers.

Current Location
This plant is in GrannyBee's Greenhouse.

Jul 2, 2024, 5:39:02 PM
Finally full grown.

Jun 28, 2024, 7:39:03 PM
It began to sprout.

Jun 24, 2024, 9:16:13 PM
Taken by GrannyBee.