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#368037 Apr 14th, 2013 at 04:24 AM
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I think it started with lus... but I'm not sure. It was an annual that has flowers that look like very delicate rose buds. The blooms come in a pastel blue, pink, or white. I was determined to remember what they were so I could get more. And I didn't even get a picture of them. Can anyone guess what they might be?


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I looked up annuals that start with Lus, nothing that showed tiny rose like blooms that comes in those colors,, I'll keep looking for you maybe it starts with something else??


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Originally Posted by Bill



I bet that is it Bill, it looks like what she described,, grin


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Yes that's it. Thank you so much. No wonder I couldn't find it. I didn't even have the first 3 letters right.

I've written the name down on a post it, now I just have to see if the local nursery sells them or if I can get seeds.


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I ordered a yellow and a red variety of Lisianthus yesterday for the garden. Those aren't natural colors for it so I'm interested to see what actually comes up.


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