Definition of lisianthus
- A rose by any other name would be called lisianthus. The pretty, delicate annual, with a ruffled bloom often likened to the rose, is emerging as the trendy gardener's must-have flower.
- —Shawn Sell, USA Today, 27 June 2003
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