Lisianthus Touch Of Pink Seeds

The variety of Lisianthus Touch of Pink produces spectacularly elegant pink-rimmed white, mostly double flowers that are commonly used as cut flowers (particularly weddings) due to their long stems and long-lasting performance. Lisianthus flowers are amongst the most elegant and modern cut-flower varieties, as the beautiful colors (in this case, the pink/white) of the flowers are accented by dusted silver-green foliage providing a dramatically modern and classy display. The variety Lisianthus Touch of Pink is a F1 hybrid variety grown by commercial cut-flower growers supplying only the most discerning florists. Unlike the common species varieties that produce irregular and varied plant and floral characteristics, the Lisianthus Touch of Pink is a proven, first class, top performer. Whilst Lisianthus plants are not the easiest flowers to grow (particularly germinate as the seeds are tiny), provided the seeds are sown after the last frosts, the floral rewards they provide are second to none. Lisianthus plants can be grown together with Gerberas to provide a reliable source of stunningly beautiful flowers.Seeds of all Lisianthus varieties are quite small and can be tricky to germinate, particularly for beginners. For best results, we recommend the use of our Plant Propagation Kit.

Advantages of Lisianthus Touch of Pink

  • Stunningly elegant pink-white flowers
  • Modern and elegant cut flower variety
  • F1 hybrid variety Lisianthus (used by commercial growers)
  • Extended flowering season
  • Highly suitable as a cut flower
  • Bright double flowers in amazing pink-rimmed white


  • 30 - 40cm height at maturity
  • 25 - 30cm apart is suitable planting distance
  • Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade
  • Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
  • Lisianthus plants are not frost hardy and prefer warmer sub-tropical environments
  • Spectacular herbaceous annual

What am I Purchasing?

  • Premium seeds of Lisianthus Touch of Pink
  • Easy to follow seed propagation notes