This gorgeous flower, native to Texas & Mexico, has long held an important role in communicating a deep, heartfelt, romantic desire. In their single-form variety, lisianthus may resemble tulips or poppies. In their double form, they can take on the appearance of roses or peonies.
The meaning of the lisianthus has changed a bit over the years, so that now it communicates charisma and congeniality. Send a bouquet of lisianthus to someone you admire or adore and let them know how much you appreciate their outgoing personality.
In Vietnammese culture, Lisianthus symbolize for happiness, luck and richness.