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What flowers?

Postby radstockjeff » 13 Jul 2021, 17:39

Had some flowers delivered today but can't readily identify them. Any suggestions?

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Re: What flowers?

Postby Tresagreen » 13 Jul 2021, 19:17

Pretty sure they are Lisianthus Jeff, very popular with florists. They represent appreciation, gratitude and charisma. Usually sent as a Thankyou bouquet, or to a loved one or someone who is admired. :D T
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Re: What flowers?

Postby radstockjeff » 13 Jul 2021, 21:59

Thanks for that T. Not heard of them before.
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