I just bought this really pretty flower but have no idea what it is!
I live in Korea and when I asked the lady the name of it I could not understand the answer. It is so pretty and I want to make sure I care for her properly. I thought I could post a picture. It is a pinkish-purple. It looks tropical to me. Each flower has 4 petal that are kind of whispy looking.
Please help with any tips you can offer. Thank you
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