Petunias III / Petunia x hybrida

petuniarimmagenta (300x287)Petunia x hybrida ‘Cascadias Rim Magenta’ – A trailing petunia with abundant smaller blooms of a deep magenta-purple exquisitely edged in ivory. These are borne from late May through to October with regular feeding with higher phosphorus. ‘Cascadia Rim Magenta’ is a great choice for hanging baskets and large containers. Grows 12″ high by 16″ wide. Annual.

petuniaflashmobbluerite (300x292)Petunia x hybrida ‘Flash Mob Bluerific’ – A real breakthrough form for petunias with bright bluish-purple blooms with paler centers (and a yellow throat) that give the appearance of a colour explosion. It has a strong spreading habit that shows well in patio planters and hanging baskets. It is best fertilized with a slow-release 14-14-14. Grows 10-16″ tall by 20-30″ wide. Annual.

petuniachachingcherry (290x300)Petunia x hybrida ‘Cha-Ching Cherry’ – An eye-catching Petunia with jewel tone colours of deep cherry red and primrose yellow presented in a star or pinwheel pattern. The striped blooms stand well on their own or they can be combined with white Bacopa or yellow Bidens. They form compact, mounded plants with nicely contrasting mid-green foliage. Grows 10-16″ high by 16-20″.

petuniaindiansummer (300x295)Petunia x hybrida ‘Cascadias Indian Summer’ – This petunia is a true work of art with large variable blooms of yellow, orange, pink and terracotta that create a canvas of colour. These stand up well as a solitary hanging basket specimen or as a focal point in large containers. It has a cascading habit and blooms all summer with regular feeding. Grows 8-20″ high by 36-48″ wide. Annual.

petuniaautumnmystery (300x297)Petunia x hybrida ‘Cascadias Autumn Mystery’ – The muted or antiqued look of the creamy-yellow blooms accented with mahogany-brown to rich burgundy centers adds a touch of class to any garden. This petunia is well branched, creating a full display for window boxes and hanging baskets. Blooms for about 3 months. Grows 12-14″ high by 16-20″ wide. Annual.

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