Double Cascade Orchid Mist Petunia Flowers


Double Cascade Orchid Mist Petunia

Double Cascade Orchid Mist Petunia

These frilly, petal-packed blooms are one of the best sources of lush color for the garden or container! Double Cascade Orchid Mist boasts flowers a full 4 inches across, fully double, and elaborately ruffled, so that they resemble Carnations more than Petunias! These blooms erupt all over vigorous 15- to 18-inch plants, creating a long, colorful show.Perfect for containers of any kind, this spreading plant erupts from hanging baskets, leans out of window boxes, and tumbles from planters! It spreads 24 to 30 inches wide, with a well-branched habit.

A charming duet of soft pink and orchid mist, form this exclusive trailing petunia blend. Large double and semi-double blooms on cascading stems produced throughout summer. Excellent in baskets and containers. Growing tip: Get the best out of your petunias with our specially formulated Petunia Fertilizer – the perfect balance of nutrients to get them off to a flying start and nourish them through the summer.The petunia in any of its forms is the most universally known and widely used annual flowering plant in the world. It is an asset anywhere with bright colors in all shades. The plants have soft stems and may trail which makes them attractive in hanging baskets.
This variety is renowned for featuring earliness, excellent habit and good branching, and are more compact and 2 to 4 weeks earlier to flower than the older grandiflora doubles.

Petunia Flowers are bright and lively, bloom from spring until frost, and scent the air with lovely fragrance. Best of all, they’re amazingly easy to grow, both in the garden and in containers.Petunias are one of the most popular garden bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage that is hairy and sticky.┬áPetunias are annual flowering plants, native to Argentina. Within the petunia family there is great variety: single and double blooms, ruffled or smooth petals, striped, veined or solid colors, mounding and cascading habits and even some fragrance.