The white spots on the dark violet flower look like an ever-changing star constellation in the night sky. This newcomer from cuttings is easy to grow and transport thanks to its semi-trailing plant habit. Night Sky flowers very early and convinces with excellent branching. Perfect as a stand-alone item, the splendid, white spotted violet blooms will also shine in baskets and mixed containers. Thanks to the perfectly chosen name, this unique plant has an inspiring story to tell and brings the night sky to the terrace or balcony.
Petunia ‘Night Sky’ has already been awarded a prestigious Fleurostar award by industry insiders, and rightly so. The launch of this special flower marks a breeding breakthrough. No other Petunia plant can boast the starry speckled pattern of this unique bloom. White speckles against a deep purple-blue backing recreate a clear night sky. You’ll get lost gazing at the myriad of patterns – each flower is totally unique. Possibly the most distinctive bloom you’ve seen on this planet, let this petunia spill from hanging baskets and patio containers for a particularly eye catching display this summer. Petunias are one of the most popular garden bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage that is hairy and somewhat sticky. Petunias are prolific bloomers, although some forms require deadheading to keep them going. Spreading type petunias, which include The ‘Wave’, ‘Supertunia’, ‘Cascadia’ and ‘Surfinia’ series are some of the most popular petunias because most don’t need deadheading and they can be used as garden plants, ground covers or trailing in containers.