Spacing: 24" (61cm)
Scientific Name: Petunia cultivars
Hardiness Degree: 40°F (4.4°C)
Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring, Summer
Plant Habit: Mounded, Trailing
Fertilize: Once a week
Height: 10 - 16" (25 - 41cm)
Width: 24 - 36" (61 - 91cm)
General Information: Ground Breaking new color pattern on a mounded trailing petunia variety.
Boldly goes where no petunia has gone before…Light years from usual! This might be the most distinctive bloom you’ve ever seen on this planet. Matches Headliner in habit, timing and vigor. Due to the varying color pattern of Night Sky, we do not warrant Night Sky to flower in a consistent color or pattern and no claims will be accepted.
This part taken from http://www.ballseed.com/PlantInfo
I have been looking up information to share with you about combination plants for combination planters. There are many on the grower's market of having 3 plants in a plug so all we as growers have to do is transplant and grow into hanging baskets, terra cotta containers or single pots for you as a gardener to take home and add to your garden. We have been planting many different kinds, and when they are full grown I will take pictures of them. We will have them in 12" baskets for $12.00 each, we will have them in 14" sphagnum peat moss baskets for $25.00. ( the reason why is the price of the hanging basket for the look of sphagnum and wire.) We will have 10" landscape terra cotta pots full ready to use in your gardens for $15.00. Plus single 4 " pots of these plants for you to do whatever you want to in your garden for $4.99. Keep that in mind when you are looking to add to your gardens. I suppose I better quit this post and get ready to plant as we have 1000's of little plants to transplant. I have to love this when I see all the work we have to do. Till next time, this is Becky Litterer from Becky's Greenhouse, Dougherty Iowa