Picasso in Pink Supertunia is a Proven Winner plant that is heat tolerant. For a blooming annual, the Picasso In Pink Supertunia blooms and blooms and blooms bright pink flowers with green edging. No worries about deadheading this petunia, it is not necessary. To keep the blooms going into July and August, fertilize. Use a slow release fertilizer when you plant, then again in April and May. Starting in June fertilize weekly then in July trim it back. As the weather gets hotter you may need to feed your Supertunia every 3rd time you water. This Supertunia has a slightly mounded habit that makes it a great plant for spilling over the edge of a pot or even as the filler in a plant arrangement. If you are looking for a landscape plant for the front of beds, Picasso in Pink Supertunia is an excellent choice for lots of low growing color. The very best part about Picasso in Pink Supertunia is that it is a butterfly and hummingbird nectar plant!
Planting time – spring
Grows 8-12” tall
Spread is 24-36”
Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies