Petunia

Supertunia Vista Silverberry

Supertunia Vista Silverberry is part of the elite group of best selling Proven Winner products. The silvery bloom is dusted with a rosy pink center and deeper rose veining. Putting together amazing combinations is easy with Silverberry because it combines well with so many colors. Use in hanging baskets, large window boxes and containers as well as landscape beds. In your landscape beds the Vista Petunia can be used as a border or mid-range plant. Just give her a little room to run and you will be amazed with the spread and performance. Best Seller - Award Winning - Long Blooming - Head and Drought Tolerant
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Supertunia Vista Silverberry
  • Planting + Care

Size & Spacing

  • Bed Spacing: 18"
  • Mature Width: 24-36"
  • Mature Height: 12-24"

Planting Type

  • Good for Containers
  • Ground Cover
  • Border

Seasons

  • Early Spring
  • Spring
  • Summer

Type

  • Annual

Sun/Shade

  • Full Sun
  • Partial Sun

Growth Habit

  • Trailing
  • Water Requirements

    • Normal

    Fertilizer

    • Heavy Feeder

Colors

    Tolerant to

    • Drought
    • Heat

    Attracts

    • Bee Friendly
    • Butterflies

    Bloom/Interest Range

    • Jan
    • Feb
    • Mar
    • Apr
    • May
    • Jun
    • Jul
    • Aug
    • Sep
    • Oct
    • Nov
    • Dec

    Growth Characteristics:
    Vigorous plants with a mounding and spreading growth habit are great for hanging baskets, containers and landscape beds.

    Care & Maintenance:
    Supertunias are self cleaning and will not require deadheading. The keep them performing at their very best, add a slow release fertilizer at planting then fertilize with a liquid feed weekly as the summer heat sets in. In July, give the plant a good trim just after the July 4th Holiday, add some more slow release fertilizer and continue to liquid feed every week. You can trim to the bottom of the pot or just the long branches. A good rule of thumb is about 20% off the long growth. Petunias are heavy feeders and can respond well to a light liquid feed every time you water. Keep up the trimming as needed and you will be rewarded with bounds of beautiful blooms.