Posts Tagged ‘Pretty Much Picasso’
Amazing Pretty Much Picasso & Snow Princess Petunias Planted in a Pamela Crawford Basket. The transition this planter has made over the past 2 1/2 months is amazing. Diane has done an excellent job in keeping her plants well watered and feeds them often. Pretty Much Picasso is a very thirsty and hungry plant and does require good care to keep it looking this amazing! Photos by Diane K.
Supertunia Pretty Much Picasso has quickly soared to our top seller list this winter. This Petunia plant is new for 2010 is a must have flower that is sure to turn heads and strike up a conversation in your garden. When I first saw it last summer at a large plant convention I wasn’t sure what I thought. But after looking at it through out the day is quickly grew on me. The unique colors make this unlike any other petunia plant. Pretty Much Picasso is a petunia hybrid that is the first of its kind with bright pink blooms edged in a lime-green accent. One plant can grow up to 24 inches across and lasts weeks longer than other petunias! Mix Supertunia Pretty Much Picasso with Lobularia Snow Princess for a breath taking combination. Performs great in baskets, containers, and in the landscape. Fertilize often for best results.