Petunia F1 ‘Opera Supreme Pink Morn’ named 2007 ASS Bedding Plant Award Winner. Photo courtesy of ASS.
Iridescent pink blooms are the unique feature of this vigorous trailing petunia. A silvery shine causes blooms to shimmer, capturing an admirer’s attention from a distance. The 2.5-inch flowers are pink, shading to creamy white in the center, with a yellow throat. These three colors on a bloom are named a “morn” type. ‘Opera Supreme Pink Morn’ plants have many qualities that every gardener wants to find. Plants are continuously flowering. Gardeners can relax and let the plants do what comes naturally - flower. The hybrid plants are capable of growing three feet in sunny locations. This spreading quality covers garden soil and can choke weeds beautifully. Plants attain a height of only 4 to 6 inches. ‘Opera Supreme Pink Morn’ can be relied on for exceptional garden performance without pruning or deadheading. Less work enables gardeners more leisure time in the garden.
Genus species: Petunia x hybrida
Common name: Petunia
Unique qualities: New iridescent pink color in trailing petunias
Flower size: 2.5 inches
Color(s): Pink shading to creamy white with a yellow throat
Plant height: 4 to 6 inches
Plant width: Spread of 3 feet
Garden Spacing: Two feet apart
Length of time from sowing seed to flower: 90 to 110 days
Closest comparison(s) on market: ‘Wave Pink’, ‘Celebrity Chiffon Morn’
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2007 AAS Bedding Plant Award Winner