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Supertunia® - What's the Difference?

The Best Petunia. Period.® These beauties are self-cleaning, floriferous and have flowers whose colors span the rainbow. Supertunia® petunias are the best on the market today. 

Supertunia Vista® 

Supertunia Vista® petunias are very vigorous, with mounding habits that can reach up to 2 feet in the landscape and will trail over the edges of baskets and containers up to 3 feet by the end of the season.  They are fantastic landscape plants and are great in large containers, where they function as both fillers and spillers.  In garden beds, they will work either in the front or middle of the bed.  They have medium-sized flowers. They are the largest Supertunias both in height and width.

Best companions for Supertunia Vista petunias:
Suncredible® sunflowers
ColorBlaze® Drop varieties of coleus
Senorita cleomes
Snow Princess® and Blushing Princess® sweet alyssum
Diamond Mountain® euphorbia
Rockin'® salvias
Superbena® verbenas
Angelface® Super varieties of angelonia
Toucan® cannas
Sweet Caroline sweet potato vines
Truffula Pink globe amaranth
King Tut® papyrus
Silver Falls dichondra
Vinca vine
Swedish ivy


Standard Supertunia® 

Standard Supertunia petunias are vigorous with slightly mounded habits that function as both fillers and spillers in containers.  They are also excellent landscape plants, best suited to be placed near the front of beds.  They have medium to large sized flowers. Compared to Supertunia Vista, these plants are shorter, but over time can almost match the spread of a Vista. They function as fillers and spillers in combination recipes.

Most varieties of Supertunia petunias have single flowers, but also look for our double-flowered Supertunias: Priscilla and Sharon

Supertunia Giant Pink petunia is included in our standard Supertunia collection because its vigor is similar. However, its flowers are significantly larger with thicker, weather-resistant petals and its habit is more trailing. 

Most annuals pair well with standard Supertunia petunias.
Here are a few companions to try:
Superbells® calibrachoa (in containers only)
Superbena® verbena
ColorBlaze® coleus upright varieties
Vermillionaire® cuphea
Truffula Pink globe amaranth
Annual fountain grass
Prince Tut papyrus
Augusta Lavender heliotrope
Luscious® lantanas
Unplugged® salvias
Whirlwind® fan flower
Superbena Sparkling® verbena
Summer Wave® Torenia
Meteor Shower® tall verbena


Supertunia Mini Vista®

Supertunia Mini Vista petunias are mounded, but will also spill over the edges of containers.  They are great container plants and will function as both spillers and fillers in combination planters.  They are incredibly good landscape plants, best used at the front of beds.  They are very densely branched plants.  They have small to very small flowers, similar in size to a large Superbells Calibrachoa flower.  They are a great substitute for Calibrachoa in landscapes without excellent drainage – Calibrachoa require excellent drainage to thrive, while petunias are much more forgiving.

Best companions for Supertunia Mini Vista petunias:
Baby Tut® and Queen Tut papyrus
ColorBlaze® Royale varieties of coleus
Safari series of Jamesbrittenia
Laguna® lobelia
White Knight® and Violet Knight® sweet alyssum
Unplugged® salvias
Superbena Royale® varieties of verbena
Catalina® Torenia
Meteor Shower® tall verbena
Aromance® collection of nemesia
Angelface® Cascade angelonia
Whirlwind® fan flowers
Lemon Coral® sedum
Silver Bullet® artemisia
Licorice plants



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