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Opera Supreme Series F1

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More colors now join the AAS winner Opera Supreme Pink Morn, after its successful launch last season. The series was bred for its mounded, yet low-growing plant habit that is covered with a profusion of blooms that literally encase the plant, from center to tip. The 2-3’ trailing habit makes it versatile enough for a number of uses such as hanging baskets, window boxes and planters, mixed containers, and 4” production for garden beds. Opera Supreme demonstrates less day-length sensitivity than some other series on the market, causing it to flower earlier in the production cycle. In a marketplace that is well filled with spreading petunias, we were impressed enough with the last summer’s performance of Pink Morn, and with the new colors at the pack trials to list them for our customers.

Photo of Petunia Opera Supreme Blue F1 Pelleted, Petunia
Petunia Opera Supreme Blue F1

Photo of Petunia Opera Supreme Pink Morn F1 Pelleted, Opera Supreme Series F1
Petunia Opera Supreme Pink Morn F1

Photo of Petunia Opera Supreme Purple F1 Pelleted, Petunia
Petunia Opera Supreme Purple F1

Petunia Opera Supreme Red F1
Petunia Opera Supreme Red F1

Photo of Petunia Opera Supreme White F1 Pelleted, Petunia
Petunia Opera Supreme White F1


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