Petchoa hybrida 'SuperCal Terra Cotta'
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Supercal is a great plant to add to any floral environment. Its high versatility and broad range of temperature tolerance makes it a wise choice for and floral environment. Create a canopy of color in beautiful potted combinations and garden landscapes. Petchoa Supercal Series flowers all have a spread of 12-16 inches, requiring a space of 12-15 inches to properly grow, and an optimal height of 10-14 inches. Vibrant, colorful blooms rich green foliage all season. The ability to thrive in full or part sun, tolerate both cooler and warmer temperatures, complement many other plants or flowers or simply stand alone make it a great choice for your home and garden.
- Ideal Combination of Petunia & Calibrachoa Genetics
- Strong Roots Minimize Disease & pH Problems
- Early Flowering & Low Temperature Requirement for Cost Effective, Early Season Production
- Non-Sticky Foliage
- Breeder: Sakata
- Bloom Color: Orange Salmon
- Height: 10-14 Inches
- Spread: 12-16 Inches
- Spacing: 12-15 Inches
- Zone: Zones 10 - 11
- RC 102 Tray
Petchoa is a semi-trailing to trailing, annual and tender perennial. This revolutionary hybrid is a fairly new genus; a result of the genetic cross between a petunia and calibrachoa. The Petchoa plant features the best characteristics of two top selling species. They inherit strong roots, providing good pH tolerance and foliage health under stressful conditions, excellent plant vigor, large flowers, and ease of growing from their Petunia parent. The Calibrachoa side contributes the genes for an intense and vibrant flower that holds up under severe weather, and lush but non-sticky foliage that maintains a fresh clean look not requiring additional maintenance.
Supercal, a series developed by Sakata, includes eleven different varieties, each conveying a uniquely colored blossom. This vigorous plant will grow two-inch bell shaped flowers on rich green foliage. It is commonly used in hanging baskets, container combinations, and for mass planting in the landscape. Taller and fuller varieties go nicely as mixed fillers in the garden. Supercal grows best in moist, fertile, well-drained soil, and is a full to partial sun exposure flower. A unique feature of Supercal is its ability to maintain color while tolerating the early cooler temperatures in the 20’s, remaining unharmed by frost, and the higher temperatures, without being scorched by the heat. Petchoa will continuously bloom all season long. Key features of this variety include heat, frost, and drought tolerance, and no deadheading required.