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Petunia x hybrida


SUCCESS!® Liberty Mix

Item no. T0892, T0892P
  • Unbeatables series in earliness, uniformity and day length neutrality
  • Earliest series in the industry — 7 days earlier than competition!
  • Most uniform flowering series in the market
  • High flower quality
  • Unique round, mounded habit
  • Excellent garden performance
  • Outstanding performance in ccontainers and hanging baskets
  • To your SUCCESS! – Now 13 enchating colours
  • Annual

  • 12″ / 30 cm

  • Sun

  • Pelleted

  • Bedding, Potplant, Basket, Landscape

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Colour variations

Culture guide

  • Uses: Pots, Hanging Baskets, Mixed Containers and Landscape
  • Exposure: Sun
  • Garden height: 12″ / 30 cm
  • Sowing method: 1 pellet per plug
  • Media: Sowing media: pH 5.5-5.8; keeping the pH below 6.0 will help to keep boron and iron available; EC 1.0 < or 0.75-1.0

    Growing on: pH 5.5-5.8; EC 1.5-2.0
  • Temperature: Plug culture: 22-24 ˚C until radicle emergence and then reduce to 20-21 ˚C. The temperature can be lowered on approximately day 5. Once cotyledons have expanded lower the temperature further to 18-20 ˚C.

    Growing on: Maintain temperatures > 13 °C nights for the first 6 weeks to initiate flower bud development; night temperatures can be lowered further to 10 °C to encourage basal branching and compactness; however – lower temperatures may also substantially decrease the number of flowers initiated; growing at cooler temperatures will produce a higher quality plant. An ADT (average daily temperature) of 19 ˚C will give the fastest finished crop.
  • Fertilization: Plug culture: Maintain an EC < 1.0

    Growing on: Fertilization: Feed at 100-200 ppm nitrogen. Under high light conditions, apply an ammonium-based feed (17-5-17).To prevent stretching under low light conditions apply a calcium-based feed (14-4-14). Under high light and long days an ammonium-based feed (20-10-20) is preferred.