This is one of those annuals that you will want to give a front and center location to. From spring until frost, you can expect a very showy silvery white flower with dark brown to purple throat and veins. The flowers themselves are medium to large in size.
This is a heat and drought tolerant petunia, but the extreme August heat will often lower the amount of blooms produced after mid-August. It has a slightly mounded form but is great in hanging baskets and alrge containers because it will happily trail over the edges of your pots. Both butterflies and hummingbirds are fans, which makes us an even bigger fan.
It’s great for mixed container gardens because the pop of silvery white will give your other plantings the compliment they need.