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Headliner Raspberry Swirl Petunia Plants

Petunia cultivars "raspberry swirl'

Vibrant purple flowers with thick white stripes, make this annual perfect for hanging baskets. At this time we cannot guarantee this plant will be in bloom upon delivery.

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Headliner Rasberry Swirl Petunia Plants for Sale Online

Headliner Rasberry Swirl Petunia is an annual with vibrant purple blues with a unique twist. They also have thick white stripes, which gives them their name Rasberry Swirl. They are trailing plants making them amazing for hanging basket displays or mounding flowers as well. Their bright flowers attract pollinators such as hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, and more.

In full sun and well-draining soil, they are super easy plants to grow. When they reach full maturity these Petunias can grow up to 1 foot tall and spread over 3 feet wide. Mostly known to be an annual plant in the majority of growing zones, they can be considered perennials if you live in hardiness zones 10 or 11.


Growzone: 10-11 Headliner Raspberry Swirl Petunia Plants Hardiness Zones 10-11
Hardiness Zone: 10-11
Mature Height: 12 to 18 Inches
Mature Width: 30 to 40 Inches
Classification: Annual
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Habit: Spreading, clump forming
Flower Color: Vibrant purple, white stripes
Foliage: Glossy green
Soil Condition: Well-draining, moist
Water Requirements: Likes to stay slightly moist
Uses: Mass planting, container plant, hanging basket

How to Care for Headliner Raspberry Swirl Petunia Plants

Before you buy a Cascadia Purple Gem Petunia, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving!

What Type Of Fertilizer Does My Raspberry Swirl Petunia Require?

What Type Of Fertilizer Does My Raspberry Swirl Petunia Require?

To best ensure your Headliner Petunia thrives, we recommend feeding them every week during the summer. This is their growing period of the year and adding some fertilizer to their soil will help them grow to their fullest potential. For them to achieve their large blossoms, use a flower-focused fertilizer such as Espoma Flower Tone.

How Do I Water Headliner Petunias?

How Do I Water Headliner Petunias?

Headliner Petunias grow best in well-draining, evenly moist soils. We suggest watering your plant fairly regularly or whenever you notice their soil is dry about 1 inch deep. Be careful when watering your raspberry swirl petunia because they can get root rot disease very easily. This is caused when a plant is overwatered and its roots are sitting in standing water for too long without any drainage. Because these trailing annuals are potted in hanging baskets often, make sure your basket has proper drainage holes to prevent any excess water from remaining in the container.

How Much Sun Does My Raspberry Swirl Petunia Need?

How Much Sun Does My Raspberry Swirl Petunia Need?

Headliner Petunias love to bask in the sun! We suggest planting or potting them in a place that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of full sunlight each day. Although this annual can survive in partial sun and partial shade areas, it will bloom best when only in those conditions for a few hours. Remember, the more shade your flower gets, the less your flower will bloom bright and bountiful.

What is The Best Soil for My Headliner Petunia?

What is The Best Soil for My Headliner Petunia?

Raspberry Swirl Headliner Petunias thrive best in rich, well-draining soil conditions. They can tolerate a wide range of pH levels and soil types including loamy, clay, and sandy soils. However, they must have properly draining soil to prevent any possibilities of root rot disease. Petunia's roots can rot easily if they are not placed in the proper soil conditions.


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