Petunia Circus Sky

Petunia Circus Sky - credit: Ball Colegrave
Petunia Circus Sky - credit: Ball Colegrave

A rising star for retail sales in 2021 introduced by Ball Colegrave. Circus Sky has an interesting colour break, quite different from the previous Sky varieties.

The rich pink flowers have a combination of star effect spotting and stripes, making this a real head-turner in garden centre sales displays.

The habit is similar to NightSky; a strong, semi-trailing habit with excellent branching, early flowering and good weather tolerance. A ‘must have’ for premium 1 litre pot and basket programmes.

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