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Cross a petunia with a calibrachoa and what do you get? A petchoa, with large blooms and foliage with none of the stickiness of petunias.
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Petchoa Supercal Caramel Yellow sounds more like a delicious food than a flower, but you'll find this summer annual equally satisfying. Petchoas are cross between calibrachoas and petunias, so you have the heat resistance and big blooms of petunias and the finer, less sticky foliage of calibrachoas. 'Supercal Caramel Yellow' is a warm yellow brushed with caramel brown tones, mounding up to two feet tall and spreading as wide, making it an excellent choice for planting in the garden or in container planters and hanging baskets. Make sure this easy-care annual gets at least 6 hours of sun per day and sufficient water and fertilizer. You'll have a beautiful burst of summer color right up until frost, and bees love it.
|Common Name||Petchoa Supercal Caramel Yellow|
|Mature Size||1 - 2 feet tall and wide|
|Cold Hardiness||32 ° F, frost sensitive annual|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Color||Yellow tinged with brown|
|Bloom Time||Spring into fall, frost sensitive annual|