Pink Showers (dwarf Pink bells Ruellia Brittoniana)– Pond Megastore

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Pink Showers (dwarf Pink bells
Ruellia Brittoniana)

Pond Plants, Water Lilies, & Live goods ship in Spring & Summer during your proper growing seasons. Check by email for availability to ship other times of the year.
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Compact Pink Bells/Wild Petunia, also known as the Wild Petunia, have light, pink flowers on dark bronze-green foliage. Plants grow well in full sun and grow 5 to 10 inches tall. Flower add flower when planted in and around the rockery of your pond or water feature. A north American native, easily reseeds in warmer climates. These do well when planted in containers or when planted directly into the ground. Plants die back in temperatures below 32 degrees. Sold in net pots, during spring planting season most marginals ship around 5 to 10 inches tall.

Height Mature plants reach 10 inches

Width 12 inches or more

Moisture Needs Prefers moist soil, may be placed in the pond with an inch of water above the top of the pot

Blooms Late Spring until frost

Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part shade (blooms more in full sun)

Spreads Propagates by root division or by seed

Fertilize In the pond, use one or two pond tabbs per month, June through August

Zone Hardy in zones 8 - 11




Plant wild petunia in loamy soil in full sun, easily re-seeds in warmer climates. When placing pinkbells in the pond, use a 10 inch container, or larger using heavy loam soil. (Fabric planters are great for plants in the pond!) Place the container in the water, making sure that pots have no more than an inch or two of water above the top of the pot. Pink Bells/wild petunia bloom best in full sun, but tolerates part shade.

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