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Supertunia Mini Vista® Morning Glory Petunia hybrid

  • Part Sun to Sun

The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).

Flower Season
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall
Mature Size
14" 2'
8" - 14"
18" - 2'
  • Details


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    Supertunia Mini Vista petunias are mounded, but will also spill over the edges of containers.  They are great container plants and will function as both spillers and fillers in combination planters.  They are incredibly good landscape plants, best used at the front of beds.  They are very densely branched plants.  They have small to very small flowers.  They are a great substitute for Calibrachoa in landscapes without excellent drainage – Calibrachoa requires excellent drainage to thrive, while petunias are much more forgiving.

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    Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer
    Long Blooming
    Heat Tolerant
    Deadheading Not Necessary
    Drought Tolerant


    Plant Type: 
    Height Category: 
    Garden Height: 
    8 - 14 Inches
    Trails Up To: 
    24 Inches
    12 - 18 Inches
    18 - 24 Inches
    Flower Colors: 
    Flower Shade: 
    Violet petals with a large white eye
    Foliage Colors: 
    Foliage Shade: 
    Mounding Trailing
    Container Role: 

    Plant Needs

    Light Requirement: 
    Part Sun to Sun
    Maintenance Category: 
    Bloom Time: 
    Planting To Hard Frost
    Hardiness Zones: 
    10a, 10b, 11a, 11b
    Water Category: 
    Soil Fertility Requirement: 
    Average Soil
    Edging Plant
    Mass Planting
    Uses Notes: 

    Use in hanging baskets, window boxes, landscaping and combinations planters.

    Maintenance Notes: 

    These are heat tolerant plants, that aren't particularly fussy and need little routine maintenance. They will perform best if an application of controlled release fertilizer is included at the time of planting. This applies to both landscape and container plantings. Supertunias are heavy feeders, but a single dose is usually sufficient for landscape beds in most climates. If you have a very long season, a second application of controlled release plant food should be considered for landscape plantings. In general, containers need to be fed more than landscape plants. Supertunias in containers will need to be fed more regularly to be their absolute best. A second application of a controlled release fertilizer can be applied about every two months to container plants, which will help. However, for the very best performance I find regularly applying water soluble fertilizer starting about two months after the containers are planted gives the best results.  These extra applications of plant food really makes a difference in performance through the summer.

    If your plant begins to look open or a bit tired, an allover trim can be beneficial.  Use a sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears to trim back up to 1/3 of the volume of the plant. I pair any trim with a dose of water soluble fertilizer to provide instant energy to help kickstart new growth, branching and flowering. Your plant will take a week to recover from the trim, but the end result is a fuller plant with more blooms going forward. You may repeat the trim as needed through the season.

    Supertunia® Mini Vista - For a picture perfect hanging basket or container, try the Supertunia® Mini Vista. They grow vigorously and are absolutely covered in cheerful blooms from spring into fall. You can even try them in your sunny landscape where they’ll put on an impressive show of color all season.

    Supertunia Mini Vista® Morning Glory Petunia hybrid 'USTUN61801' USPP 27,391, Can 5,281
  • 6 Reviews

    Browse reviews from people who have grown this plant.
    • I put two Morning Glory Charms into a conical 14" hanging pot. I discovered that they are more mounders than trailers. They grew very dense with a close-cropped appearance, covered with orchid/purple blooms. My basket looked like a big purple ice cream cone! Halfway through the summer one of the plants inexplicably died. The other plant single-handedly almost filled out the basket. I didn't prune much and the plant eventually has gotten somewhat leggy. I think some earlier pruning would have kept it bushy.

      Karen Muse
      , Michigan
      , United States
      , 5 min ago
    • I have no recollection of seeing this on PW's site, but when I saw it in a local greenhouse, I snapped it up in spite of the fact no blloms were open yet and the plant tag's picture did not impress me. I thought I would give it a shot anyway. When the blooms opened, I was glad I had taken the chance. It is a beautiful bloom, and the plant is a super performer. It is in a good sized container with Sparkling Amethyst Superbena and Dark Knight Lobularia. It is having no problem keeping up with the Lobularia and actually seems to be taking over the Lobularia; I may need to a little pruning to give the Dark Knight a break. I have no regrets on this purchase. It is one of the main components of my second favorite container of the season.

      , Michigan
      , United States
      , 11 weeks ago
    • I have always had great success with PW plants, but this beauty really did outperform. The color is a vivid purple.not !he blue you might imagine. I planted 7 morning blues as a ground cover in a 4x20 sunny bed. They more than covered the entire space. What a show!

      , Virginia
      , United States
      , 41 weeks ago
    • We tried this plant in lieu of our tried and true sangria charms. Though they were nice, they did not fill in as well as the sangria's did.

      Audrey Kill
      , Michigan
      , United States
      , 4 years ago
    • This plant was trialed at the University of Illinois Champaign County Master Gardener's trial garden and was the top scoring plant (tying with Lobularia 'Dark Knight') of the 106 plants we trialed. BOTH were Gold Medal Winners. The 'Charm' series have smaller blooms but are powerhouses of flowering. This one was flooded with colorful white/silver backed lavender blooms dotted with a white eye. An EYE catcher it was, as it spilled color in a waterfall of blooms the whole season, requiring NO deadheading! - Does NOT have the "regular" petunia problem of "petunia on a stick" = in mid/ late summer the plant stretches out with jagged brown stems& a pitiful flower at the end without regular deadheading and pampering. THIS Morning Glory Charm greeted us with bright colors and bubbled away in a mound of blooms through the end of September. It was also awarded a "September Show Stopper" award.

      Ann Tice
      , Illinois
      , United States
      , 6 years ago
  • 2 Awards

    Award Year Award Plant Trial
    2020 Top Performer - Cool Season LSU
    2018 Top Performer Penn State
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