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Surfinia Trailing

Surfinia Trailing

  • Cascade of colours throughout the summer
  • It can be placed anywhere: from full sun to shade
  • On window sills, balconies and large containers
  • Surfinia stands until the first frosts
  • Hanging and trailing habit
  • Therefore it is advisable to transplant immediately into a larger pot or container 
  • It can be used alone or in composition with other plants
  • Use a good quality soil, possibly specific for Surfinia (pH 5.5-6.5)
  • Beautiful combinations with Euphorbia and Lobularia 
  • During summer water abundantly every day, especially if in full sun
  • Start the fertilization after 20 days from the transplant
  • Fertilize once a week with fertilizer specific for flowering plants
  • In mid summer it is advisable to prune the plant at half height
  • Pruning will reduce water requirement and easy the plant to grow again
  • Possible adversities are aphids, mites, thrips and powdery mildew
  • Surfinia is a species with a hanging bearing
  • If grown well it can reach up to one meter in length
  • The more it is exposed to light and direct sunlight, the more it is covered with flowers 
  • The more the plant is exposed to the sun, the more it will become demanding in irrigation
  • Important to add iron once a month to keep the foliage very green and have bright flowers