Flower Color: Pink Bicolor with White Center
Soil: Well drained
Uses: Container Gardens, Gardens, Landscapes
Height: 12 to 24-inches Spread: 12 to18-inches
Flower Timing: Early Spring, Spring
Rooted or Unrooted? unrooted
Other Notes: When it comes to early spring color, you can’t beat the Senetti pericallis series from Suntory Flowers. Three inches across flower count can be as high as 200 on a plant grown in a 10-inch pot in electric shades of blue, purple, pink and magenta. Senetti varieties are dramatically different from old-fashioned cinerarias. Although the vivid bicolor flowers look familiar, the cool weather garden performance, durability, and vigor Senetti offers is so much better. Plus Senetti has a unique reblooming ability and can be cut back for a fresh flush of flowers.
Photo and information courtesy of Suntory: http://suntoryflowers.com/variety/senetti-pink-bicolor/