Behold The Petunia Cultivar (AKA The Night Sky Petunia or Galaxy Flower)
Meet the flower that looks like it’s straight from the heavens.
Therefore, dreamy flower lovers have come up with some incredible names for this celestial bloom. Starry Night Petunia. Galaxy Petunia. Night Sky Flower. Galaxy Rose.
It’s an ongoing attempt to capture the magic that exists within the petals of these gorgeous flowers. Just look at them! It appears as if the whole universe emerges from their beautiful, delicate petals. In other words, they look like they’re hiding all the secrets of the universe in their folds.
Night Sky Petunias, or Galaxy Flowers, are a deep purple flower. Because of this, their markings appear to be stars against a deep night sky. The unique patterns on their petals characterize them among other amazing flowers. And just like the name suggests, these incredible plants bloom specifically to reveal white stars that look like they’re glowing.
As you may imagine, no two of these flowers are alike!
Where To Find Galaxy Flowers
Galaxy flowers are sold at flower shops. However, you can also create a universe in your very own garden!
What about if you want to grow them on your own? Above all, you should keep them warm in the day, and cool at night. There are lots of resources for successful growing with a simple search. And believe it or not, you can purchase a whole packet of galaxy flower seeds on Amazon!
What Gives The Petals Their Vibrant Appearance
Their otherworldly appearance is the result of the variation between the night and day temperatures to which they’re exposed. However, that’s not the only reason.
In addition to the varying temperatures, they’ve been genetically perfected over the years to reveal a stunning plethora of white spots that resemble distant galaxies. The contrast of this white with the deep purple is what gives these breathtaking flowers their vibrant appearance.
In conclusion, these flowers will amaze you, brighten up your garden, and remind you daily that heaven can indeed exist in a flower.