Kinds of Petunias


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The petunia is highly regarded by gardeners for it's easy cultivation, quick growth and longevity. Petunias can grow to maturity in a period as short as seven weeks. They grow well in bright sunlight as well as partial shade. However, avoid planting them in excessive shade, which hinders flower density, and choose well-draining soil. Petunias can thrive in a variety of settings, from window boxes to single pots, and bring color to anywhere they are planted. GrandiflorasThis variety of petunia has big, broad flowers with ruffled edges. Grandifloras are high maintenance and must be protected from excessive heat to prevent rot. Grandifloras are divided into three categories. 'Storm' grandifl
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