Petunia Seeds (Petunia integrifolia, violacea, nana compacta) - Diane's Flower Seeds
Petunia integrifolia is the wild species from which the modern petunias have descended. The trailing plants have 2" wide, rosy-purple flowers.

Wild petunias are lovely at the edge of a garden path, tumbling over rocks, or spilling out of hanging baskets and containers. The vivid, trumpet-shaped flowers attract hummingbirds. Also known as Petunia violacea.

height 10"  spacing 12"

Petunia Seeds

Petunia is a tender perennial (zones 9-11) that is grown as an annual in cooler regions. The trumpet-shaped flowers bloom throughout the summer.

Sowing Petunia Seeds

Start petunia seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date. Or sow outdoors after the last frost. Sow on the surface. Full sun. Well-drained soil.

Petunia 'Fire Chief' is a bushy, compact plant that produces loads of deep red, fragrant flowers. The vibrant flowers fade to a soft, rosy-red. The plants grow to 12" wide, making them ideal for bedding and containers.

Petunia 'Fire Chief' is a rare heirloom flower. It was the first true red petunia ever bred, and it became an All-America Selections winner in 1950.

height 12"  spacing 12"

Petunia integrifolia
(Wild Petunia)

1,000 seeds   $3.00         
Petunia 'Fire Chief'
(Petunia nana compacta)

1200 seeds   $3.00                           
petunia integrifolia
Petunia 'Fire Chief'
petunia laura bush mix
Petunia 'Laura Bush Mix'
(Petunia x violacea)

1,000 seeds   $3.00                            
Petunia 'Laura Bush Mix' produces bushy plants loaded with fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers in shades of pink, purple, crimson and white.

Laura Bush petunia reseeds in warm climates. Blooming can be increased by deadheading, and bushiness can be increased by pinching back the vines early in the season. Wonderful for containers and hanging baskets. Easy to grow.

height 10"  spacing 12"

Annual Flower Seeds

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