Dwarf Petunia Mix
A 1950's garden favorite with sturdy compact growth, multitudes of Red, Rose, Scarlet, Salmon, Violet and White flowers. Long favored as the most popular flowering annual plant for use in hanging baskets, window boxes and colorful border plantings. Very attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.
Compact, low growing 6" tall plants with a profusion of small flowers. Pinch out old flowers to renew growth and encourage more flowering time.
It is believed that the petunia originated in South America and the vast majority planted today are the result of crosses of twelve South American natives. Its name is derived from “Petun”, the Brazilian name for tobacco, to which it is closely related.
Self-sows, but you will get earlier flowers by starting the seeds indoors.