Petunia, Vining Seeds - (Petunia multiflora)
- Seed Count:
- Approx 85 seeds per pack
- Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO seeds
An especially rewarding heirloom petunia from Iowa with single flowers of white, pink, lavender and purple on strong trailing stems. Disguise fences or other areas with heavenly clouds of fragrant flowers, spring through frost and beyond. Looks pretty in hanging baskets.
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.
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One of the best flowers I've ever grown. I grew these on my porch in pots and they vined all along the railings and over the edges. In shades of purple and white, they attracted mad amounts of bees and butterflies and bloomed consistently the whole season long. Highly recommended
Its hard to grow petunias in the Florida heat, and this year has been a tough one, with an early drought followed by heavy rains. These petunias are growing and blooming steadily, trailing over the planter and defying the weather. We've been very pleased!
The rate of germination very good. The flowers them self are continuously producing new trumpets -6 months now with thousands of trumpets, and now,some regrow new stems from the ground up ,after old ones stopped producing. But the most characteristic is the fragrance : very strong and pleasant, the old fashioned real petunias fragrance.For me is like the smell is never enough.I could smell them all day long -night. I strongly recommend them.