These stunners open orange and apricot and age to salmon pink. Well branched with plenty of flowers.
Perennial Petunias have the advantage of lasting a few years in the garden as opposed to their annual counterparts. They have excellent cold tolerance, are renowned for being tough with weatherproof blooms.
Perennial Petunias add a bright pop of colour to gardens, pots or hanging baskets. They have a nice, dense, upright mounding form. The flowers can bloom from spring to autumn, longer in warmer climates.
Plant your Perennial Petunia into moderately fertile to humus rich, well drained soil. Add a diluted liquid fertiliser fortnightly, or some slow release pellets every couple of months to keep them blooming at their best. A light prune will also help prolong flowering. In pots and hanging baskets use a good quality potting mix.
Petunia x hybrida
Late spring to autumn
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Unavailable in QLD, WA
Full Sun to Semi Shade