Wave Petunia

Wave Petunia has been well loved for decades now and never fail to dazzle viewers. While the Wave Petunia is extremely recognizable, the markets have been flooded with so many options for Petunia lovers. In order to choose the best Petunia for you it is important to understand the INSERT GOOD WORDS HERE. Wave Petunias were actually cultivated to be grown as a ground cover and not for pots! Wave Petunias are extremely aggressive growers with very extensive roots systems that make them ideal for filling in empty spaces, adding color to rocky areas, and creating borders. This also means that they can, and will, choke out all other flowers near it. When creating or buying hanging baskets, we don’t recommend growing Wave Petunias in the same container as other flowers because the Petunia will kill off all other additions. In order to keep the plant blooming vigorously all summer, one should prune back 1/3 of the plant when it starts to become “leggy”, fertilize once every 2 weeks, and water generously. Wave Petunia can be the perfect addition to any summer garden when treated and planted properly.

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