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PETUNIA CASCADING DOUBLE MIX
Petunia

SKU: 69-020
Regular price 6.99
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For our petunia-loving customers, we've brought in these gorgeous double petunia seeds! In addition to the beautiful double blooms, plants are hanging/cascading, and each plant becomes a large centerpiece. Truly spectacular.

Type: Annual, blooms first year from seed

Height: 10" tall, and 24" trailing

Location: Sun

Seeds per pack: 20 (previously 10)

About pellets: Pelleting is a coating that is sometimes applied to small seeds, to help with handling and sowing. Once the seeds are sown and watered, the pelleting is designed to immediately disintegrate to release the seeds.

Germination: Petunia seeds should be started indoors, preferably several weeks before the last frost date. Obtain a container with holes on the bottom, and a tray. A sterile seed-start mix is best, as regular soil mixes can contain contaminants that can harm the seeds and small seedlings (regular soil mixes are okay for mature plants only, though not for germinating seeds). Place seeds on the surface of the pre-moistened seed-start mix. Do not bury the seeds as they require light for germination. Place the container in a warm (75 to 80°F) location in bright light. A heat mat is beneficial. Watering can be done by adding water to the bottom tray, allowing the water to wick upwards to moisten the soil. The surface can also be misted with a spray bottle. Keep the soil lightly moist until germination, which usually takes 3-4 weeks from planting time. The use of a (clear) plastic dome or cover is useful to retain moisture until growth starts, but should be removed as soon as growth begins, as petunia can be susceptible to fungal disease if they are kept in a moist or stagnant-air environment. Once the plants begin to grow they should be removed from the heat mat, and can be placed in a sunny location, or under bright grow lights. Growth is slow for about 2 weeks, and then becomes rapid, and large plants are formed in a short amount of time. Enjoy your new plants!

PETUNIA CASCADING DOUBLE MIX
Petunia

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Description

For our petunia-loving customers, we've brought in these gorgeous double petunia seeds! In addition to the beautiful double blooms, plants are hanging/cascading, and each plant becomes a large centerpiece. Truly spectacular.

Type: Annual, blooms first year from seed

Height: 10" tall, and 24" trailing

Location: Sun

Seeds per pack: 20 (previously 10)

About pellets: Pelleting is a coating that is sometimes applied to small seeds, to help with handling and sowing. Once the seeds are sown and watered, the pelleting is designed to immediately disintegrate to release the seeds.

Germination: Petunia seeds should be started indoors, preferably several weeks before the last frost date. Obtain a container with holes on the bottom, and a tray. A sterile seed-start mix is best, as regular soil mixes can contain contaminants that can harm the seeds and small seedlings (regular soil mixes are okay for mature plants only, though not for germinating seeds). Place seeds on the surface of the pre-moistened seed-start mix. Do not bury the seeds as they require light for germination. Place the container in a warm (75 to 80°F) location in bright light. A heat mat is beneficial. Watering can be done by adding water to the bottom tray, allowing the water to wick upwards to moisten the soil. The surface can also be misted with a spray bottle. Keep the soil lightly moist until germination, which usually takes 3-4 weeks from planting time. The use of a (clear) plastic dome or cover is useful to retain moisture until growth starts, but should be removed as soon as growth begins, as petunia can be susceptible to fungal disease if they are kept in a moist or stagnant-air environment. Once the plants begin to grow they should be removed from the heat mat, and can be placed in a sunny location, or under bright grow lights. Growth is slow for about 2 weeks, and then becomes rapid, and large plants are formed in a short amount of time. Enjoy your new plants!