Petunia Grandiflora Red - Flower Seeds
These annual Petunia grandiflora flowers bloom almost nonstop throughout the summer.
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Description for Petunia Grandiflora Rose
The seeds are tiny dark brown balls. There are many seeds in a pod. This cultivar variety of Petunia (Grandiflora) has the largest flowers, up to 4 inches in diameter. Petunia seeds are very small and need lots of light in order to germinate.
Common name(s): Grandiflora, Supercascade Series Petunia
Flower colours: Rose-pink
Bloom time: Spring, Summer, Fall
Max reacahble height: Up to 14 inches
Difficulty to grow:: Easy yo grow
Planting and care
Petunias do best in full sun but can handle partial shade, especially in hotter areas. They need at least five hours of sunlight every day. You can use 2 parts of hummus and leaf mold, 2 parts of decomposed manure, 1 part of sand and 2 parts of peat. Incorporate into the soil to a depth of six to eight inches.
One day before sowing, water the soil well. Mix the seeds with sand and pour them onto the soil, flatten the soil and spray it well with water. Cover the container with glass or plastic foil and keep at a temperature of 20-25 degrees C. Give some air too.
When your seedlings get their first leaves you can remove the glass, add a layer of sand to the ground and reduce watering.
When the sprouts get 3 to 4 leaves, pick them off and transplant them. They should be planted 12 inches apart.
Sunlight: Most varieties prefer full sun
Soil: Loose, light and nutrient-rich soi; They need well-draining, slightly moist soil.
Water: Water them regularly
Temperature: The warm area and let them grow on in cooler temperatures
Fertilizer: Fertilize your plants monthly to ensure good growth. Use any organic fertilizer.
Caring for Petunia Grandiflora Rose
- They need well-draining, slightly moist soil.
- Regular deadheading also improves their appearance.
- An early and midsummer application of high-phosphorus fertilizer improves both blooms and vigor.
- Dead petals should be pruned so that the younger branches can flourish.
Typical uses of Petunia Grandiflora Rose
Special features: Attracts Birds, Fragrance, Good for Containers, Low Maintenance
Ornamental use: It is generally kept in partial shade and in terrace area
Medicinal use: NA