Petunia: Old Fashion Vining
Heirloom prior to 1900. An old-fashioned favorite remembered by Grandma Jean, our first regular staff member, who recalls it from her grandmother's garden. Ever-blooming and much hardier than modern varieties, this old favorite continues blooming into the fall when other annuals have faded and gone. Two-inch flowers are mixed colors ranging from white to various shades of pink, lavender, and deep purple. The vines may reach at least three feet or more during a long growing season. Best of all, the blooms are sweetly fragrant, scenting the air with a fragrance reminiscent of Lily of the Valley. (Petunia sp.)
Growing instructions: Annual. Germination at 70°F in 10 days. Germination requires light. Transplant or direct sow in spring. Full sun. Grows 24-48" tall. Space 12" apart.
Packet: 0.05g - approximately 475 seeds