Is there a blue petunia?
There are now even many true blue varieties of petunias available for any red, white, and blue patriotic container display you can dream up or simply for an addition to blue flower gardens. Let’s learn more about popular blue petunia cultivars to add to your garden.
What do blue petunias symbolize?
What does a Blue Petunia Represent? A blue petunia usually symbolizes peacefulness and intimacy. However, it can also represent deep trust that is shared between two or more people.
Do petunias need more sun or shade?
Petunias need at least 5 or 6 hours of good sunlight; they’ll perform even better when located in full sun all day. The more shade they receive, the fewer flowers they’ll produce. Impatiens are a better choice for blooming in shady places.
Do Wave petunias come in blue?
The velvety, dark blue 2-inch blooms cover this trailing plant for the growing season. The plants are capable of spreading 3 to 4 feet like a ground cover. Mature plant height can be 4 to 7 inches. The Wave® Blue improvement is little garden toil.
How many colors of petunias are there?
Petunias are decorative garden plants that produce flowers in colors of white, yellow, pink, purple, red and blue. They can also be striped or multicolored.
What are Shock Wave petunias?
Shock Wave® Petunias — Shock Wave is a unique member of the Wave family of ever-blooming, trailing petunias from seed and plant. With smaller blooms and a fuller, mounded yet spreading habit, this annual is perfect for tight spaces, combo plantings, baskets, and containers of all types!
How often should I water petunias?
once a week
Petunias are fairly heat tolerant, so you shouldn’t have to worry about watering them frequently. A thorough watering once a week should be sufficient (unless there are prolonged periods of drought in your area). Avoid watering shallowly, as this encourages shallow roots.
Are Wave petunias annuals or perennials?
Comparing the two. It can be difficult to compare Wave petunias and Supertunias because in a lot of ways they are very similar: they both are annuals, easy-care, produce beautiful blooms, and are very popular among growers.