In the ground, Petunia integrifolia (formerly known as P. violacea) tends to form a low, spreading puddle of small but eye-catching, magenta-purple blooms if it has no close companions. Where there are other low-growing plants, it likes to mingle with them; if taller, branching partners are nearby, the stems tend to weave up through them; in a container, it may also cascade over the edge. Any way you grow it, this species petunia has a charming way of popping out in unexpected places to form colorful combinations from early or midsummer into fall. Full sun. Annual.
Collected in July to September 2023. At least 20 seeds. Shipping to US addresses only.
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