It may also make it susceptible to disease. If anyone has other explanations we’d love to hear them! Submitted by Lois on July 2, 2019 - 9:21am. Plants can be spaced closer together to give an instant show. Try looking up the uses for Baking Soda from sprays to fertilizing plants. Double-flowered cultivars like a biweekly dose of fertilizer. For petunias, you need to pick off the faded flowers (called deadheating). Ecology. Should I just stop all attempts to deadhead and let the plant recover? You can also get spreading petunias for those spots where you want to really cover your space with color. The tubular flowers are favoured by some Lepidoptera species, including the Hummingbird hawk moth. In most regions, watering the plant just once in a week is more than enough. So plan your growing application accordingly. Submitted by John Solem on June 21, 2018 - 8:15am. To hasten things, put the sprouts under a fluorescent light for 12 hours per day to mimic spring conditions. Wave petunia plants have a spreading growth habit, with the ability to fill flower beds with their blooms that sprout all along their stems, which can reach up to 4 feet (1.2 m.). Spreading types of petunias do need to be watered more frequently (more than once a week). Insect Drain. Wave petunias spread very rapidly, forming a low, solid mass studded with flowers. Do regular fresh mint leaves work as well? The Proven Winners® petunias are more floriferous because all their energy is put into flower production, not seed production. From Alaska to California, from France's Basque Country to Mexico's Pacific Coast, Teo Spengler has dug the soil, planted seeds and helped trees, flowers and veggies thrive. Submitted by Diane Jester on June 26, 2019 - 12:45pm, Submitted by The Editors on June 27, 2019 - 3:52pm. I had to double check it was not weed killer; they are that bad. The spreading ground-cover types of petunias should be planted at least 1 1/2 feet apart. Push wood planks around the plant about 6 inches deep to slow down and control the spread of the plant. While the petunia (Petunia spp.) One of the most popular annuals, petunias add mountains of color to garden beds and containers. Your petunias may also be wilting due to a problem with insects. The pots would fill abundantly with lovely multi-colored flowers hanging all the way to the ground by mid July. Petunias are popular window box plants, which suggest shallow roots, so think of that: 6 to 8 inches of depth should be plenty; you might even get away with 5 inches depth. They are good for containers and hanging baskets and will do fine planted directly in the ground. For the best performance, plant petunias in full sun (at least six hours a day). Then, find a stem with several dying blooms, and use a sharp pair of pruning shears to cut the stem just below them. Custom programming and server maintenance by, https://www.almanac.com/best-flowers-window-boxes, https://www.almanac.com/content/container-gardening-flowers, https://www.almanac.com/march-jam-packed-new-plants-and-ideas, https://www.almanac.com/seven-savvy-ways-get-most-out-container-gardens, https://www.almanac.com/not-your-grandmas-coleus. By midsummer, most petunias get leggy, producing blossoms at the tips of long, leafless stems. They would bloom beautifully all summer long with minimal care needed; a little dead-heading, a couple miracle-grow shots. Look for plants that are short and compact, not leggy and not yet blooming and they’ll settle in faster. Dead-heading prevents seed pods from competing for the plant’s food supplies. © Copyright 2020 Hearst Communications, Inc. We've had several frosts and the flowers and leaves still look good. Petunias must be planted much more closely together in containers to look attractively full right from the start. Of the four categories of petunias - grandiflora, multiflora, milliflora and groundcover - both grandiflora and groundcover types produce cascading blossoms. Today I sprayed bug spray on them and within a few hours they looked terrible. Petunia Supertunia® generally stand around 6- 10 inches tall and can spread/trail up to 24-36 inches, with the exception of Vistas petunias which have a mounding habit and can get 24 inches tall and 24-36 inches wide. can I spray guard tech seven on my seeding petunias, Submitted by Priscilla on May 19, 2019 - 7:18pm, Check our 12 uses of vinigar. Submitted by Cindy Smith on July 11, 2019 - 8:08am. No matter which variety appeals to you, there will be a whole rainbow of colors you can work with, in either solid hues or bi-color. However, most petunia varieties will bloom throughout the summer, except in extreme heat. If petunias show signs of long, “leggy,” weak growth, pinch the plants back a few inches to encourage branching. Height can vary from 6 inches to 18 inches. "Cascading" describes plants that produce blossoms on the long, pendulous stems that can overflow hanging baskets or drip from balcony containers. Learning how to deadhead petunias is an easy task. But you probably want mature plants in bloom for this event, not seedlings. Doing so may harm the plant’s root-base, and inhibit the ability to take in water and nutrition. Petunias in containers also need more watering depending on their size and the volume of the soil that they contain. The wave reference in the name describes the outward movement of the clump of flowers that grow extremely fast and cover a large ground area in a very short time. My new home this year in 9a. A groundcover petunia, ground-planted surfina can cover a backyard slope. Otherwise, the plant think it has no reason to flower any longer. I HAVE "INSPECTED" THEM AND CAN,T FIND ANY EVIDENCE OF A CRITTER. Spread can be from 18 inches to 4 feet. Submitted by John on August 7, 2018 - 8:33am. Stunning! Most enlightening. It's Nov 20th in 9a zone. Submitted by Cindy Smith on July 11, 2019 - 7:59am. Thank you in advance. Once you have done it the first time, it will seem like a simple chore. We'll see. Planting. Although some species o… and needs lots of light in order to germinate. Every garden needs to have a variety of petunias. The fast-growing trademarked plants produce blossoms from early spring to the end of autumn and tolerate heat, cold, wet weather and humidity. You can find petunias in just about every color but true blue and with growing habits that mound in borders or trail down containers. However, comparing the "Wave" series of petunias with cascading petunias is an apples-to-oranges exercise. Spreading ground cover petunias are pickiest about water; weekly waterings should be included in the care of petunias. I had 2 beautiful hanging baskets which I have deadheaded everyday. Submitted by Rox Shinobi on December 1, 2020 - 2:11am. Mine were doing great and my husband sprinkled Seven on them and the blooms on one variety withered but I had some white ones that look okay. Many varieties of Wave petunias are now on the market, such as Easy Wave, Double Wave and Tidal Wave, and are available in dozens of colors. Submitted by Terri on November 20, 2020 - 12:43pm. The reason you need to know the type you’re growing is because milliflora and spreading petunias are low maintenance, and don’t need pinching back. You must have JavaScript enabled to use this form. Is it shallow root or deep root, Submitted by The Editors on October 10, 2018 - 4:11pm. Petunias put the summer back into summer as they fill your garden beds and containers with brilliant, jewel-toned blossoms. They, too, came back again this year and I just bought a few more to fill in the open spaces. Groundcover or "spreading" petunias are only about six inches tall, but spread so rapidly that they cover a huge area over one growing season, provided they're watered and fertilized frequently. A thorough watering once a week should be sufficient (unless there are prolonged periods of drought in your area). ‘Fantasy’ forms neat, compact’Fantasy Pink Morn’, a milliflora type petunia. Is there a way to keep them healthy and blooming. Petunias need full sun or they will become spindly. Fertilize petunias monthly with a balanced fertilizer to support their rapid growth and heavy blooming. Submitted by The Editors on December 1, 2020 - 3:10pm. MY GERBER DAISIES HAVE HOLES IN THERE LEAVES FROM AN INSECT OF SOME KIND. What size of pot we can use for it Surfinias result from a cross of P. hybrida with a wild South American trailing type, P. pendula. They are compact and bloom until frost. The seeds can remain in the soil and germinate years after the plants have been eradicated. Bloom would usually be done by mid to end of September with the first cold bite. Often petunias in containers need to be watered as much as once as day. It was cyclical. They are quite versatile, growing in different types of soil, but it is important that the soil drains well and doesn’t stay wet. Petunias are tolerant of heat so you don’t have to water them regularly. they bloomed once and then quit. are they too close? Wave series are faster growers. Thanks, Submitted by The Editors on June 10, 2019 - 4:37pm. I've just moved from 6b planting zone to 9a. Animals don't like the smell. This Australian native grows just as fast as the Wave petunias, achieving 3 feet or more over the course of its long growing season that continues until the first frosts. I really feel like it was the Seven but I am only basing that on my gut. We are over run with ant hills all over the place. While most petunias available nowadays are hybrids, they used to come in roughly two general classes, grandiflora and multiflora. Hanging Basket or Container for a Petunia Plant Culture? When the plants have three leaves, you can plant them outside. Then the plants will keep producing more. Spreading petunias (like wave petunias) can be planted further apart – 1-½ or 2 feet – depending on how quickly you want them to fill in. Many sources advise starting seeds 6 to 10 weeks before the last frost and then transplanting to let them mature. How Much Do Petunias Spread? Good luck, happy gardening! If you have any suggestions, I would be very grateful! Hello, I had gorgeous “Galaxy Petunias” that were mainly purple in color with speckles of white. Elongated stems with few branches and diminishing flower production indicate it’s time for drastic action. The container width is your choice. The Suntory Collection: Surfina Trailing Petunia, Greenhouse Product News: Culture Tips for Petunia Double Wave, Fine Gardening: Create an Elegant Hanging Basket, North Dakota University Extension: Questions on Petunias. While petunias will grow in a partially shaded location, a fuller and more abundant bloom is produced in full sun. Also, remove faded, old, or dead blossoms to both improve blooms and attractiveness, especially for the larger-flowered petunias. Growth habits range from slightly mounded to trailing, depending on the variety. Avoid watering shallowly as this encourages shallow roots. Pinch the tips back as the flowers grow to encourage bushy growth. I put sand on top of my soil for daisy and hosta, if its snails, you can also put a small container out close to plant and fill half full with beer ,lol it works but try sand first . Some even have a slight fragrance. There were also pansies and snap dragons in the same boxes that withered but the asparagus fern and sweet potato vibes are fine. Submitted by Aravind on October 3, 2018 - 10:28am, Is petunia require deep container or wide container. The Wave series of petunias are groundcover or spreading petunias. Cut up to 1/2 of the stem off when pruning to encourage new growth. The best deterrent by far is peppermint. ‘Purple Wave’ was the first cultivar in the class of spreading petunias. Any advice please. Plan to provide some protection from midday sun for the first few days, if weather is hot or windy with few clouds at transplanting time. To keep petunias tidy and flowering, we prune the shoots back to about half their length. Cut back leggy plant stems back to 3- to 4-inch stubs with some foliage. Petunias used as groundcovers spread to 4 feet, with flowers growing along the length of each trailing stem. Too many ideas to mention; here are a few: •  https://www.almanac.com/best-flowers-window-boxes (it’s containers by another name), • https://www.almanac.com/content/container-gardening-flowers, • dated but timeless: https://www.almanac.com/march-jam-packed-new-plants-and-ideas, • https://www.almanac.com/seven-savvy-ways-get-most-out-container-gardens, • https://www.almanac.com/not-your-grandmas-coleus, Submitted by Wendy on June 28, 2020 - 5:51am, I have grown my petunias from seed and may I say this is a first time for me. Neem and other oils can be found at garden centers. Petunias are one of the most popular garden flowers for both borders and containers. Petunias like well-draining soil and full sunlight. Tidal Wave, for example, can grow in a cascading vine to some 24 to 36 inches. Unlike Wave petunia, the term cascading petunia does not identify a type of flower but a growth habit. However, do not attempt to break apart the plants or cut through the roots. The flowers come in many colors and patters, and bloom from spring until frost! May I use Seven in my petunias in window boxes? Submitted by Karen Irwin on June 23, 2019 - 10:05am. The plant may bloom when it is lightly shaded for part of the day, but as a rule, a petunia not blooming can be because it does not get at least six hours of direct sun per day. Submitted by Tatyana on July 3, 2019 - 12:05pm. Wave petunias are a spreading variety with flower heads a little larger than multifloras of 2 ½ to 3 inches in diameter. The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Many types of petunias exist and a wise gardener will do research before she selects her plants. The thing is that at almost the same time it got really hot and rained a lot, I had not realized that the drain plug had not been pulled so the boxes had a lot of water for a few days (my husband had also taken over the watering at that time too :-/ ). It produces large blooms of deep rose-purple. I put sand around any plants affected by slugs. The Wave series of petunias are groundcover or spreading petunias. The ones I planted in the ground spread pretty fast, too, but it seemed to take more of them than I anticipated to fill the bedding space. They produce flowers in a broad range of colors including pastels, bright neons, and blends. As with most annuals, they get leggy by midsummer, so you’ll want to prune the shoots back to about half their length. Soil prepared before planting petunias should have well-composted organic matter worked in. T… Wave petunia plants are so versatile they can accent almost any part of … However, some Wave series flowers climb up trellises or cascade down like vines when grown in restricted space. Will it recover? ‘Primetime’ series stay compact and uniform, covered with 2¼-inch flowers. There are a few ways to control Mexican petunias from overtaking other areas. Petunias spread at different rates depending on the variety and planting location. It is a huge problem this year. Planting Petunias In Containers And Hanging Baskets. Surfina (Petunia integrifolia), also called wild petunia, is a classic petunia frequently used in window boxes. In particular, the tiny … "Surfina" is also the trademarked name of a group of trailing petunias. I HAVE SPRAYED SEVEN AND USED SNAIL BAIT. The plants may look raggedy at first but they’ll rebound with more color and blooms. They can be used in window boxes or hanging baskets. Submitted by The Editors on January 11, 2019 - 9:38am. They eat the leaves of plants and trees leaving holes throughout the tender leaves. I use the oil drops on my window and door sills, fresh/dried leaves sprinkled around my house, plants in the garden. Most are not quite as ground-hugging as the original. BONUS: You’ll also receive our Almanac Companion newsletter! Planting petunias in containers is a fantastic way to showcase them. They are inexpensive, easy to grow and spread color throughout your flower beds. I've read petunias may be perennial in this zone. Pretty petunias are treated as annuals in most areas but also as tender perennials in Zones 9 to 11. The wave series created quite a stir when first introduced and the flowers just … The flowers reach 2½ to 3 inches across. We want to use planter boxes of petunias at my son's wedding in May. Submitted by kathy on January 9, 2019 - 1:21pm. You can make your own insecticidal soap or buy it at a garden center. Wave petunias prefer a … It is so easy to understand that you can pass the task onto your children! Avoid wetting the foliage and flowers when watering to help prevent disease. It’s best to buy young plants from a nursery which often sells petunias in flats. They are weather-tolerant, disease resistant and heavy-blooming. The trailing types will spread 2 to 3 feet. Weed and feed and water, then wait. This makes them ideal for scrambling down a hillside garden, or planting atop a retaining wall. ‘Purple Wave’ remains under 4 inches tall. Now. If you are going to grow from seeds, start them indoors about 10 weeks before you want to set them outside. Often referred to as ‘trailing’ petunias, wave petunias can spread several feet if they are sown in a large, open area such as a garden or outdoor floor bed. Petunias need full sun for the most optimum show of blossoms. I tried flower sprays but does not help. ‘Wave’ series petunias are available in a multitude of colors. These colorful annuals can really add pop to a front lawn and often used as borders, containers, hanging baskets or even seasonal groundcover. Like their single counterparts, ‘Double Madness’ petunias bounce back within hours of a rainstorm. Just as all Wave petunias are not cascading, all cascading petunias are not found in the Wave series. When should I start the seeds "inside" to insure we have full flowered beautiful boxes of petunias? i planted several different colored petunias together and all bloom except one color . Color changes in flowering plants is something of a mystery. Remember to water them. Submitted by Edith Smith on May 7, 2019 - 10:00am, Its a question . Clippings can be added to a compost pile to be recycled. Note: The spreading types of petunias and those in containers require more frequent watering. Submitted by The Editors on November 24, 2020 - 1:41pm. Some sources also suggest that temperature plays a role. Petunias are generally insect pollinated, with the exception of P. exserta, which is a rare, red-flowered, hummingbird-pollinated species.Most petunias are diploid with 14 chromosomes and are interfertile with other petunia species, as well as with Calibrachoa.. Submitted by Kathy Horn on June 19, 2019 - 1:36pm. Series typically in this group are Wave, Supertunias, Surfinia, etc. There is a third type of petunias... trailing. You can transplant a larger container of Wave Petunias or a hanging basket of Cool Wave Pansies right in the garden. I did some research that said I should remove each spent bloom including the seed pod. I noticed that they are very leafy not many flowers so do I have to pinch out the centrepiece to help flower growth please, Submitted by Rebecca Brink on June 6, 2020 - 9:38am, "I have several hanging baskets of petunias along the back of my house, i"m dead heading them daily, my husband says they need trimmed to be healthier, is this true & if so how do you trim them", Submitted by Betty on July 9, 2019 - 1:47pm. This could be your mysterious insect culprit. Let soil dry out ,remove from planter if really wet ,then replant after soil is just moist. It could be from limited chlorophyll or another component of photosynthesis. Seed capsules on the plants burst open when ripe, scattering seeds everywhere. Move container planted petunias … "Purple Wave" produces pinkish-purple flowers on plants that grow to just 4 inches. Ideally, petunias are planted in the ground as seeds, as replanting them doesn’t always work. How Far Apart Do You Plant Petunias?. After each treatment, the plants lost their blooms and would look bare for a week or two, then abundant blooms would appear again (with aphids). Can anyone tell me why this happened and what I can do to get my flowers back to their prior glory? ‘Madness’ series petunias have big, 3-inch flowers in many veined and solid colors. The Supertunia® series of petunias, part of the Proven Winners® plant line, are extremely vigorous bloomers that have the advantage of being self-cleaning, so no deadheading is needed. I got a good deal on petunias and we are into August. See how to plant and take care of your petunias to keep them blooming. Often grown as annuals, petunias are one of the most popular flowers because of their long flowering period. Ever since the Ball Seed Company developed "Wave" petunias, gardeners have become addicted to their easy-care splash. ANY SUGGESTIONS? but be ready to buy plants for the windowboxes—and give the individually potted/ready-to-plant seedlings to guests as a remembrance. It's been a continual fight of aphids all summer long every 2-3 weeks with soapy water, store-bought remedies...I've tried everything. Groundcover petunias tend to be smaller. They are prolific bloomers, although some forms require deadheading to keep them going. In 2 to 4 weeks, plants should be filled out with lots of side branches and blossoming with new vigor. ‘Heavenly Lavender’ is an early, compact, double, deep lavender blue with 3-inch blooms on 12-to 14-inch plants. However, if you are going to plant it in a container or in a hanging basket, as most people generally do, you should know that it’s going to require a bit more water. ‘Double Madness’ petunias are compact and floriferous with big, 3-inch flowers all through the summer. In the 6b zone I would plant them from 4-6 inch pots or flats on June 15th (never before) after, hopefully, the last snow. I have two hanging baskets of burgundy starry night petunias- they are (were) gorgeous. They bounce back well after rain. Not sure what zone you are in, but in zone 4 there has been massive amounts of rain, also flooding in some areas. Whether in hanging baskets or containers on tables or a front porch, growing petunias in pots brings vibrant color throughout the summer to whatever area you choose. Petunias are extremely slow to germinate, some 5 to 15 days at normal temps in the house. Submitted by Beth Green on June 5, 2019 - 4:55pm, I love petunias but after a while they get some kind of a bug that develops into a worm that eats the plant. You can cultivate petunias as annuals in most areas or as perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 though 11. You should skip around this web site, Terri. ‘Carpet Series’ is very popular. These are similar tol organic methods, Submitted by Judy Reavis on June 9, 2019 - 2:04pm. To deadhead petunias, allow the plant to fully flower and for some of the blooms to die before pruning. After pruning, fertilize and water the plants well to force out new growth and flowers. Yes. She currently divides her life between San Francisco and southwestern France. Petunias can also get straggly-looking by midsummer. Check around for evidence of ants and treat accordingly. Best wishes! Petunia seeds are very small (dust-like!) Submitted by Donna Lynn on July 4, 2019 - 10:56am. 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