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Black Purple Scarce Phantom Petunia Flower Seeds

Black Purple Scarce Phantom Petunia Flower Seeds

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Grow your own unique and stunning Black Purple Scarce Phantom Petunia Flowers with these Black Purple Scarce Phantom Petunia Flower 100 seeds. These seeds are ideal for those who want to add a touch of mystery to their garden. The full-bloom period is during the summer and they thrive in subtropical climates. Please note that the flowerpot is not included.

Highlights:
  • Each pack contains 100 seeds.
  • Full-bloom Period: Summer
  • Flowerpot: Excluded
  • Climate: Subtropics
  • Variety: Seeds
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  • Species and varieties: The Black Purple Scarce Phantom Petunia belongs to the Petunia genus, specifically the Petunia x hybrida species. This variety is known for its unique black and purple flowers, which are rare and highly sought after by gardeners and flower enthusiasts.
  • Hybrid or heirloom: This is a hybrid variety of petunia, created through selective breeding to achieve its distinctive coloration and flower shape. Hybrid seeds like this often offer improved characteristics such as disease resistance, uniformity, and unique colorations.
  • Pruning and training: Regular deadheading of spent flowers can encourage more blooms. Pruning back the plant in midsummer can help rejuvenate it and promote more vigorous growth.
  • Fertilization needs: Petunias benefit from regular fertilization. A balanced, water-soluble fertilizer applied every two weeks during the growing season can help promote healthy growth and abundant flowering.
  • Hardiness zones: Petunias are suitable for USDA hardiness zones 9 to 11. However, they can be grown as annuals in other zones with proper care and maintenance.
  • Climate requirements: Petunias prefer full sun exposure and well-drained soil. They can tolerate heat but need regular watering in dry conditions. They are not frost-tolerant and should be protected in colder climates.