Answer: Seeds for petunias are readily available from mail order sources, including the Burpee catalog. Stokes seeds carries a wide selection, too (P.O. Box 548, Buffalo, NY 14240-0548; ph#716-695-6980) http://www.stokeseed.com. Petunia seeds are extrememly small,so look for pelleted seed, as it is easier to handle. Otherwise, they are easy to germinate and grow even though they do take 10-12 weeks growing indoors before you can transplant them outdoors.
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