The Petunias Database

We have 722 images of 1,187 petunias here.
New Comments:
Talking about Petunia (Petunia Madness® Merlot) on July 30, critterologist wrote:

As seen in a greenhouse tray, a MIX of pink, white, red-magenta... big blooms with light centers for a softly glowing effect. Nice!
Talking about Grandiflora Semi-Trailing Petunia (Petunia Sunflower Ray™) on June 23, mystlw wrote:

Beautiful flowers, yellow trumpet-shaped flowers with deep brown stripes. The scent (of mine, at least) isn't as strong or sweet as the Wave series, but still a wonderful petunia scent.
Talking about Petunia (Petunia exserta) on February 6, Marilyn wrote:

I planted a small pot of Petunia exserta in 2014 into a 20-inch container on our sunny patio, together with Salvia 'Elk Hot Tamale' growing in it. First time growing these two beauties. In 2015, I didn't disturb the soil in that container, and to my pleasant surprise, I not only had salvia Elk Hot Tamale blooming, but petunia exserta also! I'm hoping they both survive our winter and bloom for 2016 and I'm not going to disturb the soil other than gently pulling any weeds. Beautiful and bright flowers on both plants.
Talking about Floribunda Petunia (Petunia 'Celebrity Blue') on September 29, TexasPlumeria87 wrote:

This actually has more of a deep purple color. Most petunias melt when summer arrives here, but this one survived in dappled shade. I started it from seed in late spring and had my first bloom a few days ago. The bloom actually has a light fragrance that's especially noticeable late afternoon and evening.
Talking about Petunia (Petunia 'Pop Rocks Yellow') on February 5, lovesblooms wrote:

A cute little petunia with lemony-centered white blooms--the first yellow petunia I'd ever seen. It wasn't as vigorous as I'd hoped. After winter sowing pelleted seeds, I found that it reached its peak bloom in August. But since our spring was so long and mild last year, most things were late. It spread about 8 inches on one side of the basket it was in with portulacas.
Talking about Multiflora Spreading/Trailing Petunia (Petunia Wave® Purple Classic) on October 10, Marilyn wrote:

Purple Wave Classic is a fabulous petunia! Introduced in 1995, it lives up to its name. Extremely popular and sought after every year. Widely offered at local garden centers, big box stores, and mail order companies. It is gorgeous, with a desirable shade of purple that works well with flowers of other colors. Fantastic container plant. Can be grown in hanging baskets or trained on a trellis. Only one is needed to fill out a container. Easy to grow everywhere and constantly in bloom. Cut it back if it gets too long. Self deadheading.

1995 AAS Flower Award Winner. Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner.
Talking about Double Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia 'Double Cascade Orchid Mist') on August 28, bxncbx wrote:

I grew Petunia Double Cascade Orchid Mist from seed this year specifically to plant in a hanging basket. I also gave plants to my neighbor for her hanging basket when the petunia it came with died. The flowers are large and showy. It also continues to flower well even without deadheading, but I think it was misnamed because the plants do not cascade. For the most part, they are upright in both baskets. I will definitely grow them again because the flowers are gorgeous, but I'll plant them in the ground or in a planter. I think the wave petunias would do better in hanging baskets.
Talking about Multiflora Spreading/Trailing Petunia (Petunia Crazytunia® Sparky) on April 27, Paul2032 wrote:

There is nothing shy about this bright cheery petunia. A single plant would be an exclamation point in a mixed bed and a grouping of several plants would be spectacular. Nothing subtle here.
Talking about Petunia (Petunia 'African Sunset') on February 22, jmorth wrote:

AAS winner 2014
Talking about Petunia (Petunia Cascadias™ Indian Summer) on February 8, SongofJoy wrote:

These have a medium flower size. Orange or yellow petunias usually aren't the strongest flowers.
Talking about Petunia (Petunia Phantom™) on August 27, SongofJoy wrote:

This variegated petunia is quite interesting. It does very well here in my part of the South, spreads and blooms like crazy. I haven't found anything not to like about it and it always elicits positive comments from people who see it.
Talking about Violet-flowered Petunia (Petunia 'Laura Bush') on May 27, LindaTX8 wrote:

I've decided these are the only petunia plants I'll buy every single year at the nursery. Unfortunately, they haven't reseeded for me, but they just out-perform the rest of the nursery petunias I've tried. Excellent on repeat blooming and doesn't have to be babied. Well, I also like Ragin' Cajun, but I propagate the one I got at a trade, so I don't have to buy any.
Talking about Petunia (Petunia Fortunia® Silver Vein) on May 8, dorab wrote:

Single bloom is about 2 inches across.
Talking about Violet-flowered Petunia (Petunia integrifolia) on March 28, CarolineScott wrote:

Sprouted in 5 days under lights and at above 20ºC.
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia 'Dolce Limoncello') on December 1, Joannabanana wrote:

Free-flowering big yellow blooms. Mounding, semi-trailing, and started from seed
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia Ez Rider™ Rose) on November 20, Joannabanana wrote:

Ez Rider Series Mix

Chopper Mix: Blue, Deep Salmon, Rose, White
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia Ez Rider™ Deep Salmon) on November 20, Joannabanana wrote:

Ez Rider Series Mix

Chopper Mix: Blue, Deep Salmon, Rose, White
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia Ez Rider™ Deep Pink) on November 20, Joannabanana wrote:

Ez Rider Series Mix

Chopper Mix: Blue, Deep Salmon, Rose, White
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia Ez Rider™ Blue) on November 20, Joannabanana wrote:

Ez Rider Series Mix

Chopper Mix: Blue, Deep Salmon, Rose, White
Talking about Grandiflora Petunia (Petunia Ez Rider™ White) on November 20, Joannabanana wrote:

Ez Rider Series Mix

Chopper Mix: Blue, Deep Salmon, Rose, White

» View more comments

National Gardening Association

© 2016 Dash Works, LLC
Times are presented in US Central Standard Time
Today's site banner is by JamesAcclaims and is called "Hibiscus Pink Flare"

About - Contact - Terms of Service - Privacy - Memberlist - Acorns - Links - Ask a Question - Newsletter

Follow us on TwitterWe are on Facebook.We Pin at Pinterest.Subscribe to our Youtube ChannelView our instagram