Old-Fashioned Vining Petunia
- Annual plants can be grown as a perennial in Zones 9-11
- Mix of fragrant white, pink, lavender, and purple flowers
- Self-seeding and grows well in containers
- Trailing stems grow to 2-3 feet
(Petunia multiflora) Common in Iowa gardens a century ago, this fragrant, old-fashioned beauty offers vintage appeal. Its aromatic, single-trumpeted flowers can be white, pink, lavender, or purple; they bloom from June until hard frost. The strong plants have trailing 2-3' stems, and work well in hanging baskets as well as borders. Self-sowing annual, perennial in zones 9-11.
Start Indoors: 8-10 weeks before last frost
Germination: 7-10 Days
Plant Outdoors: 7-10” Apart
Light: Sun/Partial Shade
Instructions - Sow seeds indoors on the surface of the soil. Plant outdoors after the danger of frost has passed in late spring. Prefers average soil. Remove spent blossoms regularly to prolong blooming.