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Planting Seeds of Friendship. Emily Fox 3/16/11. Petunia. Three facts The b otanical name is, Petunia and Solanales. The life cycle is annual.

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Planting seeds of friendship

Planting Seeds of Friendship

Emily Fox

3/16/11


Petunia

Petunia

Three facts

  • The botanical name is, Petunia and Solanales.

  • The life cycle is annual.

  • Petunia foliage is pale to medium green. Individual leaves are soft and hairy. They are shaped like elongated ovals with rounded or slightly pointed tips and smooth edges.


Plant details

Plant Details

  • Amount of sunlight is full sun or light shade

  • The height is 6" to 18"

  • Bloom duration is summer through fall

  • The type of soil is average to rich, moist, well-drained soil, adapted to poor soil conditions

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Watering your seed and reproduction

Watering your seed and reproduction

  • Its reproduces by seed and pollination.

  • Watering a petunia needs to have about 5 milliliters but don't put in direct sun light until they start sprouting


Planting seeds of friendship

Uses

  • The uses are beds, borders, edging, hanging baskets, window boxes, and displays


Plant varieties

Plant Varieties

  • The different types of petunias are; grandiflore, multiflora, milliflora, trailing Petunias


Sources

Sources

  • http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf30319870.tip.html

  • http://www.ehow.com/list_6467348_different-varieties-petunias_.html


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