Laura Bush Petunia Pink
Petunia X violacea (Solanaceae)
A hardy, reseeding annual variety native to South America. The Laura Bush Petunia goes "Hollywood" with a new color dimension: iridescent pink. The Pink Laura Bush Petunia is an open pollinated color selection that has retained all the desirable traits of heat and cold tolerance and disease resistance as the original Laura Bush Petunia. The intolerable shaped flowers to burst into a breathtaking display of color. Prefers full sun in well drained, fertile soil. Very low maintenance and quite impressive!
Direct sow in early spring after the danger of frost has passed.
Suggested Use: Wooded barrels, borders, hanging baskets.
Miscellaneous Use: Flowers are delightfully fragrant. Reseeds. If started in flats, space transplants 12 inches apart. Soil temperatures below 68°F will limit germination response. Requires a minimum of 7 hours of direct sun or plants will become spindly and have fewer blooms.
Average Planting Success: 80%
Height: 8 - 24 inches
Germination: 15 - 30 days
Optimum Soil Temp. for Germination: 68°F - 86°F
Sowing Depth: Surface Sow
Blooming Period: April-First Frost
Average Seeds Per Pound: 6,549,000
Seeds/Pkt: 200 Covers 30 sq.ft.
1 oz covers 2,723 sq.ft.
Seeding Rate: 1 lb. per acre