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Petunias

Botanical name: Petunia

Petunias
Botanical name: Petunia
Petunias (Petunia)

Description

Members of the nightshade family, petunias are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.

Species of Petunias

Petunias 'Supertunia Bordeaux'

Petunias 'Supertunia Bordeaux'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Bordeaux' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Bordeaux' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Priscilla'

Petunia 'Priscilla'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Priscilla' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Priscilla' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Purple Pirouette'

Petunia 'Purple Pirouette'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Purple Pirouette' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Purple Pirouette' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple'

Petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple'

Unlike early flowering petunias, the petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple' will bloom across its season from spring until frost. This improved variety offers a richer shade of purple than predecessors. Its name derives from its series, the Shock Wave, bred for weather resistance and compactness. As result of the petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple''s compact habit, the cultivar is more easily kept in containers and hanging baskets.
Petunias 'Supertunia Lavender Skies'

Petunias 'Supertunia Lavender Skies'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Lavender Skies' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Lavender Skies' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Royal Sky'

Petunias 'Royal Sky'

The petunias 'Royal Sky' is a unique variety of the SKYfamily group of petunias, cultivars which feature unusual spots of white that imitate the night sky. This cultivar has bright purple flowers spattered with white "stars." This petunia cultivar from Selecta has garnered its name from its deep purple color, which is associated with royalty. Petunias 'Royal Sky' is liked by gardeners for being fast-growing and eye-catching.
Petunias 'Supertunia Honey'

Petunias 'Supertunia Honey'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Honey' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Honey' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Wave Misty Lilac'

Petunias 'Wave Misty Lilac'

This mass of light-colored lilac blooms puts on quite the show and is unlike any other species of the Wave Hybrids as they are generally bright in color. Petunias 'Wave Misty Lilac' is a Petunia Hybrid, but the exact genealogy of this plant is not specified. The name "Wave Misty Lilac" is self-explanatory, relating to the group of hybrids it's in (Wave), the way it spreads (like mist), and the color of its blooms.
Petunias 'Supertunia Mulberry Charm'

Petunias 'Supertunia Mulberry Charm'

The color of ripe mulberries gives the Petunias 'Supertunia Mulberry Charm' its delicious name. This variant was selected for color, with deep purple centers and veined white exteriors. Petunias 'Supertunia Mulberry Charm' has a mounded habit that trails slightly, making it ideal for pots. It is one of a series called Supertunia, all bred for good color, a multitude of flowers, and vigor.
Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Silverberry'

Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Silverberry'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Vista Silverberry' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Vista Silverberry' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Lovie Dovie'

Petunias 'Supertunia Lovie Dovie'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Lovie Dovie' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Lovie Dovie' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Potunia Dark Red'

Petunias 'Potunia Dark Red'

Particularly popular with pollinators, the petunias 'Potunia Dark Red' is a petunia cultivar named for its dark red blooms and place in the Potunia Series. This series is known for its unique and vivid colors and its compact, mounding habit. Plants in this series come in many colors, and petunias 'Potunia Dark Red' is the dark red variety. This cultivar is ideal for well-drained container gardens or as dense ground cover.
Petunias 'Easy Wave White'

Petunias 'Easy Wave White'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Easy Wave White' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Easy Wave White' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Shock Wave Denim'

Petunias 'Shock Wave Denim'

It's easy to understand why this plant is called "Shock Wave" when you see its vibrant cascading flowers. Petunias 'Shock Wave Denim''s individuality comes from its blooms, a multitude of purple flowers that are smaller but rebound faster than other petunias. As this petunia hybrid's blossoms mature, they begin to vary in color, producing an eye-catching bicolor effect.
Petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple'

Petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Shock Wave Deep Purple' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Rosy Dawn'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Rosy Dawn'

You will spot petunias 'Easy Wave Rosy Dawn''s defining characteristic, their bright coral blooms, from a mile away. This is a Petunia cultivar placed in the Easy Wave category because of its low-growing habit. An apt name, "Easy Wave Rosy Dawn" was given to describe the features of this plant (growth and color).
Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum'

Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Fuchsia'

Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Fuchsia'

Petunias 'Supertunia Vista Fuchsia' is an excellent petunia cultivar with hot pink to fuchsia blooms. This cultivar is known as a vigorous and fast grower, but it's also noted for its free-flowering habit and extreme disease resistance. It has a semi-upright to cascading growth habit, which makes it a perfect choice for window boxes and hanging baskets.
Petunias 'Potunia Blueberry Ice'

Petunias 'Potunia Blueberry Ice'

Petunias 'Potunia Blueberry Ice' is surely named for the unique color scheme of its flowers; crisp white with a blue-purple center. This cultivar is floriferous and grows in a mound shape. It is part of the Potunia series of multicolored, sun-loving petunia cultivars.
Petunias 'MysterySky'

Petunias 'MysterySky'

The petunias 'MysterySky' is quite a new petunia cultivar and is part of a family of petunias developed for galaxy-like patterning on the blooms. It's not hard to see where the name comes from. This cultivar is deep purple with white spots. It is known to be a vigorous grower with a short culture period. Petunias 'MysterySky' is recommended in pots and containers like hanging baskets to show off its unique patterns.
Petunias 'Select Black Ray'

Petunias 'Select Black Ray'

Petunias 'Select Black Ray' is a popular Petunia cultivar that produces masses of striking velvety-black flowers from the spring until the first frosts hit. It is also known for being able to sustain heat better than most other Petunia cultivar species.
Petunias 'Fantasia Mixed'

Petunias 'Fantasia Mixed'

Petunias 'Fantasia Mixed' is known for its high production of multicolored flowers and quick growth. A cultivated hybrid of petunias, the "Fantasia" collection was named for its near magic-like abundance of wondrous colors. Petunias 'Fantasia Mixed' is frequently used in mass gardens and home gardens for its array of unique colors, hardiness, and ease of care.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Red'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Red'

Popular for its rapid spreading habit, the petunias 'Easy Wave Red' blossoms all season long. Its name likely alludes to its vibrant red flower heads that spread over the ground like a wave. Gardeners use the petunias 'Easy Wave Red' to fill open areas. It is especially heat tolerant and attracts pollinators.
Petunia 'Bingo Red'

Petunia 'Bingo Red'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Bingo Red' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Bingo Red' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Royal Magenta'

Petunias 'Supertunia Royal Magenta'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Royal Magenta' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Royal Magenta' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Clara'

Petunia 'Clara'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Clara' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Clara' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Large white petunia

Large white petunia

Large white petunia ( Petunia axillaris ) is a flowering herbaceous annual plant of the tobacco family (Solanaceae), native to South America. Because of its hardiness and elegant trumpet-shaped white flowers, it is a familiar garden plant, but still less common in gardens than its descendent - the garden petunia. Garden petunia is a hybrid of Petunia axillaris and Petunia integrifolia.
Petunia 'Surfinia Blue Vein'

Petunia 'Surfinia Blue Vein'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Surfinia Blue Vein' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Surfinia Blue Vein' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Night Sky'

Petunia 'Night Sky'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Night Sky' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Night Sky' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Surprise Lime'

Petunia 'Surprise Lime'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Surprise Lime' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Surprise Lime' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Cascadias Rim Magenta'

Petunia 'Cascadias Rim Magenta'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Cascadias Rim Magenta' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Cascadias Rim Magenta' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Wave Blue'

Petunia 'Wave Blue'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Wave Blue' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Wave Blue' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Kleph15313'

Petunias 'Kleph15313'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Kleph15313' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Kleph15313' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Tidal Wave Silver'

Petunias 'Tidal Wave Silver'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Tidal Wave Silver' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Tidal Wave Silver' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Violet'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Violet'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Violet' is a petunia cultivar whose bright violet blooms create a highly distinctive appearance. The name 'Easy Wave Violet' was given to highlight its striking flower coloration and the group of petunias it belongs to: the Easy Waves. These are renowned high performers because of their fast-growing habits and copious blooms.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Blue'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Blue'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Blue' is a hybrid of Petunia that is part of the Easy Wave family developed by the Wave organization. This cultivar is named for the distinctive deep blue, almost violet color of its flowers, which are larger than other petunias measuring up to 8 cm across.
Petunias 'Shock Wave Rose'

Petunias 'Shock Wave Rose'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Shock Wave Rose' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Shock Wave Rose' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Black Cherry'

Petunias 'Supertunia Black Cherry'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Supertunia Black Cherry' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Supertunia Black Cherry' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Silver'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Silver'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Easy Wave Silver' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Easy Wave Silver' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Sangria Charm'

Petunias 'Supertunia Sangria Charm'

Petunias 'Supertunia Sangria Charm' is a petunia cultivar named for the way its flowers look—like the multicolored fruits in sangria. Petunias 'Supertunia Sangria Charm' is an interspecific hybrid created for its flower colors, its multitude of blooms, and its dense, mounded growth habit. It grows quickly and is tolerant of urban pollution.
Petunias 'Lightning Sky'

Petunias 'Lightning Sky'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Lightning Sky' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Lightning Sky' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Frenzy Reflection Mix'

Petunias 'Frenzy Reflection Mix'

Petunias 'Frenzy Reflection Mix' is a unique multiflora type of flower in a range of colors. It is an F1 hybrid of over 20 varieties of petunias that have been specially blended for hanging baskets and pots. Petunias 'Frenzy Reflection Mix' is named for its frenzy of vibrant, mixed colors. Horticulturalists like that they are weather resistant.
Petunias 'Duo Mixed'

Petunias 'Duo Mixed'

Petunias 'Duo Mixed' sports large double flowers in shades of purple, pink, and red. A Petunia x Hybrida, the petunias 'Duo Mixed' is named so because of its double carnation-like flowers that come in multiple shades. This plant is liked by gardeners for being weather-resistant and is popular for borders, containers, and hanging baskets.
Petunias 'Potunia Dark Yellow'

Petunias 'Potunia Dark Yellow'

Members of the nightshade family, petunias 'Potunia Dark Yellow' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunias 'Potunia Dark Yellow' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Supertunia Daybreak Charm'

Petunias 'Supertunia Daybreak Charm'

Petunias 'Supertunia Daybreak Charm' is a spectacular cultivar of Petunia named for dramatic flower coloration which resembles a sunrise, with a yellow-orange center that contrast effectively with a bright fuchsia pink petal tip. The plant is popular with gardeners for its striking appearance, since flowers bloom abundantly from dense stalks in clusters up to 30 cm high and 60 cm across.
Petunias 'Easy Wave Yellow'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Yellow'

Petunias 'Easy Wave Yellow' is a petunia cultivar developed especially for its flowers, which have attractive yellow centers tapering out to white petal tips. These flowers grow up to 8 cm wide, are larger than standard petunias. This cultivar was developed by Wave, an American plant company specializing in Petunia hybrids since 1995.
Petunias 'Supertunia Limoncello'

Petunias 'Supertunia Limoncello'

Petunias 'Supertunia Limoncello' is a cultivar of Petunia named after its delicate yellow flowers, of a shade found only with this strain. It is so-named as it resembles the color of limoncello, the famous Italian liqueur. They are popular with gardeners because they are hardy plants that grow well without maintenance and enjoy a long bloom period.
Petunias 'Peppy Blue'

Petunias 'Peppy Blue'

Petunias 'Peppy Blue' is a trumpet-shaped petunia cultivar, the flowers feature purple and white stripes. This plant is often enjoyed in containers or hanging baskets, where it thrives with just a little additional watering and good drainage. It will attract pollinators to the garden, but deer tend not to be interested in it.
Petunia 'Black Satin'

Petunia 'Black Satin'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Black Satin' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Black Satin' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunia 'Phantom'

Petunia 'Phantom'

Members of the nightshade family, petunia 'Phantom' are flowering plants that originated in South America and have since spread to Europe and North America. The name comes from the word "petun," an indigenous Brazilian term for tobacco. These plants are good at attracting pollinators - in fact, some species of insects and even hummingbirds have evolved to pollinate petunia 'Phantom' specifically! There are 35 different species that range in height from less than 15 cm to over 1.2 m.
Petunias 'Shock Wave Yellow'

Petunias 'Shock Wave Yellow'

The petunias 'Shock Wave Yellow' is unique within the ShockWave® Petunia range for its yellow color. It is a petunia x hybrid WAVE first noticed by a breeder for the Japanese brewing company Kirin Ichiban who then developed it with PanAmerican Seed. Named for its brand and color. Wave petunias are liked by horticulturalists for being easy to grow and maintain.
Violetflower petunia

Violetflower petunia

Petunia integrifolia is native to Argentina. P. integrifolia bears flowers approximately 4 cm in diameter and the plant is typically smaller and harder to cultivate than the well-known hybrid bedding Petunia now known correctly as Petunia × atkinsiana.
Garden petunia

Garden petunia

Garden petunia (Petunia atkinsiana) is a hybrid species of garden plant that describes all hybrids between the two petunia species P. axillaris and P. integrifolia. When grown for gardening, these flowers are relatively easy to grow, can survive in hot climates. Garden petunia require hours of sunlight each day.

Petunias 'Wave Rose'

Petunias 'Wave Rose' is a Petunia cultivar, selected for the color of its flowers and the prolonged blooming season - the rose-pink flowers provide interest throughout the entire summer. The cultivar is also noted for its spreading and cascading growth habit, which makes it a perfect summer bloomer for hanging baskets, window boxes, and containers.
Brazilian red petunia

Brazilian red petunia

Petunia exserta has a bright red corolla with distinctive exserted stamens and stigma, the latter which are typically associated with hummingbird pollination. It shares the erect habit, and similar corolla, pollen, and stalk attributes of Petunia axillaris and Petunia secreta. The flowers have no fragrance, which is not necessary for attracting hummingbirds, who have little sense of smell.
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