Silver Tidal Wave Hybrid Petunia

Silver Tidal Wave Hybrid Petunia

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5.0 (1 review)
An AAS Winner!
A 2002 AAS Winner with silvery-lavender 2 inch flowers punctuated with deep purple eyes. Grow as a groundcover or hedge. Space plants 12 inches apart to form a hedge of flowers 16 to 22 inches tall. Space plants 24 inches apart and they'll spread like a groundcover 8 inches tall and 4 feet wide. Or grow like a vine using a trellis or bush for support. They resist lodging, recover quickly from rain and won't fall open in the center. They have excellent Botrytis tolerance. Pelleted seed.
15 - seeds per packet
1 FOR $5.95
3 FOR $16.35
6 FOR $29.70
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Product Details

: 91
: Spring
: Fertile, well-drained
: 4-6-7
: Summer
: Summer to frost
: 3 - Normal
: 3" pot

Physical Details

Height: 16 to 22
: Yes
: Green
: Lavender
: 7 to 14
: 40 to 50
: 18 to 24
: Yes
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Tidal Wave Petunia
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Tidal Wave Petunia
: Petunia
: x hybrida
: Tidal Wave Silver

Shipping Details

: AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID
Product Reviews
5.0 (1 review)
  • By mary r
    From Davisburg, MI
    I have been growing Tidal Wave petunias for years. I have tried them all and although the silver are not my favorite color they are by far the most prolific flower I've ever grown. I plant 3 plants in a 12 inch hole with manure and basically never do anything else for the rest of the season. The 3 plants quickly fill a 3 foot area by summer and by early fall they have spread to a 6-7 foot area and about 3 foot tall. They with stand fairly heavy frost and I have had blooms well into November (Michigan) with snow on them and they still look great. When I place my seed order these are the first to go in my cart. Keep in mind you do have to plant early. I'm in zone 5 and I plant mid to late February.