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
3" pot

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
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.