Trailing Petunia Wave Series
Do not cover, sow thinly
Seed trays can be covered with glass to maintain humidity. Shade from direct sunlight with paper. Transplant as soon as seedlings are large enough to handle
Can be sown as early as January
Grow in well drained soil in full sun dead head to prolong flowering.
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Petunia Shock Wave
Smaller flowered than Wave series and excellent in hanging baskets, patio containers, bedding plants and landscape plantings.
Easy Wave Petunias >>
|Petunia Shock Wave F1
Pelleted Seed Recommended
Shock Wave petunias are a blanket of colour with an amazing amount of small high impact flowers of 4-5cm in size. Outstanding performance in containers, pots, hanging baskets and groundcover with a mounding spreading habit similar to Easy Wave. Earliest spreading small flowered petunia available.
Height 17-25cm spreading 75-90cm.
Shock Wave Yellow pkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Pink Veinpkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Coconut pkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Denim pkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Patriotic Mixed pkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Red pkt 10 pellets
Shock Wave Red
A wide spreading habit makes Wonder Wave outstanding for both borders (for groundcover) and containers
|Petunia Wave F1
Similar in habit to Surfinia petunias with 7cm blooms along the length of each branch., with masses of blooms on cascading branches, plants can spread up to 4 feet across. Free flowering all season without the need to cut back. Use for groundcover bedding, large pots, tubs, containers and hanging baskets for a terrific show of colour. Pelleted Seed.
Height 10-15cm spreading 90-120cm.
Petunia Wave Mixed
pkt 10 pellets
Petunia Wave Pink
Petunia Wave Purple
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The cultural information should be
used as a guide only, I have found a number of different sowing techniques for
the same seed from different sources there does not seem to be a standard. With
this in mind you should use this website as a guide only, you probably already
have a tried and tested way of sowing different seeds. As a rule of thumb the
larger the seed size the more cover it requires, and fine seed like Lobelia
Begonia etc requires no cover.
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