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Florist Type Italian Petunia ALLEGRA

Petunia Grandiflora 


Petunias are among the most popular flowering annuals for good reason.Petunias are bright and lively, bloom from spring until frost, and scent the air with lovely fragrance.Best of all, petunias are amazingly easy to grow, both in the garden and in containers.Grandiflora have the largest flowers


Allegra Series are tender, compact, mound-forming to trailing perennials, typically grown as annual bedding plants, with long stems bearing ovate to heart-shaped, grey-green leaves and,
(50 cm ) 25-30" Tall, upright, double flowered, with thick stems that can be used as cutflower in fresh local market. Crop about 70 days from potting( fro seeds). The grower should be prepared to provide some support for the stems. Can also be used as a climbing plant.Expect flowering from early summer into autumn, fragrant, double flowers, some veined, in shades of purple, pink, and white.

Petunia ALLEGRA are bred in southern Italy by an historical breeding house, established in 1870, Farao in Sarno.
The Faraone Mennella Family is renowned for the unique breeding skills and the outstanding quality of the selected varieties in many seed crops.

Their Cut Flower Petunia F1 Hybrid/GMO free line (Allegra) represent a unique, groundbreaking innovation in the flower industry and are available only in limited quantities for very selected, top notch growers.



Life Cycle: Annual

Site : Full Sun/Partial

Height :25-36"

Plant spacing: 12 " ( 0.30 cm)

Plants oer order : 10


How to grow:


Petunias are fast-growing plants that will reach full size by late spring. When to plant petunias depends on your area's projected last spring frost date; the plants must not be exposed to any frost. You can keep petunias blooming all summer by giving them enough sun, water, and fertilizer


Shipping : young seedlings will be available in early spring, check back later for availability and pre- order


Petunia Grandiflora ALLEGRA

$30.00 Regular Price
$24.00Sale Price
Expected to ship after last frost
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