Petunia

Petunia Veranda Scarlet

Vaso: 10 to 16 cm pot, plant from late November to early March for a flowering from late March. Basket 16 to 20 cm, plant from December to January. basket of 25 cm with 3 plants: plant from early January to late February for a bloom from late March.
Soil: suggest a well-drained soil with clay, indicated pH 5-6 with the addition of iron chelate.
Prunning: Prune one week after transplanting
Light: full sun.
Irrigation: Water regularly, boughts of drought will make the leaves turn yellow
Fertilizer: are very demanding, fertilise only when the roots are well-formed (ab. 2-3 wk.) fertilize 0,3 - 0,5% (3-5g / liter) per week with a balanced fertilizer. We recommend fertilizing 2 times with iron chelate (sequestrene or Ferrilene).
Retardent: 1 -3 treatments with Alar (0.3%) or 1-2 treatments with Topflor (0.05%) (may cause damage to the open flowers) or 2-3 treatments with 0.15% CCC.
Flowering: end of March beginning of April, the Veranda series blooms before the others.

Petunia Surfinia Purple

Vaso: 10 to 16 cm pot, plant from late November to early March for a flowering from late March. Basket 16 to 20 cm, plant from December to January. basket of 25 cm with 3 plants: plant from early January to late February for a bloom from late March.
Soil: suggest a well-drained soil with clay, indicated pH 5-6 with the addition of iron chelate.
Prunning: Prune one week after transplanting
Light: full sun.
Irrigation: Water regularly, boughts of drought will make the leaves turn yellow
Fertilizer: are very demanding, fertilise only when the roots are well-formed (ab. 2-3 wk.) fertilize 0,3 - 0,5% (3-5g / liter) per week with a balanced fertilizer. We recommend fertilizing 2 times with iron chelate (sequestrene or Ferrilene).
Retardent: 1 -3 treatments with Alar (0.3%) or 1-2 treatments with Topflor (0.05%) (may cause damage to the open flowers) or 2-3 treatments with 0.15% CCC.
Flowering: end of March beginning of April, the Veranda series blooms before the others.

Petunia Surfinia Sky Blue

Vaso: 10 to 16 cm pot, plant from late November to early March for a flowering from late March. Basket 16 to 20 cm, plant from December to January. basket of 25 cm with 3 plants: plant from early January to late February for a bloom from late March.
Soil: suggest a well-drained soil with clay, indicated pH 5-6 with the addition of iron chelate.
Prunning: Prune one week after transplanting
Light: full sun.
Irrigation: Water regularly, boughts of drought will make the leaves turn yellow
Fertilizer: are very demanding, fertilise only when the roots are well-formed (ab. 2-3 wk.) fertilize 0,3 - 0,5% (3-5g / liter) per week with a balanced fertilizer. We recommend fertilizing 2 times with iron chelate (sequestrene or Ferrilene).
Retardent: 1 -3 treatments with Alar (0.3%) or 1-2 treatments with Topflor (0.05%) (may cause damage to the open flowers) or 2-3 treatments with 0.15% CCC.
Flowering: end of March beginning of April, the Veranda series blooms before the others.

Petunia Surfinia Hot Pink

Vaso: 10 to 16 cm pot, plant from late November to early March for a flowering from late March. Basket 16 to 20 cm, plant from December to January. basket of 25 cm with 3 plants: plant from early January to late February for a bloom from late March.
Soil: suggest a well-drained soil with clay, indicated pH 5-6 with the addition of iron chelate.
Prunning: Prune one week after transplanting
Light: full sun.
Irrigation: Water regularly, boughts of drought will make the leaves turn yellow
Fertilizer: are very demanding, fertilise only when the roots are well-formed (ab. 2-3 wk.) fertilize 0,3 - 0,5% (3-5g / liter) per week with a balanced fertilizer. We recommend fertilizing 2 times with iron chelate (sequestrene or Ferrilene).
Retardent: 1 -3 treatments with Alar (0.3%) or 1-2 treatments with Topflor (0.05%) (may cause damage to the open flowers) or 2-3 treatments with 0.15% CCC.
Flowering: end of March beginning of April, the Veranda series blooms before the others.

Petunia Veranda Dark Blue

Vaso: 10 to 16 cm pot, plant from late November to early March for a flowering from late March. Basket 16 to 20 cm, plant from December to January. basket of 25 cm with 3 plants: plant from early January to late February for a bloom from late March.
Soil: suggest a well-drained soil with clay, indicated pH 5-6 with the addition of iron chelate.
Prunning: Prune one week after transplanting
Light: full sun.
Irrigation: Water regularly, boughts of drought will make the leaves turn yellow
Fertilizer: are very demanding, fertilise only when the roots are well-formed (ab. 2-3 wk.) fertilize 0,3 - 0,5% (3-5g / liter) per week with a balanced fertilizer. We recommend fertilizing 2 times with iron chelate (sequestrene or Ferrilene).
Retardent: 1 -3 treatments with Alar (0.3%) or 1-2 treatments with Topflor (0.05%) (may cause damage to the open flowers) or 2-3 treatments with 0.15% CCC.
Flowering: end of March beginning of April, the Veranda series blooms before the others.

Petunia Cranberry Blast

Variety: petunia's from these new seeds gives them really new characteristics. The result of research by Renato Farone Mennella, the Mona Lisa is the first sterile hybrid petunia , does not produce seed. This allows the plant to produce a larger number of flowers and ability to store a greater amount of nutrients in the leaves and in the tissues of the plant, giving it a greater resistance to both heat and cold. The habit is makes it ideal fit for both the balcony or use as a ground cover. These are the first colors of a series of excellent quality guaranteed to be a success.
Behaviour: annual.
Transplant: from January to April in alveolar containers from 3 x 3 cm repot from February to April in pots from 10 or basket directly.
Temperature: 10 -14°C.
Substrate: draining light and poor in nutrients, pH 5,56,5.
Nutrition: needs little
use: border plant, flower bed and balconies.

Petunia Pareo Bordato Mix

Variety: petunia's from these new seeds gives them really new characteristics. The result of research by Renato Farone Mennella, the Mona Lisa is the first sterile hybrid petunia , does not produce seed. This allows the plant to produce a larger number of flowers and ability to store a greater amount of nutrients in the leaves and in the tissues of the plant, giving it a greater resistance to both heat and cold. The habit is makes it ideal fit for both the balcony or use as a ground cover. These are the first colors of a series of excellent quality guaranteed to be a success.
Behaviour: annual.
Transplant: from January to April in alveolar containers from 3 x 3 cm repot from February to April in pots from 10 or basket directly.
Temperature: 10 -14°C.
Substrate: draining light and poor in nutrients, pH 5,56,5.
Nutrition: needs little
use: border plant, flower bed and balconies.

Petunia Kaliffo Frangiato Mix

Variety: petunia's from these new seeds gives them really new characteristics. The result of research by Renato Farone Mennella, the Mona Lisa is the first sterile hybrid petunia , does not produce seed. This allows the plant to produce a larger number of flowers and ability to store a greater amount of nutrients in the leaves and in the tissues of the plant, giving it a greater resistance to both heat and cold. The habit is makes it ideal fit for both the balcony or use as a ground cover. These are the first colors of a series of excellent quality guaranteed to be a success.
Behaviour: annual.
Transplant: from January to April in alveolar containers from 3 x 3 cm repot from February to April in pots from 10 or basket directly.
Temperature: 10 -14°C.
Substrate: draining light and poor in nutrients, pH 5,56,5.
Nutrition: needs little
use: border plant, flower bed and balconies.

Petunia Gioconda Rosso

Variety: petunia's from these new seeds gives them really new characteristics. The result of research by Renato Farone Mennella, the Mona Lisa is the first sterile hybrid petunia , does not produce seed. This allows the plant to produce a larger number of flowers and ability to store a greater amount of nutrients in the leaves and in the tissues of the plant, giving it a greater resistance to both heat and cold. The habit is makes it ideal fit for both the balcony or use as a ground cover. These are the first colors of a series of excellent quality guaranteed to be a success.
Behaviour: annual.
Transplant: from January to April in alveolar containers from 3 x 3 cm repot from February to April in pots from 10 or basket directly.
Temperature: 10 -14°C.
Substrate: draining light and poor in nutrients, pH 5,56,5.
Nutrition: needs little
use: border plant, flower bed and balconies.

Petunia Gioconda Pink

Variety: petunia's from these new seeds gives them really new characteristics. The result of research by Renato Farone Mennella, the Mona Lisa is the first sterile hybrid petunia , does not produce seed. This allows the plant to produce a larger number of flowers and ability to store a greater amount of nutrients in the leaves and in the tissues of the plant, giving it a greater resistance to both heat and cold. The habit is makes it ideal fit for both the balcony or use as a ground cover. These are the first colors of a series of excellent quality guaranteed to be a success.
Behaviour: annual.
Transplant: from January to April in alveolar containers from 3 x 3 cm repot from February to April in pots from 10 or basket directly.
Temperature: 10 -14°C.
Substrate: draining light and poor in nutrients, pH 5,56,5.
Nutrition: needs little
use: border plant, flower bed and balconies.

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