Ruellia Ciliosa (Wild Petunias)
- Plant Care
Ruellia plants offer unique beauty to landscape areas. Petunias are one of the most popular garden flowers for both borders and containers. They are fast-growing, prolific bloomers, and you can find them in just about every color. Petunias have wide, trumpet-shaped flowers and branching foliage that is hairy and somewhat sticky. The primary blooming season for petunias is in the summer.
Petunias also will require regular watering and feeding throughout the growing season. Extreme summer heat also can cause a temporary cease in blooming. And they might appreciate some protection from extreme weather which can involve moving container plants to a protected area or setting up a temporary cover over garden beds. Pretty petunias are one of the most popular flowers because of their exceptional blooms and long flowering period.
- Most petunia varieties prefer full sun, meaning at least six hours of direct sunlight on most days.Water when the soil begins to dry out. Try not to let the soil dry out more than 2 inches down.Petunias prefer a light, fertile soil that provides good drainage.15 – 30 °CUse a general-purpose slow-release fertilizer during growing season.
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