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Petunia Double Wave® Blue Velvet

Petunia Double Wave® Blue Velvet

Perfect for beds, borders, and containers!


This item does not qualify for any additional discounts or promotions.
This item does not qualify for any additional discounts or promotions.
This item does not qualify for any additional discounts or promotions.

The most popular Petunia for American gardens, Wave® blooms over a long season, self-cleans, stands up to heat and humidity, and trails magnificently from containers. The only thing better? A double-flowered Wave® -- in this case, gorgeous Blue Velvet!

Velvety shades of true blue fill the sunny garden, patio, deck, and any other sunny spot from this fast-growing, tirelessly blooming annual plant. Blue can be a tricky shade to find in the garden, which makes Blue Velvet all the more prized! Just 6 to 8 inches high, the habit is both mounding and spreading, reaching a full 2 feet long.

The flowers arise nonstop until frost, and all this plant asks for is water, food, and plenty of sunshine! Find a special place for it this season, and enjoy nonstop flowers from early summer into fall! They even self-clean, and the plant habit stays neat and fresh, with no dying stems to trim away. Few annuals are easier or more colorful over such a long, lovely season!

An enduring classic, Double Wave® will sell out quickly, so please order yours today! PP 17,675. Cultivar name: 'Kirimaji Double Blue Velvet.'

When it's time for your plants to make their journey from our greenhouses to your doorstep, we take no chances with their health. Every plant receives Express (2-day) shipping at the more economical standard shipping rates, so that it arrives promptly, without enduring delays along the way.

  • Butterflies like a lot of sunlight, so locate your garden in a sunny area.
  • If you live in a windy location, plant your butterfly-attracting plants near a building, fence, or hedge to protect them.
  • Plant a variety of nectar-rich plants, as well as shrubs and evergreens for shelter.
  • Since many butterflies and native flowering plants have co-evolved, try to put in some that are native to your area. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildlife Center provides lists of plants native to states and regions.
  • Certain colors are particularly attracting to butterflies – red, yellow, pink, purple, or orange blooms that are clustered or flat-topped, with a short flower tubes are especially attractive to adult butterflies.
  • Avoid using pesticides, especially around nectar-producing plants.
  • Provide a shallow source of water – try a birdbath with pebbles lining the bowl.
  • Place a rock in a sunny spot for butterfly basking and resting.
  • Create a "puddling area" by digging a shallow hole filled with compost or manure where rainwater will collect and release essential salts and minerals.
  • If you want butterflies to breed in your garden, put in some caterpillar food plants, such as parsley, milkweeds, asters, thistles, violets, clover, grasses, and Queen Anne’s Lace.
  • Since butterflies need nectar throughout the entire adult phase of their lives, try to create a design that will allow for a continuous bloom – when one stops blooming, another starts.