Planting petunias and growing seedlings
Flowers such as petunia attract gardeners with their incredible beauty, variety of colors and the simplicity that distinguishes them from growing and caring. Petunia is characterized by creeping or erect densely branched stems and sessile leaves of various sizes. Its flowers are large enough in size with a short peduncle. Some varieties of the flower have an extremely unpleasant aroma. The plant bears fruit in the form of bivalve bolls. As the seeds ripen, these capsules crack.
Most often, petunia is propagated by seeds. The most suitable timing for planting petunias is the end of winter (if you want to get early flowering) or the second half of March.
Over the next 5-10 days, regular spraying of the soil should be carried out with preliminary removal of the covering material. To accelerate the development of seedlings, you can organize its illumination with a fluorescent lamp.
When planning to grow this plant, it is important to observe the terms of planting petunias and the technology of growing its seedlings. Having spent some effort initially, then it will be possible to admire the magnificent flowers until the fall.