Red Compact Petunia
Red Compact Petunia belongs to the family of nightshades. The trumpet-shaped blooms have a single set of plain edged petals and come in shades of red and scarlet. They are the prolific bloomers and provide flowers throughout the summer.
Planting & Care
SunLight: Petunias prefer to be grown in full sun, although during hot, sunny summers they will tolerate light shade.
Soil: Light, moderately fertile soil with good drainage and an acidic pH ranging between 6 to 7 is ideal for growing petunias.
Water: requires moderate watering and slightly moist soil during the day. Water regularly but let the soil to dry out between the watering spells to avoid root rot.
Fertilizer: apply slow-release fertilizer at the time of planting or feed them every other week using organic compost or diluted liquid fertilizer.
Temperature: Petunias also prefer warmer temperatures Ideal germination temperature for Petunias should range between 22 to 30 °C