Plant care best practices
Petunia plants are a native of South America. These plants are hardy and small in size. They like full sun and can be put in the garden in any place wanted. During very high temperatures and hot winds that blow, they need to be provided shade and kept away from the harsh weather. Similarly, too much cold or snow can kill the plants. They need to be established well in the garden and cared for. They also need a good amount of water every week and deep watering 2 times a week is always good. Monthly fertilization will add to the health of the plants and good flowers. The soil where they are planted needs to be well manured and well drained.
|Pot size||5 inches|
|Plant height||0.5 feet|
|Plant spread||0.5 feet|
Once received, keep the plant in an open space where there is full sunlight and good air.
Full, partial sun
Planting medium needs
The soil needs to be well drained and mixed with organic fertilizers.
Once every week during summers. Once in 2 weeks in winter. Deep irrigation is needed.
Medium to High. Avoid extreme cold weather.
Once every month with organic fertilizer.
Overwatering : Root rot can happen. Check the watering frequency
Wilted leaves : Irrigation frequency can be a problem. Give proper amounts of water to the plant
Pests : Apply neem oil when found.