Petunia 'Double Fanfare F1'

Petunia grandiflora 'Double Fanfare F1'

Petunia 'Double Fanfare F1'

Petunia grandiflora 'Double Fanfare F1'
Beautiful double flowers!
Petunia 'Fanfare' F1 hybrid double mixed has fabulous double flowers with fringed, variegated petals in bright colours! ‘Fanfare’ makes a great cut flower.
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Specifications:
Latin name: Petunia grandiflora 'Double Fanfare F1'
Guarantee: 1 year growth and flowering guarantee
Preferred location: Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer: No
Leafs all year: No
Hardy plants: No
Self polinating: No
Edible: No
Scented: Not Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: Yes
Flowering: June - October
Growing Height: 30 - 35 cm
Planting+

Petunia seed requires no prior treatment.

How to Sow

Sow indoors, January-March.
Sow in the garden, April through June.

There are two ways to sow:

  1. Easiest is a propagator on the window- sill from January, or the cold-frame. Fill pots or seed trays with seeding compost and lay one seed per pot, on the soil. Press it carefully down - do not cover as petunias need the light to germinate. Sprinkle very carefully with water and heat will do the rest. Stand in a cooler spot if they get too big before they can go outdoors - transplant to a bigger pot if you think it necessary. Plant out mid-May once hardened off - stand them outdoors in a sheltered, shady spot, for one hour longer every day for 5 days. Then they will be acclimatised and can go outdoors.
  2. Plant in the garden, preferably in full sun from the end of April through June. Loosen the soil with a fork to at least 30 cm deep. Make a straight shallow groove and label the row. Lay one seed in the groove at 10 cm intervals - do not cover as petunias need the light to germinate. Carefully sprinkle the row with water. Extra rows at 20 cm apart. The seedlings are susceptible to frost so do protect them with some garden fleece if this is forecast.
The seed will germinate in 7-14 days.

Transplanting
Plant the profuse flowering Petunia 'Fanfare' double mixed F1 hybrid from mid May in their final position. Petunias are perfect for baskets or other pots and planters but also look great in borders and beds. Prepare a hole and improve poor garden soil with well rotted manure or extra potting compost.

In borders and beds, plant approx. 20 cm apart - in pots and hanging baskets, 10 cm. Water immediately after planting. If kept in a sunny position this petunia will be absolutely laden with flowers the whole summer through.

Care+

Only water extra in periods of drought. Keep the bed free of weed and your petunias will thrive. Undemanding, but does not like to stand in the wet. Petunias will thrive even in poor soil but a regular feed will ensure profuse flowering of Petunia 'Fanfare' double mixed F1 hybrid so add plant food to the watering can fortnightly.

Keep deadheading and you will enjoy even more flowers. The flowers will delight you from June until the first frosts.

Pots and hanging baskets

Petunias are ideal for pots, containers and hanging baskets. Plant the young plants close together in the spring using fresh potting compost. You can make the most beautiful partnerships and complement many other plants - try for instance with Lobelia, hanging geraniums and Verbena.

Beds and borders
Petunias are best known for planting in hanging baskets but without doubt a very versatile garden plant. The Petunia 'Fanfare' double mixed F1 hybrid make excellent bedding plants and ground cover. Try filling a bed edged with 'Box' with this summer favourite. Or enhance the edge of your paths with its colourful flowers. The hanging stems can also trail over a low wall.

Tip: When your spring flowers are over, Petunias are great for filling up the bare spaces left in borders and beds. Even right up to July!

Extra+

Petunias are annuals that grow to 25-30 cm tall. This plant is originally from South America. The first petunias were brought to Europe from Argentina in 1833. Since then nurserymen have hybridised it many times and have produced countless varieties. Now there are hybrid primarily for sale in the most beautiful colours and shapes.

Petunia belongs in the family of nightshades (Solanaceae). Most hybrids fall under P. x hybrida but there are so many, a subdivision was made, called sections.

The following sections are the best known:

  1. Petunia Grandiflora - large-flowered (10 cm flowers) - less resistant to bad weather.
  2. Petunia Hedgiflora - very low growing, creeping or ground covering petunias.
  3. Petunia Mulitflora - medium sized (5.1 cm flowers), creeping, really weather resistant (sun and rain).
  4. Petunia Milliflora - small-flowered (2.5 cm flowers) petunias.
In addition there are a few natural varieties too but not generally for sale.

Petunia 'Fanfare' double mixed F1 hybrid belongs in the Grandiflora section.

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