Pretty Grand Petunias are more compact than a lot of other petunias The foliage stays closer to the ground while the blooms are held a little higher which reduces the risk of botrytis. The plants are naturally branching with shorter internodes to keep plants more compact. They also have very good garden performance.
Pretty Grand Petunias deliver large blooms and an even plant growing habit among all colors in the series. They have trumpet-shaped flowers that are 3 inches across. They are popular for their large flowers and their excellent garden performance. The series is free flowering, and the plants are compact and bushy. They also have a good disease resistance.
Pretty Grand come in a wide variety of solid colors. Petunias do well from early spring until late fall. In the fall, Petunias are excellent plants to fill in if you have to replace any summer plants in early September when it is still too warm for Pansies. Petunias are able to handle the warmer weather of late summer/early fall and the cooler weather of mid- to late fall. They will survive light frosts, but the blooms will probably get some frost damage. A hard frost will kill most varieties of petunias.
Petunias are easy to grow. They do well in a wide variety of soils. They can an be pinched after the initial flowering to maintain bushiness and promote new flower growth, or they can be left to grow naturally. Petunias are fragrant and attract butterflies.
Plant Pretty Grand Petunias as a border in a flower bed or edge along a sidewalk. They can be used in all garden applications from mass plantings to containers and hanging baskets. Petunias have been a long-time favorite of gardeners.
We grow Pretty Grand Petunias in our #4 Annuals size and carry Blue Sky, Deep Pink, Mello Yellow, Midnight, Mix, Purple, Red, Rose, Summer and White.
Plant in full sun to part sun 6-8″ apart. Grows 6-10″ tall and 8-12″ wide.