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Re: Petunias

In a message dated 3/31/10 1:50:30 PM, justjess01@gmail.com writes:

> Can anybody recommend an old fashioned, heirloom petunia? And where to
> find them or the seeds?  I love the smell of them, but they all seem
> to be hybrids now and that takes away some of the scent.  I love the
> LOOK of the "wave" petunias, and have grown them, but they can't beat
> the original fragrance.

Jesse, haven't talked with this group for awhile but your subject line
grabbed my eye.   I thought sure you would be talking of the new bi-colored
petunias (rose with the green edge )   'Pretty Much Picasso'
For the old favorites w/scent try Select Seed as they have several and
available from seed and as a plant.   I have ordered both seed and plants from
them and have been pleased

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