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Re: Know any sources for for "Wave Petunias?

  • Subject: Re: Know any sources for for "Wave Petunias?
  • From: "H. WILLIAMS" <msbucky@home.com>
  • Date: Fri, 08 Jun 2001 23:46:55 -0400

Pretty much any of the larger garden centres, nurserys, supermarkets
etc., carry the Wave.  They are also known as surfinias, if that's any
help.  I tried them a couple of years ago with disappointing results. 
Full day sun and ample moisture is a requisite for good results.


Jim Sherwood wrote:
> I found "Wave" petunias @ http://www.wave-rave.com
> and am looking for a source.
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