18 New Petunias To Add For 2014

Tried and true, petunias are a garden staple. Here are some new introductions breeders are rolling out for your consideration in 2014.

 

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  1. Always fun to see new varieties. There are some new petunias from Hort Couture also that we will be trying for 2014. We’re excited about a lot of their other introductions as well for keeping our offering fresh and interesting. I love that it will help to set us apart from the mass merchandizers. Do you ever check out what Hort Couture is doing and showcase their introductions? Just curious…

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