Last fall when I moved my plants inside for the winter, I discovered a itsy bitsy petunia seedling in one of my plant pots. I'm not sure what kind of petunia it is. I suspect its from a seed from my wave petunias, but being a gardener that often plants seeds and forgets them, its possible I planted some regular petunias and that is the only one that came up.
I brought it inside for the winter thinking it would blossom in the middle of winter. It is now happily at home in my greenhouse and suddenly growing like a weed. I've pinched it back a few times to "fill it out" and am quite pleased with how it has responded.
Now, I'm waiting for those first blooms to appear.
I'm thinking this snowy day is a good time to plant some coleus and herbs - and maybe a petunia or two - if I can find some seeds. For now, the old seeds I have from last year will have to do, as I haven't ordered this season's seeds quite yet.
Until Next time . . . HAPPY GARDENING!
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