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Mexican Petunia

Mexican Petunia


About the plant~

With forms tall and short, this evergreen, herbaceous perennial — hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 8-11 — deserves consideration for inclusion in southern gardens. 

The tall version forms clumps 18 inches across, while the short type forms 12-inch clumps. It’s an erect, often-multi-stemmed plant with dark green, droopy, slender, and long leaves. 

It’s especially loved for its papery, trumpet-shaped flowers that mimic every shade of the purple rainbow, as well as white and pink.


Sadly, each lovely flower lasts just a day. But fret not — the plant produces a succession of profuse two-inch flowers daily from spring through fall.

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