I'm looking for a couple cheap ones .
Had an friend who tried unsuccefully to grow Blueberries in Bend...he quit once I sent him the acid requirements...Just buys them now, at least you won't have problems with fungus on your side but here's a OSU link : https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/ec1304You guys over on the west side of the state have it good for growing blueberries. Wife and I usually stop by Mossyrock on our way back from the coast for some. One year I decided to try and grow them here in the desert, did a bunch of reading, bought plants and acidic soil but they never took off. It’s something I want to revisit though now that I know a bit more.
I might add my 12 plants love fir sawdust mulch and adequate summer water (shallow roots)
Sold tons of the original wave petunias when they first came out in the early 90's. Easy wave was a good seller because of other colors available. Looks like there are several different types out there now. For some reason the top of my toolbox looks like yours.Jimmy Nardellos are popping
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The wife loves petunias so one thing I do every year is hanging baskets for the house, a couple of large planters out front and a couple more on the back patio. These are the largest growing petunias you can get, commonly referred to as Tidal Wave. The growth and the flowers these suckers put out is prolific! One plant will fill a hanging basket and then some.
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Pictures from last year when I went overboard on them lol. This ain’t close to all of them I think I had 60 some plants View attachment 890684 View attachment 890685
I can never keep that toolbox clean. The top is a dumping ground for whatever I clear off the bench for the next projectSold tons of the original wave petunias when they first came out in the early 90's. Easy wave was a good seller because of other colors available. Looks like there are several different types out there now. For some reason the top of my toolbox looks like yours.
Petunia Wave is a spreading annual with many forms: Original, Easy, Shock, Tidal, and Double. Here are the differences in habit and bloom size among them!blog.parkseed.com
The bigger the pot the bigger the plant. If you look at the first picture all those plants germinated around the same time but the ones in bigger containers are larger. Also I have about 9-10 weeks before they go in the ground so they need a good place to hang out lol.I don't start seeds on the level you do, so I don't understand the bag thing. I understand transplanting into larger pots when the plants get larger. Yours seem tiny. And the bag, is that just your source of a larger pot? You remove the bag before planting and reuse them?