Most bedding petunia varieties can be classified as one of two kinds: Multifloras, which have a large number of smaller flowers that tend to be more weather-resistant, and Grandifloras, which have fewer blooms. However, the latter are enormous and often floppy, making them vulnerable to wind and rain unless they are grown in sheltered containers.
Petunia ‘Surfinia Burgundy’ is a spectacular cascading Grandiflora petunia, bearing large, weather-resistant blooms in deep maroon-purple. ‘Surfinia Burgundy’ is ideal for growing in containers and hanging baskets, and also makes good ground cover.
For best results, grow in full sun in a sheltered spot, and keep plants well watered.
Petunia ‘Surfinia burgundy’ and wildlife
Petunia ‘Surfinia burgundy’ has no particular known value to wildlife in the UK.
Is Petunia ‘Surfinia burgundy’ poisonous?
Petunia ‘Surfinia burgundy’ has no toxic effects reported.