Wild petunia are North American native herbaceous perennials. Their petunia like purple to lavender bell-shaped flowers have a sprawling habit. Butterflies and pollinators are drawn to them.
These plants easily reseed and are great for native gardens, rock gardens, prairies, and meadows.
Flowers late spring to early fall.
Height: 1′ – 2′
Width: 1′ – 2′
Watering and soil: Average soil. Water to establish then drought tolerant.
Exposure: Full sun.
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Category: Sun Perennials – Sun Plants – Sunny Plants – Wild petunia near me – Ruellia humilis