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(Avocado, Mexican Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. The Mexican varieties...

(Avocado, West Indian Avocado)

Buttery slices of ripe avocado on sandwiches, thick, rich guacamole, milkshakes and salads are just a few of the uses for the versatile fruit of Persea americana. Native to the area from the Rio Grande south through Peru, this tree has been cultivated for centuries. It is now grown worldwide in subtropical and tropical regions as a commercial crop, in home landscapes and orchards.

Avocados are classified into three types based on the area of origin of the trees. The West Indian varieties...

Image of Petrea volubilis photo by: Doris Happel

Doris Happel

(Queen's Wreath)

With drooping flower clusters reminiscent of wisteria, this tender tropical queen wreathes herself in a royal floral display in cycles from spring to fall. A strong, sprawling vine that is partially deciduous in winter, it is native to Central America and the West Indies. The large, long, oval leaves are a pleasing green and age to more of a gray-green with a prominent, light green midrib. The texture is distinguishably rough, like a very fine sandpaper. The leaves drop in the winter dry season,...

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James H. Schutte

(Petunia, Supertunia® Mini White Petunia)

Supertunia® Mini White offers a steady profusion of petite ivory-white flowers on compact, mounded to trailing plants. Its leaves are relatively small and round.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals to be bred for the bedding plant market in the 1950s. They have mid- to dark-green leaves and fuzzy, sticky, scented stems. The velvety, pungent, funnel-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Petunia, Supertunia® Mini Blue Veined Petunia)

Supertunia® Series petunias feature a vigorous trailing habit and prolific season-long bloom. The medium-sized, funnel-shaped flowers come in rich shades of white, lavender, blue, purple, red, pink, or peach. They continue through the dog days of summer, long after many other petunias have flagged in the heat.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals...

(Petunia, Supertunia® Mini Strawberry Pink Veined Petunia)

Supertunia® Mini Strawberry Pink Veined offers a steady profusion of relatively petite, pale purple flowers on vigorous mounding to trailing plants. The blooms have heavy red-purple veining.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals to be bred for the bedding plant market in the 1950s. They have medium to fine, oval, mid- to dark-green leaves and fuzzy,...

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James Burghardt

(Petunia)

Supertunia® Series petunias feature a vigorous trailing habit and prolific season-long bloom. The medium-sized, funnel-shaped flowers come in rich shades of white, lavender, blue, purple, red, pink, or peach. They continue through the dog days of summer, long after many other petunias have flagged in the heat.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals...

Image of Petunia

James H. Schutte

(Petunia)

Supertunia® Series petunias feature a vigorous trailing habit and prolific season-long bloom. The medium-sized, funnel-shaped flowers come in rich shades of white, lavender, blue, purple, red, pink, or peach. They continue through the dog days of summer, long after many other petunias have flagged in the heat.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals...

Image of Petunia

James Burghardt

(Petunia)

Supertunia® Series petunias feature a vigorous trailing habit and prolific season-long bloom. The medium-sized, funnel-shaped flowers come in rich shades of white, lavender, blue, purple, red, pink, or peach. They continue through the dog days of summer, long after many other petunias have flagged in the heat.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals...

Image of Petunia

James H. Schutte

(Petunia)

Supertunia® Series petunias feature a vigorous trailing habit and prolific season-long bloom. The medium-sized, funnel-shaped flowers come in rich shades of white, lavender, blue, purple, red, pink, or peach. They continue through the dog days of summer, long after many other petunias have flagged in the heat.

Hybrid petunias are garden standbys. Developed from several South American petunia species, these sun- and heat-loving annuals or tender perennials were among the first ornamentals...