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propagating perennials: Ruellia humilius-Fringeleaf Wild Peteunia
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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Ruellia humilius-Fringeleaf Wild Peteunia

Progating Fringeleaf wild petunia is primarily done by root cuttings although it seeds are plentiful but germination can be low. It blooms from late spring through summer to early fall and its flower is mainly purple. Butterflies are attracted to its nectar and it prefers either full sun or partial shade and well drained moist soil. It is native to the USA and found mainly in the Southeast and Midwest, Zones 4-8 and reaches a height of 18-24"

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