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Plant This Flower Near Your Petunias For A Fuller-Looking Garden
Petunias are popular due to their size, growth patterns, and vibrant blooms. They are even more gorgeous when planted with flowers with tall stems and various-colored petals.
Snapdragons grow thin and tall, with flowers blooming on the upper half. This leaves plenty of room below to coexist with the shorter petunia blossoms in spring, summer, and fall.
Petunias come in multiple hues, so you can plant a rainbow of colors or pick two that contrast nicely with the snapdragons. Plant in groups or along your walkway for a pop of color.
Both plants thrive in the same climate, prefer neutral pH soil filled with nutrients, and need lots of sunlight. Water once a week to keep the soil moist, especially in summer.
Once both plants start to grow, pinch off the tips to encourage good branching, make them appear thicker and bushier, and extend their blooms for many seasons.