This petunia variety is called, “Pretty Much Picasso,” because of it bold shapes and colors. Native to South America, the petunia derived its name from the French word, “petun,” meaning “tobacco,” a plant to which it is related. This cultivated variety makes a bold statement with its lime green and hot pink colors. In the garden, it seems to glow in the shade, begging you to come closer to fawn over its unique beauty.

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