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What kind of flowers are these?

By Sandy B.

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Purple and white flowers
 

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May 16, 20110 found this helpful

Other than the leaves the flowers themselves look like the plain, old-fashioned petunias, and the leaves weren't that clear in the photo.

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May 16, 20110 found this helpful

They look like Petunias in the photo, however it's difficult to tell since I cannot get a good luck at the leaves. Whatever they are, they seem to be blooming very nicely. Did you grow them or buy them from a plant nursery? You might want to take a single blossom and one leaf to a place where you can buy plants and ask the manager what they are.

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Good Luck.
Pookarina

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May 16, 20110 found this helpful

Petunias.

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May 17, 20110 found this helpful

Wave petunias?

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May 17, 20110 found this helpful

Thanks guys.

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May 23, 20110 found this helpful

Looks like one of the newer hybrid petunias, yup! Nice plants with a lovely weeping-trailing habit. Used a lot in the American South off porches and decks, long lasting, too.

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We have them in Scotland, and I just love them, it's like a little taste of the old home in AL:) They don't last as long, though, sigh!

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May 23, 20110 found this helpful

They are Petunias and they are a different variety, i really can't tell by the picture as to the size of them but if they are small bells they are called calibrachoa, they are a hybrid and million bells is their nick name, they are also a trailing flower. I do have some out on my patio in a hanging basket accompanied with another small white flower called Bacopa. The sad thing is they don't come back because they are annuals.

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May 23, 20110 found this helpful

Petunias...you must keep dead-heading to keep them blooming and looking healthy.

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