These 6-8 inch tall, 3-5 foot wide beauties produce masses of 2-2.5 inch blooms all season long. They tolerate heat, cold and rain better than most petunias. Avalanche has a particularly tight growth habit and has the distinct advantage of producing flowers from the center of the plants, not just at the ends of stems. The earliest flowering spreading petunia available and it continues to be an outstanding performer throughout the season.
Winter Sown 2009 garden [Archived]