1: Planting petunias in shady areas leads to stunted growth and fewer blooms.

2: Overcrowding petunias can hinder air circulation, promoting disease and pests.

3: Neglecting to deadhead petunias results in the plant diverting energy to seed production.

4: Overwatering petunias can cause root rot and inhibit proper growth.

5: Ignoring nutrient deficiencies can lead to pale or yellowing petunia foliage.

6: Failure to provide support for trailing petunia varieties can lead to damage.

7: Pruning petunias incorrectly can remove flower buds and limit blooming potential.

8: Using the wrong type of fertilizer can result in nutrient imbalances for petunias.

9: Misting petunias in the evening can increase susceptibility to fungal diseases.