calibrachoa, mini double series, orange
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calibrachoa, mini famous double series

Charming additions to smaller gardens and containers of any size. Calibrachoa, which is the fancy name for the plant many call “Million Bells”, is essentially a trailing miniature petunia.

Planting Tips

Spacing: 10-14″
Height: 6-10″
Exposure: Sun
Blooming Season: spring, summer, fall
Plant Habit: Trailing
Bloom Colors: lemon, magenta, orange

Calibrachoa, which is the fancy name for the plant many call “Million Bells”, is essentially a trailing miniature petunia. They are extremely weather-tolerant, but do require excellent drainage. Heaviest blooming occurs in late spring, early summer and fall, but if they have a bit of shade beneath the canopy of a mixed container, they can go all summer. Because of the drainage requirement, we hesitate to recommend them for large-scale landscape planting, but they are charming additions to smaller gardens and containers of any size. We have them listed as annuals but they may behave as perennials with adequate drainage. That means you can plant them in the fall and enjoy them then as well. Characteristics: shade-tolerant, particularly in hottest months, but blooms decrease significantly in less sun. Uses: hanging basket, mixed containers

Additional Information

Color of Blooms

yellow, magenta, orange

Pot Size

(10″ basket – 209.92 fl oz), (3.25″ -18 per tray – 14.7 fl oz), (4″ R – 10 per tray -16.9 fl oz), (5″ R – 8 per tray – 28.1 fl oz)