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Calibrachoa


Calibrachoa selections

Calibrachoa

Like a tiny petunia on steroids, calibrachoa (also called million bells) grows and flowers at an amazing rate. Often confused for a petunia, million bells makes a splash no matter where you put it in the garden. It is perfect for containers or hanging baskets but also can be tucked into the front of a border where it will spill out onto sidewalk or patio. In fact, it may be the ultimate "spiller" for container gardens as long as you give it ample water and fertilizer, which it needs to fuel its astounding growth.

Shown above: MiniFamous Compact Red calibrachoa

Light:
Sun
Plant Type:
Annual
Plant Height:
5-10 inches tall, depending on variety
Plant Width:
12-14 inches wide
Landscape Uses:
Containers,Beds & Borders
Special Features:
Flowers
Top Varieties

Cabaret Hot Pink Calibrachoa bears multitudes of bright pink flowers on trailing stems to 8 inches.
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Cabaret Purple Glow Calibrachoa is a trailing selection to 8 inches that tolerates part shade. It grows 12 inches wide.
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Can-Can Mocha Calibrachoa offers creamy flowers with a chocolate-purple throat. It has a mounding-trailing habit and grows 15 inches tall and wide.
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Calibrachoa 'Colorburst Chocolate' is a compact, mounding selection to 8 inches that offers burgundy blooms blushed with chocolate-brown.
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Million Bells Coral Calibrachoa offers lots of coral-pink flowers on trailing stems to 8 inches.
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Million Bells Terra Cotta Calibrachoa offers orange flowers streaked with shades of red and gold on trailing stems to 8 inches.
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MiniFamous Compact Dark Red Calibrachoa produces rich red flowers on a compact, 8-inch trailing plant.
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Minifamous Double Blue Calibrachoa shows off fully double velvety-blue flowers on a trailing plant with 10-inch-long stems.
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Minifamous Double Blush Calibrachoa bears gorgeous double pink flowers on a vigorous trailing plant with 10-inch-long stems.
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Minifamous Double Pink Calibrachoa produces double pink flowers on a plant that trails to 10 inches.
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Minifamous Double Yellow Calibrachoa produces intricate double flowers on a vigorous plant that trails to 10 inches.
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MiniFamous Sun Violet Veins Calibrachoa bears soft blue flowers with violet-purple netting on a vigorous plant that trails to 10 inches.
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Minifamous Tangerine Calibrachoa offers soft yellow flowers with orange markings on a vigorous plant that trails to 8 inches.
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Superbells Blue Calibrachoa is a floriferous variety with loads of violet-blue flowers on trailing 8-inch stems.
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Superbells Dreamsicle Calibrachoa is a vigorous variety that shows off creamy orange flowers on a plant that trails to 4 feet or more.
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Superbells Lavender Calibrachoa bears an abundance of lavender flowers on trailing 36-inch-long stems.
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Superbells Peach Calibrachoa offers salmon-orange blooms with a darker throat. It holds up well to rainy weather and trails to 30 inches.
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Superbells Saffron Calibrachoa bears yellow flowers with a red-orange throat. It trails to 36 inches.
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Superbells Scarlet Calibrachoa bears bold scarlet-red flowers on a vigorous plant that trails to 48 inches.
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Superbells Tequila Sunrise Calibrachoa produces a plethora of orange flowers with yellow streaks. This vigorous variety can trail to 48 inches.
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Superbells Trailing Lilac Mist Calibrachoa bears lots of cream flowers with dark blue veins and has better heat- and drought- tolerance than most. It trails to 4 feet.
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Superbells Yellow Calibrachoa features large, clear yellow flowers and a low, trailing habit. It trails to 48 inches.
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Superbells Yellow Chiffon Calibrachoa produces soft yellow flowers on a floriferous plant that trails to 48 inches.
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Voodoo Calibrachoa produces plum flowers with yellow streaks and flecks. Each bloom is different. The plant trails to 48 inches or more, making it a good choice for hanging baskets and large mixed container gardens.
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Plant It With
Angelonia

The snapdragon-like flowers of angelonia make a great contrast to calibrachoa's pentunia-shape blossoms.

Coralbells

The showy foliage of all the new coral bells makes a perfect midrange mound of color in a container full of calibrachoas.

Loosestrife

The golden foliage of creeping Jenny becomes an intertwining backdrop to calibrachoa's showy blooms.

Propagation
Stem Cuttings