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Image of Calathea ornata photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Prayer Plant)

Plants of genus Calathea have beautiful leaves. There are about 300 species all native to the warm moist forested regions of the tropical Americas. Commonly known as peacock plants, these are among some of the most popular tropical house plants grown.

Calathea are tender herbaceous perennials that grow from fibrous or tuberous roots. Most form clumps and slowly spread from the tubers or rhizomes (lateral underground stems). The foliage of most rise from a central rosette but...

Image of Calathea roseopicta photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Rose Painted Calathea)

Plants of genus Calathea have beautiful leaves. There are about 300 species all native to the warm moist forested regions of the tropical Americas. Commonly known as peacock plants, these are among some of the most popular tropical house plants grown.

Calathea are tender herbaceous perennials that grow from fibrous or tuberous roots. Most form clumps and slowly spread from the tubers or rhizomes (lateral underground stems). The foliage of most rise from a central rosette but...

Image of Calathea sanderiana photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Calathea)

Plants of genus Calathea have beautiful leaves. There are about 300 species all native to the warm moist forested regions of the tropical Americas. Commonly known as peacock plants, these are among some of the most popular tropical house plants grown.

Calathea are tender herbaceous perennials that grow from fibrous or tuberous roots. Most form clumps and slowly spread from the tubers or rhizomes (lateral underground stems). The foliage of most rise from a central rosette but...

Image of Calathea zebrina photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Zebra Plant)

Plants of genus Calathea have beautiful leaves. There are about 300 species all native to the warm moist forested regions of the tropical Americas. Commonly known as peacock plants, these are among some of the most popular tropical house plants grown.

Calathea are tender herbaceous perennials that grow from fibrous or tuberous roots. Most form clumps and slowly spread from the tubers or rhizomes (lateral underground stems). The foliage of most rise from a central rosette but...

(Pocketbook Flower)

Chilean in origin, pocketbook flower produces perfect bulb-pouched yellow flowers dotted and streaked with maroon. The moderately cold-tolerant plant naturally inhabits moist, cool uplands with full to partial sun. In the garden, it is best grown as a bedding annual for containers and border edges. This species is parent to many Calceolaria hybrids cultivated today.

The simple green leaves of pocketbook flower are bright green and can remain semi-evergreen where winters are mild and...

Image of Calibrachoa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

Differing from petunias in their smaller flowers and wiry, semi-woody stems, these cold-tender, heat-loving perennials are becoming increasingly popular as annual bedding and container plants. Most of the approximately 30 Calibrachoa species are native to southern Brazil or neighboring areas. Commercially available cultivars descend from hybrids among these species, and are propagated vegetatively.

These low, mounding to trailing plants have well-branched stems furnished with small,...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Apricot Million Bells, Cabaret™ Apricot Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa)

Everblooming and apricot-flowered, what a peach of a plant! Cabaret™ Apricot is a warm season annual to tender perennial with a mounding to trailing habit. It is a heavy bloomer that offers numerous small, petunia-like flowers all season long.

Calibrachoa are fast becoming some of the most popular bedding plants on the market. Members of the Cabaret™ series are warm season annuals to tender perennials with low mounding to trailing habits. These Ball Horticultural Company introductions are well-branched...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Cabaret™ Cherry Rose Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Cherry Rose Million Bells)

Deep cherry flowers cover Cabaret™ Cherry Rose all summer long. This vigorous bedding plant has a pleasing mounding/trailing growth habit making it perfect for border edges and containers.

Calibrachoa are fast becoming some of the most popular bedding plants on the market. Members of the Cabaret™ series are warm season annuals to tender perennials with low mounding to trailing habits. These Ball Horticultural Company introductions are well-branched and flower prolifically with numerous small,...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Cabaret™ Hot Pink Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Hot Pink Million Bells)

Rich and deep, vibrant rose-pink flowers cover Cabaret™ Hot Pink million bells all summer long. This vigorous bedding plant has a pleasing mounding/trailing growth habit making it perfect for border edges and spilling over container edges. Killed by frost, they're usually grown as annuals, although they persist longer in tropical climes.

Million bells are fast becoming some of the most popular bedding plants on the market. Members of the Cabaret™ series are warm-season annuals to tender perennials...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Cabaret™ Lavender Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Lavender Million Bells)

Medium lavender flowers -- not ambiguously pinkish or bluish -- cover Cabaret™ Lavender million bells all summer long, with blushes of purple around the yellow floral throats. This vigorous bedding plant has a pleasing mounding/trailing growth habit making it perfect for border edges and spilling over container edges. Killed by frost, they're usually grown as annuals, although they persist longer in tropical climes.

Million bells are fast becoming some of the most popular bedding plants on the...