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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Scarlet Red Calibrachoa, Scarlet Red Million Bells)

The trailing stems of Callie™ Scarlet Red 08 million bells bear searing scarlet flowers all season long. Flower throats a constrasting yellow. This cousin of the petunia has more wiry stems that don't break as readily and seem to avoid infestation by tobacco budworms. It performs best where growing temperatures are moderately warm, not too hot and humid.

The spreading, trailing Calibrachoa hybrids in the Callie™ Series were introduced by Goldsmith Seeds/Syngenta. Million bells are warm-season...

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Syngenta

(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Sunrise Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

Callie™ Sunrise million bells bloom all season long. The numerous flowers are yellow but heavily netted and veined with orange-red, making blossoms look pure orange from a distance. Deep inside the flower throats pure yellow is seen. This cousin of the petunia has more wiry stems that don't break as readily and seem to avoid infestation by tobacco budworms. It performs best where growing temperatures are moderately warm, not too hot and humid.

The spreading, trailing Calibrachoa hybrids...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Yellow Calibrachoa, Yellow Million Bells)

Profuse soft yellow flowers cover the vigorous Calibrachoa Callie™ Yellow all season long. It performs best where growing temperatures are moderate and not too hot and humid.

The spreading, trailing Calibrachoa in the Callie™ Series come in lots of vibrant colors, including orange, rose-red, yellow and white. These Goldsmith Seeds/Syngenta introductions are vigorous and produce many small, petunia-like flowers that bloom all season long. Calibrachoa are warm season annuals...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Aloha Blue Sky Calibrachoa, Blue Sky Million Bells, Calibrachoa)

Cheerful and boldly colored blue-violet blossoms cover the wiry stems of the Aloha Blue Sky million bells, cultivar 'Duealbusky'. Developed by German horticultural company Dümmen, is a warm-season annual to frost-tender perennial with more upright stems that create more of a mounding plant rather than the usual spreading, sprawling growth habit. The flowers are slightly larger-sized flowers, more akin to petunias. These blossoms appear prolifically across the growing season, with multiple color shades...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Aloha Purple Sky Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Purple Sky Million Bells)

Dark pink-violet to lighter violet-lavender blossoms cover the wiry stems of the Aloha Purple Sky million bells, cultivar 'Duealpursky'. Developed by German horticultural company Dümmen, is a warm-season annual to frost-tender perennial with more upright stems that create more of a mounding plant rather than the usual spreading, sprawling growth habit. The flowers are slightly larger-sized flowers, more akin to petunias. These blossoms appear prolifically across the growing season, with multiple...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Colorburst™ Yellow Calibrachoa, Yellow Million Bells)

Calibrachoa are popular bedding plants because they are everblooming and easy. Colorburst™ yellow is a warm season annual to tender perennial with a compact, mounding habit. Throughout the season it is covered with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers of pale yellow.

Heat-loving and everblooming, calibrachoa grow best in full sun and fertile, well drained soil. They should be fed regularly and do not require deadheading but bloom better late in the season if they are lightly cut...

(Calibrachoa, Colorburst Pro™ Red Calibrachoa, Red Million Bells)

Colorburst Pro™ red is a warm season annual to tender perennial with a compact, mounding habit. Throughout the season it is covered with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers of red.

Calibrachoa are popular bedding plants because they are everblooming and very easy to grow. Members of the Colorburst Pro™ series are warm season annuals to tender perennials with compact, mounding habits. These Sakata Seed introductions flower prolifically and come in shades of yellow, violet, lavender,...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Blue Million Bells, Calibrachoa, Colorburst Pro™ Blue Calibrachoa)

Calibrachoa are popular bedding plants because they are everblooming and easy to grow. Colorburst Pro™ Blue is a warm season annual to tender perennial with a compact, mounding habit. Throughout the season it becomes covered with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers of violet-blue.

Heat-loving and everblooming, Calibrachoa grow best in full sun and fertile, well drained soil. They should be fed regularly and do not require deadheading but bloom better late in...

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James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Colorburst Pro™ Blue Calibrachoa, White Million Bells)

The patented Colorburst Pro™ White is a warm season annual to tender perennial with a compact, mounding habit. Throughout the season it becomes covered with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers of white.

Calibrachoa are popular bedding plants because they are everblooming and very easy to grow. Members of the Colorburst Pro™ series are warm season annuals to tender perennials with compact, mounding habits. These Sakata Seed introductions flower prolifically and come in shades...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Cat's Eye Rose Million Bells, Colorburst™ Cat's Eye Rose Calibrachoa)

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,...