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James Burghardt

(Calibrachoa, Superbells® Yellow Chiffon Calibrachoa, Yellow Chiffon Million Bells)

Lovely pale yellow flowers cover this compact, mounding bedding annual. The vigorous, semi-upright, mounding Calibrachoa in the Superbells® Series are high-performing and have extra large flowers. These popular bedding plants produce an explosion of colorful blooms all season. They are warm season tender perennials that look like miniature petunias, but their funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. There are many color variants and some cultivars in the series are double. Calibrachoa...

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Jessie Keith

(Calibrachoa, Dreamsicle Million Bells, Superbells® Dreamsicle Calibrachoa)

Bountiful Dreamsicle orange blossoms cover this consistently pretty, high-performing bedding plant. The vigorous, semi-upright, mounding Calibrachoa in the Superbells® Series are high-performing and have extra large flowers. These popular bedding plants produce an explosion of colorful blooms all season. They are warm season tender perennials that look like miniature petunias, but their funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. There are many color variants and some cultivars in...

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James Burghardt

(Apricot Punch Million Bells, Calibrachoa, Superbells® Apricot Punch Calibrachoa)

Super fruity apricot orange blossoms with red throats cover this pleasing compact bedding plant. The vigorous, semi-upright, mounding Calibrachoa in the Superbells® Series are high-performing and have extra large flowers. These popular bedding plants produce an explosion of colorful blooms all season. They are warm season tender perennials that look like miniature petunias, but their funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. There are many color variants and some cultivars in the...

(Blue Million Bells, Calibrachoa, Superbells® Blue Calibrachoa)

It's not true blue, but royal purple flowers with a yellow throat that adorn the wiry stems of Superbells® Blue all season long. Older flowers become slightly lighter purple, revealing the matrix of deeper purple veins. The vigorous, trailing plant in the Superbells® Series is high-performing and has extra large flowers. It produces an explosion of long-lasting, colorful blooms. A warm-season tender perennial that looks like a miniature petunia, it's grown as an annual that's killed by frost. The...

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James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Peach Million Bells, Superbells® Peach Calibrachoa)

Powdery peach colored flowers with a yellow throat adorn the wiry stems of Superbells® Peach million bells all season long. In the center of each blossom is a streak of dark salmon-orange that then scatters outward into the peach in a matrix of thin veins. The vigorous, trailing plant in the Superbells® Series is high-performing and has extra large flowers. It produces an explosion of long-lasting, colorful blooms. A warm-season tender perennial that looks like a miniature petunia, it's grown as...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Voodoo Calibrachoa, Voodoo Million Bells)

Fantastic flowers of yellow with purple flecks and veins grace the novel Calibrachoa Voodoo. This high-performing, mounding to trailing bedding annual produces an explosion of long-lasting, colorful blooms all season long. It’s a warm season tender perennial that looks like a miniature petunia, but its funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. The blooms appear from summer to fall along trailing stems lined with small, pale green leaves.

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(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Calibrachoa, Sun Million Bells)

Beautiful, sunny yellow flowers cover this heat-tolerant, robust summer bedding annual. The uniform, free-branching plant is semi-upright and cascading making it ideal for hanging baskets and containers. This cultivar was bred by Heinrich Westhoff of Sudlohn, Germany.

Once botanically lumped in with petunias, calibrachoas have become some of the best warm season bedding plants on the market. Members of the free-flowering Celebration™ series are compact and produce bountiful small, funnel-shaped...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Calibrachoa, Sun Nova Million Bells)

Beautiful, sunny yellow flowers with dark veins cover this heat-tolerant, robust summer bedding annual. The uniform, free-branching plant is semi-upright and cascading making it ideal for hanging baskets and containers. This cultivar was bred by Heinrich Westhoff of Sudlohn, Germany.

Once botanically lumped in with petunias, calibrachoas have become some of the best warm season bedding plants on the market. Members of the free-flowering Celebration™ series are compact and produce bountiful small,...

(Aloha Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

Calibrachoa or million bells are rapidly becoming some of the most popular bedding plants on the market. Members of the Aloha Series, developed by German horticultural company Dümmen, are warm-season annuals to tender perennials with more upright stems that create more of a mounding plant rather than the usual spreading, sprawling growth habit. Cultivars included in this series bear slightly larger-sized flowers, more akin to petunias. These blossoms appear prolifically across the growing season,...

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James H. Schutte

(Cabaret™ Calibrachoa, Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

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, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers that come in shades of blue, red, orange, purple, yellow, white and pink.

Heat-loving and everblooming, calibrachoa grow best in full sun and fertile,...