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(Calibrachoa, Calimor™ Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

The compact, trailing Calibrachoa in the Calimor™ Series come in several vibrant colors, including violet-blue, cherry red, yellow and white. These Danziger (“Dan” Flower Farm) introductions are moderately vigorous with medium sized, petunia-like flowers that will bloom all season long.

Calibrachoa are warm season annuals to tender perennials with low mounding to trailing habits. They are well-branched and flower prolifically with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers...

Image of Calibrachoa (CALLIE™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Callie™ Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

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 to tender perennials with low mounding to trailing habits. They are well-branched and flower prolifically with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers that come in nearly every...

Image of Calibrachoa (CELEBRATION™ SERIES) photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Calibrachoa, Celebration™ Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

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 flowers all summer. These appear above dense, cascading plants with small resinous pale green leaves that are fragrant. Some cultivars in this series even have variegated foliage. The flowers come in many shades including yellow, white, pink, purple, red and orange. A number...

Image of Calibrachoa (COLORBURST PRO™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Colorburst Pro™ Calibrachoa, Million Bells)

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 with numerous small, funnel-shaped, petunia-like flowers that come in shades of yellow, violet, lavender, red and pink.

Heat-loving and everblooming, calibrachoa grow best in full sun and fertile, well drained soil. They should be fed regularly...

(Calibrachoa, Colorburst™ 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,...

Image of Calibrachoa (MILLION BELLS® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Million Bells® Calibrachoa)

Calibrachoa have become some of the most popular bedding plants on the market. Members of the Million Bells® Series are no exception. They have distinctly trailing habits and produce an explosion of colorful blooms all season. These warm season tender perennials are often grown as annuals and look like miniature petunias, but their funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. There are many color variants including red, pink, white, orange, apricot and yellow-flowered cultivars. Their...

(Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Minifamous™ Calibrachoa)

The early flowering Calibrachoa in the Minifamous™ Series are floriferous and stand up well to wind, rain and hot sun. These popular bedding plants have pleasing cascading habits and 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 blooms appear from summer...

Image of Calibrachoa (NOA SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Noa Calibrachoa)

The vigorous, semi-trailing Calibrachoa in the Noa™ Series are floriferous and early-blooming. 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 blooms appear from summer to fall along trailing stems lined with small, light green...

Image of Calibrachoa (SUPERBELLS® SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Superbells® Calibrachoa)

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 blooms appear from summer to fall along trailing stems...

Image of Callisia fragrans photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Basket Plant, Chain Plant, Inchplant)

Thin, fleshy leaves that are light green and purple line the sprawling, octopus-like stems of chain plant and small fragrant white flowers appear in late winter. A succulent tender perennial from Mexico, it can become a large mounded mass of foliage outdoors or a lovely hanging basket specimen as a houseplant.

The long, lance-shaped leaves are a bright green with edges thinly or messily lined in dark purple. The leaf undersides are usually this same deep purple hue. These leaves are spiraled...