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Million Bells (Calibrachoa)

Million Bells (Calibrachoa)
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Plant Profile
Botanical Name Calibrachoa 'Million Bells" or Petunia 'Million Bells'
Features Calibrachoa or trailing petunia is an annual which produces flowers that look like small petunias. These are compact, mounded plants which grow 3-9” tall on mostly trailing stems. Sometimes called million bells, these plants are prolific bloomers that produce hundreds of 1” wide flowers from spring to frost. Flower colors include shades of violet, blue, pink, red, magenta, yellow, bronze, and white. Calibrachoa is not recognized as a separate genus by many authorities. It is sometimes sold as Petunia ‘Million Bells’.
Exposure Full sun
Hardiness Zone USDAZones 9-11
Mature Size 0.5-0.75'Tall, 1-2' Wide
Care Tips
Cultivation Calibrachoa is easily grown in moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerates very light shade, but flowering decreases as the amount of part shade increases. Purchase plants in spring and set out after the last frost. Plants produce little, if any, seed and must be vegetatively propagated. Most hybrid cultivars are patented thus prohibiting vegetative propagation. Deadheading is not required. Unlike its petunia relatives. Calibrachoa does not typically decline during the heat of summer. Best in hanging baskets, containers or as a small area ground cover. Also may be used in border fronts or rock gardens.
Pests and Diseases Aphids, caterpillars, leaf miners, gray mold, bacterial soft rot, a variety of leaf spots, cucumber mosaic virus, and impatients necrotic spot virus can cause problems.

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