Nothing attracts gardeners’ attention more than the vibrant colors and unique flower shapes. Calibrachoa plants come in a variety of colors, and there are diverse kinds such as deep blue, light pink, white, yellow, and sky blue,… that create a vivid picture of flowers. Calibrachoa plants are prolific bloomers, flowering numerous times during the growing season and attracting beneficial pollinators like hummingbirds and butterflies. Calibrachoa is one of the lowest maintenance plants so it’s quite easy to plant and take care of. As a result, it is not surprising that Calibrachoa quickly became one of the most popular in the garden.
Common name: Calibrachoa, million bells, trailing petunia, mini petunia
Botanical name: Calibrachoa group
Plant type: Herbaceous perennial flower often grown as an annual
Hardiness zones: 9 - 11 (USDA), grown as an annual in all zones
Mature size: 6 - 12 in. tall, 12 - 24 in. wide
Bloom time: Spring to Fall
Native area: South America