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Calibrachoa (Million Bells)

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4 inch
Height: 6-10”/Spread: 12-16”
Calibrachoa is commonly known as “million bells” due to the hundreds of blooms it produces in a wide range of colors. The blooms are similar to the petunia, except they are not sticky and attract hummingbirds. Use in front of gardens, rock gardens, or in containers and baskets. Keep well fertilized for best performance.

Aloha Series:
Super easy care! These are prolific bloomers all summer long. Self-cleaning, no dead heading. Mounding trailing habit but with a tidy look. Early flower power and good heat tolerance.
Kona Hot Orange: Deep orange with a yellow eye.
Kona Hot Pink: Neon rosy-pink with a yellow eye.
Kona Mandarin: Medium orange with a darker star pattern and a yellow eye.
Kona True Blue: Deep midnight blue with a yellow eye.
Kona White: Royal white with a greenish yellow eye.
Midnight Purple: Vivid midnight blue with a yellow eye.

Callie Pink Morn:
Bright pink with a large yellow throat.

Can Can Series:
Orange: Pure orange.

Mini Famous Neo Series:
If you like Calibrachoa, then you’re going to love these calibrachoa plants! With all the beauty of normal Calibrachoa, these will excel in your hanging baskets and pots and containers. Two inch blooms coming up in the center all season long. (No flat-tops here!) It simply covers itself in flowers, and drops them neatly when they pass — no deadheading needed, ever! Expect it to trail 2 feet long (easily) and to bloom from late spring into fall. Once it gets going, heat won’t bother it, drought won’t stress it, and hummingbirds won’t leave it alone!
Double Blue: Amethyst.
Double Light Pink: Soft pink.
Double Lemon: Butter Yellow.
Double Deep Yellow: Bright lemon yellow.
Light Pink With Eye: Shell pink flowers with rose centers.
Double Vampire: Deep dark red.