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Calibrachoa Plants

Also called Million Bells the Calibrachoa plants flower profusely from late spring until the first frosts. The flowers are small, brightly coloured and bell-shaped.

Requiring no dead-heading and being fairly drought tolerant Calibrachoa plants are a great low maintenance addition to any garden. Their continual display of bright coloured flowers will delight you throughout the summer.

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    Claibrachoa Plants - Double Pinktastic

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    Calibrachoa Plants - Classic Trailing Blue

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Further information: Calibrachoa Plants.

Where to grow Calibrachoa plants?

  • For maximum blooms grow in full sun. Calibrachoa plants can be grown in partial shade but the flowering will be reduced.
  • Calibrachoa plants are suitable for growing in patio containers, hanging baskets and window boxes. They also provide useful ground cover when planted in the flower border.

How to grow Calibrachoa plants?

  • Calibrachoa plants are drought tolerant. This doesn’t mean that they need no water but do allow the top of the soil to dry out between waterings.
  • These clever plants are self-cleaning which means that they do not need dead-heading.