These beautiful calibrachoas will add a nice touch to your garden this season. They are an easy, annual plant that will look great in a container or a raised bed.
This beautiful Superbells Evening Star calibrachoa is a beautiful shade of purple with bright yellow lining in the center making a star shape. They thrive in containers or raised beds!
This calibrachoa will grow to be about 12 inches tall with a spread of up to 24 inches.
These plants are fairly low-maintenance. The biggest thing to consider is that they need to be in well-draining soil so that their roots don't rot. The will thrive in a sunny spot but it is recommended to plant them in containers or raised beds so they have good drainage. When it comes to watering, you'll only want to water them when the soil is dry. Fertilize about once a month for best growth!
I attract hummingbirds and am heat-tolerant!
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, A plant that is simply beautiful
|Sunlight||Full to Partial Sun|
|Soil type||Well draining soil|
|Height/Spread||6" Tall by 6" Wide in 1.56 PW Pot|
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has devised a system to provide gardeners with a basic guide to plant hardiness – how much winter cold a plant can withstand. The Hardiness Zone Map system divides the United States and Canada into numbered zones based on lowest average winter temperature. Even within a zone, different micro-climates exist, such as large urban areas which may be warmer or land situated at different elevations.
How Hardy Are These Plants?: Zones 9-11
|ZONE||AVERAGE COLDEST TEMPS|
|1||below -50 °F|
|2||-50 °F to -40 °F|
|3||-40 °F to -30 °F|
|4||-30 °F to -20 °F|
|5||-20 °F to -10 °F|
|6||-10 °F to 0 °F|
|7||0 °F to 10 °F|
|8||10 °F to 20 °F|
|9||20 °F to 30 °F|
|10||30 °F to 40 °F|
|11||above 40 °F|