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No Flowers On Calibrachoa – Tips For Getting Calibrachoa To Bloom

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Calibrachoa is a sun-loving, colorful and pretty annual. This plant should produce abundant blooms throughout the summer, but if your Calibrachoa won’t flower anymore, there are some steps you can take to re-invigorate it. Click here for more info.

Calibrachoa Cutting Propagation – Learn How To Root Calibrachoa Cuttings

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Calibrachoa plants can survive year round in USDA plant zones 9 to 11, but in other regions they are treated as annuals. Gardeners might wonder how to root Calibrachoa cuttings or what other methods of propagation are useful. This article will help.

Calibrachoa Winter Care: Can You Overwinter Calibrachoa Million Bells

By Shelley Pierce

I love their showy petunia-like flowers and don?t want to see the final curtain fall, so I had to ask myself, ?Can you overwinter calibrachoa? Is there a way of overwintering million bells and, if so, how?? Find out about calibrachoa winter care in this article.

Growing Calibrachoa Million Bells: Growing Information And Calibrachoa Care

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

While Calibrachoa million bells may be a fairly new species, this dazzling little plant is a must-have in the garden. Get tips for growing them in this article so you can grow these beauties in your garden.

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