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 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.
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.
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.