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Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa (Calibrachoa)
Calibrachoa are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Calibrachoa is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Lifespan
Lifespan
Annual
Plant Type
Plant Type
Herb/Vine
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Key Facts About Calibrachoa

Attributes of Calibrachoa

Plant Height
30 cm
Spread
15 cm
Leaf type
Evergreen
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Distribution of Calibrachoa

Distribution Map of Calibrachoa

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Exploring the Calibrachoa Plants

8 most common species:
Calibrachoa parviflora
Seaside petunia
Seaside petunia (Calibrachoa parviflora) is a small wildflower species that can grow to be 2.5 cm tall and 30 cm wide. Seaside petunia is often planted as ground cover because it blooms delicate pinkish lavender, petunia-like blossoms in spring and summer. It is commonly found growing along streams in deserts and wetland areas.
Calibrachoa × hybrida 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue' has small pointy bright green leaves and offers a show of small petunia-like flowers in a stunning plum-purple color (in spite of its "blue" moniker") that bloom through the season. Gardeners favor this cultivar's ability to attract bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Grape Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Coralberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Saffron'
Million bell 'Superbells Saffron'
Million bell 'Superbells Saffron' is named for its saffron-yellow flowers and its placement in the Superbells Series. This series is known for its unique mounding habit and interesting colors. Million bell 'Superbells Saffron' is the only cultivar in this series with saffron blooms. This cultivar is ideal for use in containers and beds.
Calibrachoa 'Cabaret Deep Yellow'
Million bell 'Cabaret Deep Yellow'
Million bell 'Cabaret Deep Yellow' is an early flowering, compact, well-branched, and trailing Million bell cultivar. It is named and bred for its deep yellow blooms and is part of the Cabaret Series. It is synonymous with Calibrachoa 'Balcabdepy' and was patented for its vibrant color.

All Species of Calibrachoa

Seaside petunia
Calibrachoa parviflora
Seaside petunia
Seaside petunia (Calibrachoa parviflora) is a small wildflower species that can grow to be 2.5 cm tall and 30 cm wide. Seaside petunia is often planted as ground cover because it blooms delicate pinkish lavender, petunia-like blossoms in spring and summer. It is commonly found growing along streams in deserts and wetland areas.
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Calibrachoa × hybrida 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Blue'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue' has small pointy bright green leaves and offers a show of small petunia-like flowers in a stunning plum-purple color (in spite of its "blue" moniker") that bloom through the season. Gardeners favor this cultivar's ability to attract bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.
Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Grape Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Grape Punch' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Coralberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Coralberry Punch' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Saffron'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Saffron'
Million bell 'Superbells Saffron'
Million bell 'Superbells Saffron' is named for its saffron-yellow flowers and its placement in the Superbells Series. This series is known for its unique mounding habit and interesting colors. Million bell 'Superbells Saffron' is the only cultivar in this series with saffron blooms. This cultivar is ideal for use in containers and beds.
Million bell 'Cabaret Deep Yellow'
Calibrachoa 'Cabaret Deep Yellow'
Million bell 'Cabaret Deep Yellow'
Million bell 'Cabaret Deep Yellow' is an early flowering, compact, well-branched, and trailing Million bell cultivar. It is named and bred for its deep yellow blooms and is part of the Cabaret Series. It is synonymous with Calibrachoa 'Balcabdepy' and was patented for its vibrant color.
Million bell 'Superbells Sweet Tart'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Sweet Tart'
Million bell 'Superbells Sweet Tart'
Million bell 'Superbells Sweet Tart' is a low-growing, trumpet-shaped flower that comes in shades of pink, yellow, and white, with a deep maroon center. It blooms from spring until frost, making it a popular choice for containers and hanging baskets. The flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, while being non-toxic to pets and humans. Its name comes from the numerous bell-shaped flowers and the sweet-tart coloration of the blooms.
Million bell 'Superbells Hollywood Star'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Hollywood Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Hollywood Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Hollywood Star' is the shining star of any garden. Its vibrant, bell-shaped flowers in shades of red and yellow add a touch of glamour to your outdoor space. This showstopper is known for its long-lasting blooms, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds with its nectar-rich flowers. Whether cascading from hanging baskets or filling flower beds, this versatile plant brings a burst of color and charm. With million bell 'Superbells Hollywood Star', your garden will be transformed into a star-studded spectacle, captivating all who behold its radiant beauty.
Million bell 'Superbells Tropical Sunrise'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Tropical Sunrise'
Million bell 'Superbells Tropical Sunrise'
Million bell 'Superbells Tropical Sunrise' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Tropical Sunrise' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Cherry Star'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Cherry Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Cherry Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Cherry Star' is a compact million bell with cherry red blooms that are adorned with a golden star. It is a hybrid of the Calibrachoa genus and is named for its vibrant colors and unique star markings. Million bell 'Superbells Cherry Star' is a perfect million bell to put into a container or a hanging basket.
Million bell 'Superbells Double Orchid'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Double Orchid'
Million bell 'Superbells Double Orchid'
An excellent choice for container gardens and hanging baskets, million bell 'Superbells Double Orchid' has a compact, slightly-trailing growth habit that produces an abundance of lavender-pink double flowers. Reminiscent of a small petunia, this million bell cultivar attracts hummingbirds and grows from late spring until the first frost.
Million bell 'Superbells Strawberry Punch'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Strawberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Strawberry Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Strawberry Punch' is a hardy plant that produces large, striking flowers in the summer. It's a favorite of gardeners due to its vibrant color scheme. When planted in pots or hanging baskets, it can serve as a stunning centerpiece. It also attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, making it ideal for gardeners who love to watch wildlife.
Seaside petunia 'Superbells Yellow Chiffon'
Calibrachoa parviflora 'Superbells Yellow Chiffon'
Seaside petunia 'Superbells Yellow Chiffon'
Seaside petunia 'Superbells Yellow Chiffon' is different from its counterparts in that its flowers are purely yellow in color with green veins. Cultivated by leading plant propagator, Proven Winners, this Calibrachoa parviflore cultivar owes its trademarked name to being the yellow one of the ‘Superbells’ series. This is a popular choice for gardeners due to its low maintenance, heat tolerance, and resistance to disease.
Million bell 'Cabaret White'
Calibrachoa 'Cabaret White'
Million bell 'Cabaret White'
The million bell 'Cabaret White' is an early flowering cultivar that will bloom throughout its season until frost. Its name derives from the Cabaret series of improved Million bell flowers and color. The million bell 'Cabaret White' is popular in gardens for its hardiness, resistance to pollution, and compact trailing habit.
Million bell 'Superbells Plum'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Plum'
Million bell 'Superbells Plum'
Million bell 'Superbells Plum''s cultivar name speaks for itself, with flowers of a rich plum color whose shape shows a remarkable resemblance to bells. A cultivar of the Superbells variety of million bells, it remains a highly popular perennial, specifically appreciated for its vibrant appearance and extensive blooming.
Million bell 'Superbells Double Ruby'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Double Ruby'
Million bell 'Superbells Double Ruby'
A compact, bushy perennial that is more often grown as an annual, million bell 'Superbells Double Ruby' freely and profusely blooms striking red double-flowers from late spring until the first frost. This million bell cultivar does best in container gardens because it requires well-drained soil. As such, be on the lookout for grey molds and foot rot with these plants.
Million bell 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch'
A member of the Superbells group of copyrighted hybrids million bell 'Superbells Pomegranate Punch' has been bred for its striking and unique flowers, which are wide discs of bright crimson with deep russet-red veining and interiors. These pomegranate colors explain the cultivar's name, and this unusually large hybrid is popular with gardeners for its bright flowers, which enjoy a long blooming period.
Million bell 'Cabaret Pink Star'
Calibrachoa 'Cabaret Pink Star'
Million bell 'Cabaret Pink Star'
Million bell 'Cabaret Pink Star' has, true to its name, vibrant pink flowers. These flowers are accented by a darker red center and white stripes. Part of the Cabaret series, this cultivar is derived from a proprietary calibrachoa cultivar. It is typically used in containers and hanging baskets.
Million bell 'Superbells Red'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Red'
Million bell 'Superbells Red'
Million bell 'Superbells Red', a million bells cultivar, has a trailing form and produces small petunia-like flowers in a bold red color (thus the name). Blooms are produced all season long. Gardeners favor this cultivar as it is resistant to deer browsing and attractive to hummingbirds.
Million bell 'Superbells Evening Star'
Calibrachoa hybrid 'Superbells Evening Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Evening Star'
Million bell 'Superbells Evening Star' is a vibrant plant that boasts magnificent trumpet-shaped blooms in a bold shade of deep purple. Known for its exceptional drought tolerance, million bell 'Superbells Evening Star' is a fantastic addition to any garden. Furthermore, despite its delicate appearance, this plant is hardy and able to withstand both wind and rain. Its cascading habit makes it perfect for hanging baskets or as a ground cover.
Million bell 'Superbells Miss Lilac'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Miss Lilac'
Million bell 'Superbells Miss Lilac'
Million bell 'Superbells Miss Lilac' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Miss Lilac' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Cabaret Sky Blue'
Calibrachoa hybrida 'Cabaret Sky Blue'
Million bell 'Cabaret Sky Blue'
An early flowering variety, million bell 'Cabaret Sky Blue' adds a burst of blue-purple color to the garden. As a trailing plant, it works well in hanging baskets or containers. Birds, bees, and hummingbirds will all be attracted to this prolifically blooming plant.
Million bell 'Superbells Blue Moon Punch'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Blue Moon Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue Moon Punch'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue Moon Punch' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Blue Moon Punch' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Million bell 'Superbells Pink'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Pink'
Million bell 'Superbells Pink'
Million bell 'Superbells Pink' is a small million bells cultivar offering petunia-like blooms that come in a stunning pink color (thus its name). Gardeners favor this plant as it is long-blooming, heat tolerant, and does not require deadheading. Million bell 'Superbells Pink's also tend to attract hummingbirds.
Million bell 'Superbells White'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells White'
Million bell 'Superbells White'
Million bell 'Superbells White', a million bell cultivar, offers a show of small petunia-like flowers in a pure white (thus the name) with yellow throats. It has cascading growth and continuous bloom through the season. Gardeners favor this cultivar as it is long blooming, heat tolerant, and attracts hummingbirds.
Million bell 'Superbells Lemon Slice'
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Lemon Slice'
Million bell 'Superbells Lemon Slice'
Million bell 'Superbells Lemon Slice' is a vibrant annual flower that dazzles with its bright yellow and white striped petals. Million bell 'Superbells Lemon Slice' is popular for its long-lasting blooms and ability to thrive in full sun to partial shade. Interestingly, this plant is not a true petunia, but shares many of the same characteristics. It is perfect for containers, hanging baskets, or as a colorful groundcover. Additionally, hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to its nectar-rich flowers.
Million bell 'Cabaret Orange'
Calibrachoa 'Cabaret Orange'
Million bell 'Cabaret Orange'
Million bell 'Cabaret Orange' stands out for its unique blood orange blooms. It is a cultivar of the genus Calibrachoa, which normally comes in colors of pink, red, yellow, or white. The name refers to the cultivar's unique color. This flower is prized for its heat tolerance and ability to bloom all season long.
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Calibrachoa
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Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Calibrachoa is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Lifespan
Lifespan
Annual
Plant Type
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Herb/Vine
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Key Facts About Calibrachoa

Attributes of Calibrachoa

Plant Height
30 cm
Spread
15 cm
Leaf type
Evergreen
distribution

Distribution of Calibrachoa

Distribution Map of Calibrachoa

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Invasive
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Exploring the Calibrachoa Plants

8 most common species:
Calibrachoa parviflora
Seaside petunia
Seaside petunia (Calibrachoa parviflora) is a small wildflower species that can grow to be 2.5 cm tall and 30 cm wide. Seaside petunia is often planted as ground cover because it blooms delicate pinkish lavender, petunia-like blossoms in spring and summer. It is commonly found growing along streams in deserts and wetland areas.
Calibrachoa × hybrida 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!'
Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Holy Moly!' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle'
Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' are evergreen short-lived perennials, small shrubs or herbaceous plants with woody shoot axis. The leaves are ovate, elliptic, reverse ovate or linear; its edge is flat or rolled back. The inflorescences are monochasic and have oppositely standing, foliage-like bracts. The flowers are usually zygomorphic, the bud cover is reciprocal in most species. The calyx has five or ten ribs, it is usually lobed to about the middle, the lobes are usually narrowed towards the top. The color of the crown can be purple, red, pink or whitish. The fruits are capsules. The seeds have a net-like surface. This structure is due to walls perpendicular to the seed surface, which are straight in all species. This genus includes about 28 species. Million bell 'Superbells Dreamsicle' is found across much the same region of South America as petunias, inhabiting scrub and open grassland.
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue'
Million bell 'Superbells Blue' has small pointy bright green leaves and offers a show of small petunia-like flowers in a stunning plum-purple color (in spite of its "blue" moniker") that bloom through the season. Gardeners favor this cultivar's ability to attract bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.
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