Genus: Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa

Photo/Illustration: 
Colleen Fitzpatrick
(Calibrachoa)
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Solanaceae
Closely related to the Petunia genus, the two dozen or so Calibrachoa species hail from South America and parts of the southern U.S. Though they are evergreen perennials, they are mostly grown as annuals or short-lived perennials. Flowers are the typical petunia shape, but smaller. They are great for containers or as bedding.
Noteworthy characteristics:  Small, petunia-like flowers. Evergreen, sprawling foliage. Tolerates light frosts.
Care:  Grow in sun or part shade. Pinch back to encourage more flowers.
Propagation: 

Start from tip cuttings.

Species, varieties and clutivars for genus Calibrachoa

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Callie Rose Star
Calibrachoa 'Callie Rose Star’
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Millon bells
Calibrachoa 'Superbells Tequila Sunrise'
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'Million Bells' calibrachoa
Calibrachoa 'Million Bells'
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Superbells® Cherry Star Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa Superbells® Cherry Star
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Calibrachoa  Superbells® Dreamsicle
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Superbells® Lemon Slice Calibrachoa
Calibrachoa Superbells® Lemon Slice