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Million Bells

Calibrachoa ‘Million Bells’

An annual commonly used in container plantings, million bells produces a profusion of small, trumpet-shaped flowers in the Summer and Fall.

(Detailed plant information can be found at the bottom of the page.)
Calibrachoa ‘Million Bells’

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Calibrachoa ‘Million Bells’ Plant Information

Scientific Name: Calibrachoa 'Million Bells'
Common Name: million bells
Family: Solanaceae
Suggested Uses: annuals, beds & borders, container plantings, hanging baskets
Plant Form: spreading
Height: 6 - 8 inches
Spread: 12 - 18 inches
Foliage: simple, inch-long, green to blue-green leaves

medium-textured foliage
Flower: small white, purple, or pink rotate, trumpet-shaped flowers

have the appearance of miniature (approximately half-sized) petunias
Bloom Period: Summer - Fall
Sun: partial shade - light shade
Water: medium water requirement
Soil: low pH, fertile soil

responds to the addition of organic matter to the soil
Heat Tolerance: medium heat tolerance

limited adaptability to low or high temperatures
USDA Zone: zones 9 - 11
Native Range: South America
Maintenance: mulch is desirable

propagation by seed
Additional Notes: used in containers and hanging baskets for long season color

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