(406) 628-6827 | 1500 East Railroad Street, Laurel, MT 59044*Located West of Billings, MT on I-90

Tropical Sunrise Superbelle

Calibrachoa hybrid

Growing Zones 9-11
  • Height: 6-8″
  • Width:  24-36″
  • Spacing:  12-16″
  • Design Role:  Spiller
  • Location :  Full Sun
  • Water: Average
  • Fertilizer:  Average to High
  • Growth Habit:  Trailing

 

 

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Description

Abundant, small petunia-like flowers all season on cascading growth; low maintenance.  Deadheading not necessary, attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, easy care!

Among the easiest plants to grow, Million Bells are hugely popular ask any hummingbird. Their profuse, self-cleaning flowers arrive in spring and keep going until fall.  The plants can tolerate light frost and thrive in sun or semi-shade. Plant in a free-draining soil and water only when the soil is almost dry. They are very fine stemmed and need to be handled a little carefully as they get older so they don’t break. Don’t be afraid to cut them back, they will grow out again immediately.