NEW! An abundance of bright two toned blooms cover these full, trailing plants.
With a mounding, trailing habit and vigorous, uniform branching, plants are very adaptable, and the color of the blooms works beautifully in mixed container plantings or hanging baskets. No deadheading required. A hummingbird magnet!Calibrachoa is closely related to the Petunia. Both species were introduced to Europe from South America in the early 19th century. Calibrachoa is fast-growing and thrives in full sun, producing hundreds of small, trumpet-like flowers from spring through late fall. The plants have a low-growing, compact growth habit and are self-cleaning.