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Calibrachoa hybrid 'Superbells® Pomegranate Punch'

$7.99
UPC:
703694245978

Will begin shipping Apr 5th 2021 depending on your hardiness zone and plant readiness. If you have a preferred ship date please let us know in the order comments.

Common Name:
Calibrachoa
Plant Type:
Annual
Exposure:
Sun to Part Sun
Hardiness Zone:
9-11
Bloom Color:
Red
Bloom Time:
Season Long
Garden Height:
8-12 Inches
Garden Spread:
12-24 Inches
  • Loves sunny areas
  • Deep rich beautiful color
  • Attracts hummingbirds

Calibrachoa 'Superbells® Pomegranate Punch' has beautiful cranberry colored blossoms with dark throats.   Covered in blooms all season long, its vigorous habit will quickly fill in sunny window boxes, combination planters and hanging baskets.  No deadheading is required.  Very low maintenance and disease resistance makes Superbells a winner!

Uses: Combination Containers, Containers, Hanging Baskets
Nature Attraction: Hummingbirds
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Deadheading Not Necessary, Heat & Drought Tolerant, Trailing Habit

Homeowner Growing Tips:
Calibrachoa do best in well drained soil. They prefer containers or raised beds. If the roots are kept too wet it can lead to root disease. Once they are established allow the top of the soil to slightly dry before watering again.

Fertilize them regularly. Look for something with an N-P-K ratio near 20-10-20 such as the Proven Winners water soluble fertilizer. This will help keep the foliage nice and green.

Calibrachoa respond very well to trimming. During the season if they begin to look a little leggy simply take a sharp scissors and trim them back to taste. This will promote increased branching resulting in thicker, fuller looking plants with more blooms.

Photos courtesy of Proven Winners 




Review (1)

  • excellent quality
    5

    Posted by Krista Grava on Oct 9th 2020

    Everything we ordered from Romence Gardens arrived in outstanding health. We would absolutely order again. Unfortunately we had a drought and could not do any outdoor watering and can't comment further.