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Million Bells® Trailing Yellow Calibrachoa Plant

Your price: $8.36
  • - Height: 4-6 inches
  • - Growing Zone: 2-11
  • - Exposure: Full Sun
  • - Bloom Time: Spring-Fall
  • - Each 3-Inch Pot contains 1 Million Bells® Trailing Yellow Calibrachoa Plant
Plant Features

Million Bells® Trailing Yellow Calibrachoa Plants feature a profusion of self-cleaning, bright yellow flowers with a trailing habit that will enhance any elements. Million Bells® grow best in full sun with moist, well-drained soil. The flowers bloom all season long, are heat and rain tolerant, and perfect for hanging baskets, containers and landscapes.

Companion Planting: Bacopa, Bidens, Geranium, Ipomoea, Salvia

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Overwinter Zones 9, 10, 11
Soil Moisture Moist
Soil Properties Well-drained
Fertilizer Every time you water
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category Short
Mature Spread 2-4 feet
Habit Trailing
Flower Color Yellow
Foliage Color Green
Attracts Bees, Butterflies, Hummingbirds
Features Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Container Garden, Cottage Garden, English Garden, Hanging Baskets
Plant Used for Aesthetic Appeal, Borders and Edging, Spiller
Pet Friendly Yes
Plant Type Hybrid

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Top Reviews

Spring plants

I'm going to try this once more than I'm through. My plants arrived healthy although small. I'm hoping they make it. So far so good. Thanks so much!

From Lee | April 04, 2022

Quality Plant

Arrived a bit small, but planted and it has really done well.

From anonymous | June 24, 2021


I can't review each individually (too many). All plants in this order (placed last winter) arrived in great condition and packaged extremely well. We have had a lousy spring - looking out at snow from another storm. Won't pot them all until we get a little warmer. Excellent transaction start to finish!

From Cynthia | May 23, 2019

Yellow Gems

Healthy plants arrived as scheduled. Excellent customer service.

From anonymous | April 23, 2019

Trailing Yellow Calibrachoa Plant

Again I was very pleased with the size,and quality of the plant. It had flowers and buds too which was a nice surprise.

From Mary | May 13, 2016

Million Bells Plants

The Million Bells Trailing Yellow Calibrachoa Plants arrived in perfect condition and very healthy. It was 4 days until I could plant them but they stayed fresh and are now growing wonderfully! I will absolutely be a repeat customer!!!

From David | March 31, 2016

Yellow Calibrachoa-Best of Texas

Plants arrived healthy and ready to grow. I planted late this year and the heat wave had hit us already. No worries, this little guy went to work immediately filling my largest pool planter and blooms profusely everyday. Excellent for gorgeous color.

From kristen | June 20, 2013

Good Travelers

My order took the scenic route this year.They traveled to Michigan before coming to Iowa! They still arrived in tiptop condition. GrowJoy is the best.

From Suzi | May 17, 2013

Great Yellow Cali plant

I planted this Calibrachoa along with other colors in a hanging basket. It started to wilt after a couple of weeks so I gave it part sun, now that's it's growing profusely, I have it back in full sun. Likes a lot of water! ZZZone 9

From LORI | July 08, 2012

A little more work than described

Very nice plants, but the description is a bit misleading. These plants really aren't that low maintenance, because they need lots of water (unless they are in partial shade) and you have to dead head them. However, I've always been pleased with the products I've received from GrowJoy. My only complaint is that their shipping charges are a bit high.

From anonymous | July 06, 2012

Best in plants

Beautiful Yellow Calibrachoa plant. The plants from GrowJoy always arrive in perfect condition and they thrive. I tried other companies this year but the service was lousy and many plants died. I will stick with GrowJoy.

From Suzi | June 18, 2012