Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
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Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant

Price: 12.95
Each 4.5-Inch Pot contains 1 plant
Full Sun (6+ hours)Moist12-inches tall x 24-inches wide

How to Say Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plant
Plant Features

Superbells® Red Calibrachoa Plants offers heat-tolerant, self-cleaning, miniature petunia-like flowers that darken just slightly before descending into the yellowy-green throats. These gorgeous lipstick-red-colored petals will have you coming back for more. Superbells® are heat-loving, self-cleaning calibrachoa that thrive if provided a sunny location, well-drained soil, fertilizer and proper watering.


Proven Winners® Superbells® Red Calibrachoa hybrid 'INCALIMRED' USPPAF, Can PBRAF

Plant Needs
Preferred Sunlight: Full Sun (6+ hours)
Preferred Soil Moisture: Moist, Well-drained
Fertilizer Needs: Weekly
Survives Winter in Zones: 9, 10, 11
Plant Characteristics
Habit: Trailing
Mature Plant Size: 12-inches tall x 24-inches wide
Flower Color: Red
Foliage Color: Green
Bloom Time: Continuous
Attracts: Butterflies
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"Awesome"

on 5/11/2021 4:18:33 AM

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Comment: These plants arrived in excellent packaging!! Not even one piece of dirt was misplaced. The size of the plants were perfect, and they were very healthy. Absolutely will order again.

"very healthy"

on 4/26/2021 1:02:05 PM

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Comment: As always the plants arrived healthy and happy! Super duper packaging. No issues when transplanting, already growing!

"Should Survive"

on 4/5/2021 7:37:08 PM

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Comment: Most of the plant was received intact with only some of the stems and leaves gone. It looks like it may survive and I am looking forward to that and its eventual blooming