"The Magical Calibrachoa Plant"
Barry C. on 3/18/2023 8:04:30 PM
Comment: If you want a rewarding challenge, try pampering one of the Superbell trailing types into an award-winning masterpiece. Grow Joy only sends the best plants and in great condition. I grew a yellow one that started out as a tiny sprout in a tiny plastic container. I replanted it into a 6 ceramic pot that was about 10 to 10 deep. On sunny days it's very important to water it well early in the morning and every morning. In the evenings give it a light watering, just enough to dampen the top of the soil. Once a week, give it a hefty dose of Miracle Grow in liquid form. If you do this religiously and never allow the soil to dry out or get too wet you will be on your way to a very satisfying experience and will have yourself a masterpiece that will have hundreds of blooms on it. Red or yellow are the best colors for growth and beauty. Just be sure to plant it in full sun, tend to daily watering, fertilize ot weekly, don't over-water it (especially during heavy rains), and post us a photo mid-summer.
"Cheerful and happy-making"
Maya C. on 8/4/2022 11:35:48 AM
Comment: Love these! In zone 8b, my potted Petchoas from last year survived 3 snowstorms and re-emerged much to my surprise! This one is a fast-growing, bushy, cheerful plant in a beautiful cherry red color. They bloom even after first frost, so a good investment even late in the season.
Judy S. on 6/28/2022 12:12:39 PM
Comment: These produce an abundance of red flowers that stay all summer. They make a great filler plant that spills over the pot.
Irene G on 5/11/2021 4:18:33 AM
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.
Kym Tucker on 4/26/2021 1:02:05 PM
Comment: As always the plants arrived healthy and happy! Super duper packaging. No issues when transplanting, already growing!
Charles Varvaro on 4/5/2021 7:37:08 PM
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