Calibrachoa Million Bells Terra Cotta is basically a trailing Petunia. The only thing that separates
the two plants is that Petunia's have 14 chromosomes... and
Calibrachoa has 18.
Plant in full sun in fertile, well drained
soil either in containers or beds. Space plants 7" - 8"
apart. Calibrachoa is quite easy to
grow... and is very vigorous. Plants flower for the entire
A great plant for attracting hummingbirds! They are excellent
when grown in hanging baskets or window boxes. 'Terra
Cotta' has more of an upright habit than the other
members of the family. Hardy down to 30 degrees.
Potential pests ~ diseases: Rare.
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