What Is A Calibrachoa?
The Gardener|August 2020
What Is A Calibrachoa?
Although the tiny flowers of calibrachoas resemble those of petunias, the plants are classified into two separate genera in the Solanaceae family.

A question that often arises is whether calibrachoas are a perennial or an annual: it is said that they can be expected to be a perennial plant in warm, temperate regions but should rather be treated as an annual in cold climates, replacing them with fresh stock every spring.

Now that we have all of the above out of the way, let’s rather look for good reasons to plant lots of calibrachoas. They are:

Fast-growing, with prolific flowering for months on end;

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August 2020