Calibrachoa Orange Double Bedding Plants
The calibrachoa double is a half-hardy perennial that brings a unique look to your space. The small pillowy flowers are a dainty addition to your space and add some rounded textures to your borders or beds. The clump-forming green foliage looks attractive in a hanging basket or container. This calibrachoa has pale orange inner and outer petals that will and add some traditional texture that will be great for the front of your borders or a bare space from June to October. This calibrachoa is drought tolerant and self-cleaning, making it a low fuss and easy to maintain addition to your garden. Plant in well-draining soil in a sunny or partially shaded location sheltered from harsh winds. Apply a layer of bone meal to the soil in the autumn for healthy roots and good spring growth.
This drought tolerant and self-cleaning plant is a low fuss and easy to maintain addition to your garden. Plant in well-draining soil in a sunny or partially shaded location sheltered from harsh winds. Apply a layer of bone meal to the soil in the autumn for healthy roots and good spring growth.
Keep well-watered, adding water only after the top inch or so of the soil dries out. Lessen how much you water towards the winter and increase slightly during warmer months or dry spells.
Feed with a liquid fertilizer once every fortnight during the spring and summer or once a month if using a solid granular slow-release fertilizer. How often should I prune my calibrachoa? The calibrachoa is a self-cleaning plant so you don't need to deadhead or prune them. However, if you still want to remove plants as they start to go brown you can do so, and it may encourage new blooms to grow faster.
- Our plants are provided in a plastic nursery pot. Any decorative pots or props are not included.
- These plants vary in size, colour and flowers depending on the season stage
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