Calibrachoa Superbells Tickled Pink, Calibrachoa Superbells ‘Tickled PInk’ PPAF, produces a mounding mass of bright pink-purple blooms in a semi-upright habit. It is a great new shade of pink. The deep magenta center that fades out to a light pink edge is very striking in combo planters or planted by itself. Superbells® has a semi-upright growth habit, and larger leaves than other Calibrachoas, making it a great choice for hanging baskets, containers, and window boxes. This vigorous fast growing plant produces hundreds petunia-like flowers that are a lovely shade of pink. They bloom from spring until first frost. Calibrachoa Superbells are easy to grow. Place them in full sun, shade will severely limit the number of flowers. The one-inch bell-shaped flowers bloom all season long to fill garden beds, and they make a lovely cascade as they spill from containers. Superbells are self cleaning, you do not have to pinch off spent flowers. Superbells Calibrachoa is more heat resistant than most of the Calibrachoas. Keeping plants too wet can lead to root rot diseases. Allow the top of the soil to dry before watering again. You can expect hummingbirds to visit your garden when you plant Calibrachoa because they love the large trumpet shaped flowers because of its good nectar source. Calibrachoa are easy to grow and maintain. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only..
Hot Pink & Yellow Flowers!Lantana Bandana Cherry, Lantana ‘Bandana Cherry’ PPAF, displays a beautiful mix of hot pink (red velvet) and yellow flowers. Bandana® Cherry is a well branched plants that has a nice mounding growing habit. Lantana makes a nice groundcover for very hot, dry areas with poor soil conditions. Try Lantanas in a hanging basket or in a mixed combo planter. Bandana™ series plants are very well-branched with a nice, uniform, mounding habit and offer significantly larger flowers than traditional Lantana varieties. These early flowering varieties come in a range of eye-catching colors. They bloom all summer long and will come back the next year if conditions are favorable. This plant can be a perennial in zones 9-11. In zones 3-8 it is an annual only.* Makes a great groundcover* Blooms late spring through summer* Easy to grow Pick your color….