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Superbells Lemon Slice Calibrachoa

Superbells Lemon Slice Calibrachoa new  Proven Winners

addition for 2013

superbells lemon slice calibrachoa

What a beauty! I have grown many superbells Calibrachoa in my greenhouse but this one is outstanding , don’t you think?

There is  a full line of  yellow callies in the plant industry but this was really is a eyecatcher..

I am fascinated by the color combination, of bright yellow to white margins, this one for sure will capture your attention.

Calibrachoa’s are one of my favorite long blooming plants, they sure are a favorite by others that love to grow in containers, pots and baskets.

Lemon Slice loves a full sun location, make sure and provide good drainage they do not like to have wet roots.. they will rot and plant will suffer greatly..

Grows 6-10 inches tall and trails 24 inches long..

Light Requirement: Sun
Bloom Time: Planting To Hard Frost
Hardiness Zones:  9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 11a, 11b
Uses:  Container
Uses Notes:  Best used in containers or landscapes with excellent drainage.

Special advice, when planted your lemon slice calibrachoa , give it a slight trim at the top, this will greatly improve the plants dense growth make it
fuller with many more blooms .

Low maintenance and no deadheading required, however if it gets raggy after being in in the pot or container for a while this can only help it flourish

more into the season with new growth and many more beautiful blooms .

Special Note: Feed them using a well-balanced (look for something with an n-p-k ration near 20-10-20) water soluble fertilizer.
If you have been fertilizing regularly with a well-balanced fertilizer and the foliage is still turning yellow it is probably because
the pH range in your soil has gotten a bit high or low.

Superbells® Lemon Slice Calibrachoa

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