Apricot CalibrachoaConga Sun Kiss Calibrachoa has an abundance of apricot blooms with darker orange veins and a reddish throat on dainty green foliage. The Conga Series are compact and flower one week earlier than the Cabaret series. Calibrachoa are vigorous, fast growing annuals that feature hundreds of vividly colored small Petunia like flowers that bloom from spring to first frost. Unlike regular Petunias, Calibrachoa are self cleaning, meaning that the plants shed spent flowers and replace them with new ones. In early fall, calibrachoa will continue to perform. They like the cool weather of fall as much as the warm weather of summer. They can also withstand a frost and are hardy to approximately 28 degrees.

Size: #4.5

Spacing: Plant 12″ to 14″ apart.

Height: Grows 6” to 10” tall.

How To Grow: Plant in full sun.

Outstanding Features: Calibrachoa are easy to grow.

Tips: Shady areas will cause the plants to “stretch” as well as dramatically reduce the flower count.

Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes

Picture © 2015 Ball Horticultural Company

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