SuperBells® Dreamsicle Calibrachoa, David
MacTavish, from his home garden, Burlington,
ON, July 22 2009
|Grown at Hutchinson Farm since
2008. Available May 2016, in 4˝" pots,
combination containers, and combination baskets.
Winter Hardiness: Annual
Light Requirements: Full Sun - Part Sun
Where to plant: Containers or Hanging Baskets
Cascade: Mounded-Semi-trailing (regular
SuperBells) or Trailing (trailing
Height: 6 - 10"
Trails: 8 - 12"
Spacing: 8 - 10"
Calibrachoas were first introduced to the home
gardener in 1998 with the 'Million Bells' series
by Proven Winners to great acclaim! A cousin of
the petunia, Cali's sport oodles of small petunia
shaped blooms, but they don't have the
'stickiness' you get with Petunias. SuperBells are
Proven Winners’ premium Calibrachoas -they’re
covered with hundreds of cascading flowers from
early spring until frost. Their versatility and
colour range make them a 'must have' for every
- Garden Performance
Perfect for mixed containers and hanging
baskets, they also do well in the ground.
SuperBells are vigorous, maintenance free, and
super-quick to recover after rain.
Fertilizer: A moderate feeder.
Use any all purpose fertilizer, compost, etc.
For small containers, should yellow leaves
develop in spite of regular feeding, apply
'chelated' iron (available at all garden
centres where fertilizer is sold), at the
labeled rate every three weeks. This will
lower the pH which is what Cali's like.
Water only when the
top of the soil feels dry.
- Colours and Varieties
Apricot Punch (first released
Coralberry Punch (first released 2011)
Frostfire (first released 2015)
Holy Moly! (new release 2016)
Lemon Slice (first released 2013)
Pomegranete Punch (first released 2014)
Strawberry Punch (first released 2015)
Yellow (first released 2010)
Garden Rose (new release 2016)