Superbells Yellow Million Bells (Calibrachoa 'Superbells Yellow')
kal-ih-brah-KOE-ah 'Superbells Yellow'

Annual
 

 
Available May 10
Size Notes Price Availability
11" Hanging Basket Greenhouse $27.65 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 10
Eco+ Grande(TM) Tray of 10 4" compostable pots Greenhouse $60.30 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 10
Available May 17
Size Notes Price Availability
11" Hanging Basket Greenhouse $27.65 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 17
Eco+ Grande(TM) Tray of 10 4" compostable pots Greenhouse $60.30 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 17
Available May 24
Size Notes Price Availability
11" Hanging Basket Greenhouse $27.65 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 24
Eco+ Grande(TM) Tray of 10 4" compostable pots Greenhouse $60.30 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival May 24
Available June 7
Size Notes Price Availability
Eco+ Grande(TM) Tray of 10 4" compostable pots Greenhouse $60.30 Available for Pre-Order
4/4 - 4/7
Estimated Arrival Jun 7
 
 

About Million Bells

Nicknamed “Million Bells” for a reason, Calibrachoa is a prolific grower and bloomer who will shock you with her explosion of small, petunia-shaped flowers.

She can bloom all season long without ever needing to be deadheaded (lazy gardeners, here’s lookin’ at you) and makes a fantastic hanging plant. 

Calibrachoa foliage is slightly sticky to the touch and her flowers can be a huge variety of colors, often even multi-colored.

She was first introduced in the 1990s and has had container enthusiasts’ hearts ever since.

Pros

Well suited for container planting

Wide variety of colors

Season-long blooms

No dead-heading needed

Cons

Annual

Needs lots of sun to bloom prolifically

 

Plant Data

Tags Annual, Annual in Chicago, Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Wildlife, Deciduous, Deer Resistant, Good for Beginners, Hanging Basket, Rabbit Resistant, Showy Flowers, Spillers, Tender Perennial
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