Calibrachoa has an abundance blooms on trailing green foliage with tiny elongated leaves.  It is a vigorous, fast growing annual that features hundreds of vividly colored small Petunia like flowers that bloom from spring to first frost.

Unlike regular Petunias, calibrachoa is self cleaning, meaning that it sheds it’s spent flowers and replaces them with new ones. In early fall, cabaret calibrachoa will continue to perform. They like the cool weather of fall as much as the warm weather of summer. Calibrachoa can also withstand a frost and are hardy to approximately 28 degrees.

They will struggle some in the summer and can stop blooming which is normal. Some afternoon shade can help offset this some. Don’t worry. As the days get shorter and as the temps cool down, they will start blooming again.

Calibrachoa is a very popular plant, and we produce a lot of different varieties of Calibrachoa. Each variety is chosen specifically for their colors and performance in the size that we grow them in.

Conga Calibrachoa

Conga Calibrachoa is a compact series that is well suited for containers, window boxes and smaller garden spaces. It can be used in larger gardens and containers but may not fill them out completely.

Conga grows 6-10″ tall and spreads 8-10″ wide.

In the fall we grow Conga in our #4.5 Premium category and carry Dark Blue, Red and Yellow.

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