soil & varities - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Robert Terrill
Thousand Oaks, Ca
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Question by feathersbob
August 2, 2010
Proper potting soil for Callbrachoa & is there white or yellow ones?

Answer from NGA
August 2, 2010
If you are planting in containers, use a regular potting soil; if you're planting in the ground, amend the soil with compost so it drains quickly.

Calibrachoa is available in a wide range of colors, from purple-blue, soft lavender-pink, hot pink, cherry pink, white, apricot and yellow under the names of 'Million Bells', 'Liricashower', 'Celebration' and 'Colorburst' Series. Calibrachoa thrives in full sun and is fast-growing with hundreds of small, petunia-like flowers from spring through late fall. The plants are self-cleaning and have a low-growing, compact growth habit. Calibrachoa is perfect in baskets, window boxes or as a ground cover.

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