Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Superbells - Our Plants - Kaw Valley Greenhouses

Calibrachoa, Million Bells, Superbells

Calibrachoa hybrid 'Superbells White Imp.'



  • Trailing habit
  • Heat tolerant
  • Attracts hummingbirds
  • Blooms all season

Kaw Valley Favorite

These are our very favorite plants! Our staff members are avid plant lovers and these are the best of the best in our own landscaping.

Many of our favorites are new & different. All are excellent performers, easy to grow, and well suited to our area. You won't be disappointed!


Calibrachoa hybrid 'Superbells White Imp.' displays abundant, small petunia-like flowers all season long. Cascading habit; low maintenance. The entire Superbells series of Calibrachoa is bred for heat tolerance. Best in containers including hanging baskets where it can display its fabulous trailing habit. Keeping plants too wet can lead to root rot diseases. Allow the top of the soil to dry before watering again. If your plant is wilting even though the soil is still damp you likely have a root rot problem. Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

Growing Tips

Calibrachoas are ph sensitive and need a well-draining soil. Typical garden soils are not acidic enough to keep Calibrachoas from having stunted, yellow growth. They perform best in a good quality potting soil such as our own Kaw Valley "Good Stuff". For beds with typical garden soils we recommend the similar looking "Littletunia" series of Petunias, which are not so ph sensitive. If you have problems with budworms (blooms and buds getting chewed away) we recommend Captain Jack's Deadbug Brew. It's safe enough to be used for organic growing, and we have seen excellent results. We carry this fantastic product at our Kaw Valley Garden Centers.

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Full Sun to Part Sun

Bloom Color:

White / Ivory

Hardiness Zone:

Not hardy


5-8 inches


12-16 inches


Truly Heat Tolerant

Attracts Wildlife:

Attracts Butterflies

Attracts Hummingbirds

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