Must Know Plant Care Tips: Low-growing but very capable of a wide spread, calibrachoa is well suited for spaces where it can spill onto walkways and over the sides of pots. If you want a space to fill quickly, such as a garden spot or hanging basket, calibrachoa is ideal. It does well mixed with other plants.
Plant Problem Solver: Because it grows so quickly, calibrachoa will require feeding. It’s sensitive to too little nitrogen, and will turn yellow when it requires fertilizer. Because of its quick growth, calibrachoa will quickly cover up any spent blooms and still look great, so manually removing dead blossoms isn’t necessary.
Pretty Pairings: Great companion plants for calibrachoa include coral bells, angelonia, and loosestrife. You might also plant several varieties of different-colored calibrachoa together in the same garden area or container.