(Updated 2 May 2014)
From the Learn2Grow website,
The vigorous, semi-trailing Calibrachoa in the Noa™ Series are floriferous and early-blooming. These popular bedding plants produce an explosion of colorful blooms all season. They are warm season tender perennials that look like miniature petunias, but their funnel-shaped flowers are smaller and less radial. There are many color variants and some cultivars in the series are double. Calibrachoa blooms appear from summer to fall along trailing stems lined with small, light green leaves.
We have a combination of two colors planted in an outdoor container. They kept throughout an unusually cold winter (for south Louisiana) where the temperature dropped into the ‘teens.
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The first color is blue and called “Blue Legend.”
The alternate color bloom is white and called “Cherry Blossom.”
Calibrachoa is very easy to grow from seed. For more info about them visit the Garden Harvest Supply website here.
Anyone have these also? Leave a comment and tell us about your experience with them.