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Calibrachoa hybrida 'Callie Rose'

SKU Name
CAL-CAL-303-F08T #8 Terra Pot
CAL-CAL-303-F09M #9 Pot
CAL-CAL-303-F10H #10 Hanging Basket
CAL-CAL-303-F45G #4.5 Green Pot
CAL-CAL-303-LS51 Rooted Cutting 51 CT Tray

Calibrachoa Callie's are great plants to add to any floral environment. Their high versatility makes them a wise choice as a filler or border plant. Enjoy many different beautiful bell shaped flowers in a variety of colors. Create a beautiful combination or accent window boxes and hanging baskets with colorful trailing Callies. The Callie series has a spread of 12-16 inches, requiring a space of 8-10 inches to properly grow and has an optimal height of 4-8 inches. The ability to thrive in full or part sun, complement many other plants of flowers, or simply stand-alone make it a great choice for your home or garden. In particular, Callie Rose displays a vibrant bright violet-rose blooms.

  • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • Bloom Color: Rose 
  • Height: 4-8 Inches
  • Spread: 12-16 Inches
  • Spacing: 8-10 Inches
  • Zone: 9 to 11
  • RC 102 Tray

Since 2005, the Calibrachoa Callie series, part of the GoldFisch line of Vegetative annuals, has received over 30 trial awards. Calibrachoa in this variety have a strong root system and are more tolerant of higher pH soils, allowing for healthier growth. This tolerance also creates a more uniform trailing growth habit. The Callie series produces an abundance of bell-shaped flowers on low mounding, heat tolerant plants that will thrive in hot afternoon sun. Plant in containers or landscapes and watch them bloom all summer long.

Calibrachoa Callie is a trailing plant, featuring a variety of captivating colors. It is commonly used as a spiller in container combinations, window boxes, and hanging baskets. Callie can also be used in mass planting, as a border or edging crop, as ground cover, or as a component plant in mixed combinations. Key features of this variety include full sun exposure, no deadheading, heat tolerance, and frost tolerance.