12″ Confetti Mix Hanging Basket
1.) Water calibrachoa generously, soaking the soil around the roots, and then don’t water again until the top 1 to 2 inches of soil feel dry. Calibrachoa is relatively drought-tolerant and prone to rot in soggy soil. Watering the soil instead of the foliage also helps prevent rot.
2.) Add a slow-release fertilizer to the soil at planting time. Thereafter, feed the plant monthly, using a water-soluble fertilizer with a ratio such as 20-10-20. Always water immediately after applying fertilizer.
3.) Trim the plant in midsummer or anytime calibrachoa begins to look tired and less vibrant. Calibroacha isn’t fussy and is safely trimmed back to the point where it looks neat and tidy. Blooming decreases for a few days but rebounds quickly as trimming the plant stimulates new growth.
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