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Production Tips for Growers: Million Bells Calibrachoa


Million Bells, the series that started the whole calibrachoa explosion, are well known for their versatility and perfect for hanging baskets, patio container, window...



How to plant Million Bells: Jeff Turner plants Million Bells surfinia hanging baskets

Jeff shows us how to plant Million Bells or Calibrachoa into containers for an attractive Summer display. These plants are terrific for their fantastic colours and the...



Allan Armitage Recommends Million Bells Calibrachoa for Annual Color

For 20 years, Million Bells have been synonymous with calibrachoa. Bred by Suntory Flowers, Million Bells was the very first series on the market. Dr. Allan...



Planting and Care for Million Bells Calibrachoa


The Suntory Collections Million Bells Calibrachoa is an easy-to-grow, low maintenance flowering plant that takes but a few minutes to add to your garden.



Commercial Grower Tips & Benefits: Million Bells Calibrachoas

The Suntory Collection presents grower benefits from producing Million Bells, a trademark calibrachoa collection from Suntory producing a multitude of blooms...



Million Bells: Turn your Balcony from Boring to Beautiful


Million Bells was the very first Calibrachoa to be introduced into the market! These adorable, tiny flowers are cleaner, more versatile, and dainty than petunias.



Commercial Grower Tips & Benefits: Million Bells Bouquet calibrachoas

Suntory Flowers was the first to introduce calibrachoa as a commercial crop as Million Bells. The name has resonated and garden lovers worldwide...



Million Bells Calibrachoa Low-Maintenance Original Superstar!


Million Bells was the very first Calibrachoa to be introduced into the market! These adorable, tiny flowers are cleaner, more versatile, and dainty compared to...



Grower Tips & Benefits: Million Bells Bouquet Calibrachoas




Million Bells: Bring Your Front Entrance to Life

Million Bells was the very first Calibrachoa to be introduced into the market! These adorable, tiny flowers are cleaner, more versatile, and dainty than petunias.