|Brachyscome "Blue Zephyr"|
|Calibrachoa "Terra Cotta Can-Can"|
I planted these two together because I loved the bold color combination. They need full sun and since I have them combined in a relatively small container, I water them every day. My experience with Calibrachoa is that it can stand pretty intense heat and even if it starts to wilt in the July late-day heat, it will bounce back quickly if given an additional drink.
Calibrachoa is really a mini petunia. You'll also see it referred to as Million Bells. Brachyscome is of the daisy family. You can shear back this plant as the blooms fade to encourage more blooming.
Can you grow these? Of course you can-can.
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