Part petunia and part calibrachoa
For full-season color, look no further than SuperCal, an easy-care cross between a calibrachoa and a petunia. Inheriting the best traits from both parents, SuperCal has incredible trailing flower power!
SuperCal is fabulous in baskets or patio containers – it will even do well in garden beds – wherever non-stop color is needed. It’s more heat tolerant than calibrachoa and doesn’t have the stickiness of a petunia, so little to no deadheading is required.
It performs best in sunny areas, but try to avoid planting SuperCal in those hot spots that are better suited for portulaca or vinca.
When planting SuperCal, add time-release food to the soil and then supplement with liquid food during the summer. The reward will be non-stop blooms until frost.