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The Pacific Outdoor Living Flower of the Month for September is the Million Bells Flower.

Million Bells is the common name given to the Calibracoa flower, a perennial plant that blooms large, bright flowers and requires minimal care, even during the summer. Its flowers drop when they fade, so the plant doesn’t require deadheading.

Million Bells grow six to ten inches tall and spread out over walls and containers, depending on their placement. A lot of people use them as entryway plants, hanging them from the ceiling to create a vibrant display for people passing through.MillionBells3 Flower of the Month: Million Bells Southern California pacific outdoor living Outdoor Living Spaces Million Bells landscape design landscape green garden flowers construction Calibracoa a.

Million Bells resemble petunias, but will fare better in the summer heat and have fewer insect problems. For instance, they resist the geranium budworms that attack petunias. They come in bright shades of red, purple, pink, blue, orange and yellow. Million Bells should be planted in full sun and fertilized once a month, but don’t require any additionally care under normal circumstances. They are very drought-tolerant, and unlike petunias, they won’t fade out over the summer. Watering should only be done when the plant is dried out.

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True Blue Flowers that grow/thrive in Zone 9

2007-04-10 21:56:57 by rjhexx

Over the years, I have been steadily adding true blue flowering plants to my garden. And I don't mean lilac or purple flowering plants - there's a difference between violet/lavender and true blue but many descriptions from catalogs and the Internet describe purple/lilac flowers as blue. I do have quite a few lavender/purple flowering plants in my garden, but that's because I was tricked by some catalogs and Internet pictures. I swear I think some of those pics have been manipulated to make the flowers look blue rather than their actual violet/purple color. I bought Spanish blue bells and blue hyacinths, but they still have a purple/violet tinge to them


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