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Cream to pale yellow petals surround a deep yellow throat, and does indeed remind one of buttered popcorn!
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Calibrochoas may not produce flowers as big as petunias, but the sheer number of blooms make up for the more diminutive size. 'Butter Popcorn' has long been a favorite for those looking for yellow and white flowers and the mounding habit of this cutie does resemble a tub of popcorn! Long blooming and self-cleaning, calibrachoas (aka Million Bells) will benefit from a light haircut late in the summer. Lots of sun, adequate water, and regular fertilizing will keep them blooming and looking their best. Should the blooms suddenly disappear, look for bud worms - little green worms and/or black specks of poop on the leaves. Bud Worm Terminate will take care of the problem and flowers should reappear within 10 days - come ask us!
|Common Name||Million Bells 'Butter Pop'|
|Mature Size||6" - 12" tall and wide|
|Cold Hardiness||Frost sensitive annual|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Color||Cream and yellow|
|Bloom Time||Late spring into fall|