30 Must-See Annuals: 2012 California Spring Trials Introductions

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Calibrachoa ‘Peach Cobbler’

Calibrachoa ‘Peach Cobbler’ from Westhoff

Westoff
Continual flowering from spring to late fall and breeding that allows the flowers to stay open for longer periods in low
temperatures and light levels help make this calibrachoa a profitable crop. Yellow flowers with red-veined stars help
brighten any garden or patio and look stunning in a basket or pot.

Richard Jones is the group editor for Greenhouse Grower and Today's Garden Center magazines. Karli Petrovic is associate editor of Greenhouse Grower and Today's Garden Center. You can eMail her at kapetrovic@meistermedia.com.

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