Learn about the Best Plants For Hanging Baskets. Hanging baskets filled with colorful flowers and plants are very showy and elegant and adorn any garden. You don't need a lot of space to display them, too!
Repurpose a plastic bottle by cutting it in half, poking holes in it and planting it in your flower containers this summer upside down. Fill the bottle for slow & even watering!****FOLLOW OUR UNIQUE GARDENING BOARDS AT *****FOLLOW us on & for great organic gardening tips gardeningtips repurpose garden Find here via Pinterest
Portulaca Place portulaca, or moss rose, in a site where it will receive sun for most of the day. When the plant sits in shade, its flowers will close up. Pair moss rose with other heat loving, drought tolerant plants like wandering Jew, which will provide color between blooming cycles.
Spiral Grass: Known for its beautiful, spiral leaves, Moraea tortilis makes an excellent ornamental houseplant grown in pots or hanging baskets. As the name suggests, it is not actually a grass but serves as a nice low-growing plant for containers. It is actually a bulb.
Bacopa Hanging Plant Bacopa ‘Snowtopia’ has cascading evergreen stems that burst with a profusion of white blossoms from June through September. Favoring sun or semi-shade, it’s the perfect choice for a porch or patio.