Sweet Alyssum is a favorite of butterflies and bees, as its pink, purple, or white flowers are deeply fragrant and appealing. It's just perfect in hanging baskets!
This is an ornamental relative of the edible tuber you may well have in your kitchen and is just as endearing.
Ivy is an easy-to-care-for climbing vine with no hassles growing in a basket.
This American wildflower is a late summer bloomer, bringing punchy color to the dog days of the season.
These plants are known for their colorful, saucer-shaped flowers that bloom in various colors, including white, red, orange, yellow, and pink.
I love the weird-looking leaves of the string of pearls – each is a perfect glossy green bead with a tiny transparent slit to let in the light.
Like the string of pearls, the string of dolphins is a trailing succulent with fat, water-filled leaves.
Petunias of all kinds are a popular choice for baskets, with reliable flowers in a variety of colors.
Dwarf varieties thrive in baskets, bringing gentle fragrance to balconies and porches.
This variety loves a sunny spot and is a great choice for warm, exposed locations.
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