Best Hanging Plants for Your Patio

By Blair Donovan Country Living

Are you excited to start gardening this spring? We can’t wait! With more time spent at home, we’re looking forward to stepping up our gardening game by working on some new projects. Whether you’re brand new to the gardening world or have been a pro for years, we’ve got you covered with gardening ideas that will make your beds bloom.

Slide 3 of 21: Known for its stress relieving essential oils, verbena is a beautiful hanging plant that comes in over 250 different varieties. This butterfly-attracting plant demands lots of sun (8-10 hours per day) and a well-draining soil.Zones: 5-11

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Slide 5 of 21: Binetti remarks that lobelia comes in incredibly intense blue colors, which are a bit of a rarity in the plant world. You can also grow them in cooler climates and in the shade. Zones: 6-9

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Slide 6 of 21: Know that fuchsias don’t bode well in hot climates, but Binetti considers them "the best hanging plants for summer and hummingbirds." She adds that they do wonderfully along the coast or in cool areas.Zones: 8-10

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