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    Hanging Baskets

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    Look at this mix of Easy Wave Petunias!

    Hanging Basket. What a happy welcome over the front porch railing! So pretty!!

    succulent basket

    Succulent Hanging Basket ...

    Experience the Orchid Extravaganza at Longwood Gardens, PA, through Mar. 25

    hanging basket with caladium, lamium, and fuschia for the shade

    i love the way this basket is so full, looks so pretty up next to the stone

    Lobularia Snow Princess

    Shade combination for a hanging basket. I forget sometimes that you don't have to add annual color to have a striking hanging basket


    Rustic-Chandelier Filled with Country Roses




    so pretty!

    Choose a Classic

    Use a Mix of Colors

    Roses and Rosemary, never thought of combining these two. It's pretty cute!

    choose a classic such as shade-loving impatiens and fill a hanging basket with their delicate-looking blooms all summer long. A. Impatiens 'Victorian Lilac' -- 3 B. Impatiens 'Xtreme Pink' -- 3

    A lavender-blue streptocarpella (an African violet relative, actually) is intriguing enough that your guests won't be able to resist taking a closer look. This nonstop bloomer is a perfect companion for anything orange or yellow -- such as the glowing orange osteospermum here. Tip: Streptocarpella is a cinch to propagate. Just pinch off new growth tips and pot them up in a little potting soil. They'll root in a couple of weeks. A. Streptocarpella 'Concord Blue' -- 2 B. Bacopa (Sutera 'Snowstorm') -- 2 C. Osteospermum 'Orange Symphony'

    See the difference accent colors make? This container uses some of the same plants as the last one, but the warm, glowing shades create a completely different look. This exciting combo is well suited to a spot where you entertain (like a deck or patio) because of its energizing colors. A. Petunia 'Supertunia Priscilla' -- 2 B. Verbena 'Aztec Silver Magic' -- 2 C. Calibrachoa 'Starlette Yellow' -- 2 D. Diascia 'Diamonte Apricot'

    Color can affect your mood -- so use it to your advantage. This is a great example; pastel shades of lavender and fuchsia pop with a bit of white to create a soft, romantic look in a sunny spot. The soothing combo is perfect for your favorite spot to relax with a good book and glass of lemonade. A. Calibrachoa 'Flamingo' -- 2 B. Petunia 'Supertunia Priscilla' -- 2 C. Verbena 'Wildfire White'

    Pick Drought-Resistant Plants Create a virtually no-care container with succulents. We've found the biggest challenge of growing beautiful hanging baskets is keeping them from drying out. You can make maintenance a breeze with a planting of drought-tolerant hens and chicks, echeveria, sedum, or other succulents. They're an unusual choice, but require next to no watering, even in hot, sunny situations. A. Hens and chicks (Sempervivum tectorum