Hanging Plants for Your Patio, Parlor, and Everywhere in Between

Posted: April 21, 2020 in Did you know?, General

basket1Are 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.

If you’re starting from scratch, this list of the best types of flowers you should have in your garden is the perfect place to start. Some of our favorites for spring are azaleas, buttercups, and forget-me-nots. These full-sun perennials that thrive in a garden with lots of light are full-proof for those of you in sunnier states.

Don’t have the greenest thumb? No worries! This list of the best low-maintenance flowers for any kind of garden will make sure that your blooms stay alive longer than your pesky indoor houseplants. These best ground cover plants to try out in your yard are also a great option if you’re a gardener who can’t make it outside very often.

If you’re looking for a more advanced gardening project to test out this spring, try installing one of these best raised garden beds to step up your gardening game or take things to new heights with these vertical garden ideas to show off your green thumb. Hanging plants are another innovative way to add flowers and greenery to your home and garden. Click through the gallery to see some of our favorites – like ivy geranium, petunias, and calibrachoa – and brush up on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone chart to make sure the blooms will prosper in your area.

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