Hanging plants

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  1. looking

    looking Seedling

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    Hi all,
    Can someone give me some ideas for a nice hanging plant in a temperate climate? it will be under shade cloth in a pergola. :?:

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  3. dooley

    dooley Super Garden Turtle

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    try impatients. I have three in a basket and it is overflowing. It hangs from a corner of the house and only gets a bit of afternoon sun. I have red ones but they come in lots of colore, pink, white, lavender,etc. I have them growing in the shade under the mulberry tree too. They are the only flowering plant I have been able to grow under that tree. They do die in winter though unless you bring them inside. Begonia's might do well there too. I have a big one that I've had in a basket for three years. I bring it inside in the winter. We only get down in the 20's sometimes but that's enought to freeze things. I don't know about green plants. I only grow things that have flowers. Dooley
     

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