Hanging Plant Table.
|THE PLANTS||The flowers||When they bloom||Where they grow|
|Profusion of drooping yellow flowers with red calyces—like Chinese lanterns.||Summer to fall; nearly all year in mildest climates.||Part shade or sun. Can take light frosts.|
|Drooping clusters of salmon pink from deeper-colored buds.||Spring to fall; nearly everblooming where winters are mild.||Part shade, but needs good light for heavy flowering,|
BEDDING OR WAX
|White, pink, or red; single or double,||Late spring to fall, or nearly everblooming.||Part shade; needs ample light for bloom,|
|White, pink, red, yellow, orange; bicolors and blends,||Summer and fall near coast; shorter season inland ends with onset of hot weather.||Part shade with good light. Inland, requires more shade, added humidity for success.|
|Shrimplike clusters of coppery or chartreuse bracts. True flowers white, inconspicuous,||Nearly all year, but suspends flowering in cold weather.||Bright light, but not hottest sun. ‘Chartreuse’ variety needs more shade. Takes light frost.|
|Calceolaria integrifolia||Clusters of pouch- shaped, yellow to brown-red flowers,||Summer and fall; late spring in warmest southern regions,||Bright light, but not hot sun. Can take considerable frost.|
ITALIAN BELLFLOWER ,
|Profusion of white or light blue, bell-shaped, starry-pointed flowers,||Late summer and fall.||Part shade with good light. Roots fairly hardy. Tops die back after flowering,|
|Blue, daisylike, with yellow centers.||Almost all year.||Sun or light shade. Can take moderate frost.|
|Drooping, white, pink, red, orange, lavender, purple; bicolors common.||Summer and fall; nearly all year in mildest coastal gardens,||Partial shade with good light. Mature wood fairly hardy,|
|Flat, 1 to 2-inch flowers in white, pink, orange, red, lavender, violet,||Spring to fall in cooler climates; nearly all year in mildest areas.||Part shade with good light. Tender; usually grown as an annual,|
|Clustered lilac-lavender flowers,||Spring to frost.||Sun. Takes moderate frost, average soil.|
|Lobelia erinus||Profuse show of small blue or white flowers,||Summer and fall; longest bloom where summers are fairly cool.||Partial shade; full sun near coast. Grown as an annual.|
|Lotus berthelotii||Scarlet, beak-shaped flowers contrast nicely with gray foliage,||Summer.||Sun. Perennial, but tender to frost.|
LADY WASHINGTON PELARGONIUM
|Clustered flowers in white, pink, lavender, coral, red, often with contrasting blotch,||Spring and early summer; longest summer season where summers are cool,||Partial shade with good light; full sun in fog belt. Tender to sharp frosts.|
|White, pink, lavender, red clusters; single or double.||All summer and fall.||Full sun; partial shade in hot summer areas. Tender to sharp frosts.|
|White, pink, lavender, blue, red, purple, creamy yellow, bicolored; single or double.||Spring, summer, fall. Winter, spring in southwest desert.||Sun or light shade. Hardy; usually grown as annuals.|
|Creamy white and yellow to pink and red; single or double.||Spring, summer.||Sun or light shade. Grown as annuals.|
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