What are the best trailing house plants?

Best for a warm, humid spot, such as a bright bathroom
  • Golden pothos. Golden pothos, Epipremnum aureum ‘Njoy’
  • Heart-leaf philodendron. Heart-leaf philodendron, Philodendron scandens ‘Micans’ with orchid cactus (Disocactus) in the background.
  • Orchid cactus. Orchid cactus in a hanging pot.
  • Satin pothos.
  • Red herringbone plant.

What are the best hanging plants for full sun?

Top Hanging Baskets for Full Sun
  1. Petunias. Petunias are a timeless garden favorite because they offer so many color choices and varieties.
  2. Million Bells. Million Bells are a gorgeous mounding and trailing summer annual.
  3. Bougainvillea.
  4. Portulaca.
  5. Dragon Wing Begonia.
  6. Sunpatiens.

What is a hanging plant called?

Spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is a classic houseplant that earned its name from its spindly leaves. As a low light indoor hanging plant, this beauty will feel at home in almost any space—just be sure it’s out of direct sunlight. Spider plant’s bright green foliage effortlessly enlivens any space.

What is the most drought tolerant plant?

10 best droughttolerant plants for your garden
  • Mescal agave, Agave parryi. This agave from Mexico is a brilliant architectural plant that will look good all year round.
  • Striped-stemmed aloe, Aloe striatula.
  • Palms.
  • Rock rose, Cistus.
  • Angel’s fishing rods, Dierama.
  • Watsonias.
  • Mediterranean spurge, Euphorbia characias.

What plants do well in extreme heat?

7 Heat-Tolerant Plants that Love the Sun
  • Lantana.
  • Lemon Verbena.
  • Cosmos.
  • Marigold.
  • Geranium.
  • Salvia.
  • Sedum.

Can hostas take full sun?

Hosta varieties with extensive white coloration or with thin leaves are likely to burn in full sun. In general, blue-leaf hostas require shade, while those with fragrant flowers, gold or yellow foliage or slight white variegation can tolerate more sun.

Can geraniums take full sun?

Most annual geraniums need a spot in full sun, except for the ivy geranium, which grows best in light shade.

Do petunias like full sun?

Site and soil

This petunia and verbena mix is planted in full sun to maximize flowering. Petunias need at least 5 or 6 hours of good sunlight; they’ll perform even better when located in full sun all day. The more shade they receive, the fewer flowers they’ll produce.

What month is best to plant petunias?

  • When to plant: In spring, after the threat of frost has passed.
  • Where to plant: For the best performance, plant in full sun (at least six hours a day).
  • Soil: They grow best in a light, fertile soil that provides good drainage and is slightly acidic (pH 6 to 6.5).
  • Grow petunias from seed:

Are coffee grounds good for petunias?

dump my old coffee grounds on my petunias and other flowers as a inexpensive and very effective fertilizer. Petunias are heavy feeders to bloom profusely. I pour my coffee grounds into the coffee pot and use the whole solution on a different pot or bed each day.

What do Overwatered petunias look like?

Wilting: The petunia will start to sag and generally look sorry for itself. If you look more closely you will see that the leaves are soggy rather than dry which would indicate too little water. Brown Leaves: The leaves will become brown but will have a damp texture to them.

How often should petunias be watered?

Newly planted petunias need evenly moist soil for the first few weeks after planting, to establish a healthy root system. Once established, reduce watering to once every seven to 10 days. Provide 1 to 2 inches of water at each irrigation, which is enough water to moisten the top 6 to 8 inches of soil.

Is it necessary to deadhead petunias?

Deadheading petunias throughout the growing season tricks them into producing more flowers instead of seeds and keeps them looking neat. All parts of the flower should be removed, but some of the stem can remain. Do this no more than once a week, so the plant can recover between trimmings.