The group of plants adapted for use in hanging baskets is much larger than might at first be anticipated. The great danger in the cultivation of plants in hanging baskets is the danger of drying out.

a. Vine-like habit:

Asparagus sprengeri Asparagus Fern

Cobaea scandens Cup and Saucer Vine

Fuchsia procumbens Trailing Fuchsia

Hedera helix English Ivy

Ipomoea (in variety) Morning Glory

Lantana (in variety) Lantana

Linaria cymbalaria Kenilworth Ivy

Lobelia speciosa Lobelia

Lysimachia nummularia Moneywort

Maurandia (in variety) Maurandy Vine

Nepeta glechoma Ground Ivy

Oxalis floribunda Oxalis

Passiflora caerulea Passion Flower

Petunia hybrida

Petunia Saxifraga sarmentosa

Strawberry Geranium

Senecio scandens

Summer Ivy Solanum jasminoides

Jerusalem Cherry Vine Thunbergia alata

Thunbergia Tropaeolum majus

Nasturtium

Verbena hybrida Verbena

Vinca major (variegated) Trailing Vinca b. Upright habit and good flowers:

Begonia (tuberous varieties) Tuberous Begonia

Cuphea llavea

Cigar Plant Fuchsia (in variety)

Ladies' Eardrop Geranium (in variety)

Geranium

Impatiens sultana Touch-me-not

Lantana (in variety)

Lantana Nierembergia gracilis

White Cup

Petunia hybrida

Petunia Salvia sflendens

Scarlet Sage Stevia serrata nana

Dwarf Stevia c. Upright habit and good foliage:

Aspidistra lurida Tall Evergreen Aspidistra

Caladium Elephant's Ear

Cineraria maritima Dusty Miller

Coleus blumei verschajfelti Coleus

Cyperus alternifolius Umbrella Plant

Dracaena indivisa

Dracena Fern

(in variety) Iresine lindeni

Narrow-leaved Achyranthes

Palms (in variety)