Planted in hanging baskets for the last three years. Far superior to petunias which become leggy and unattractive. They don't trail too much but the mounding quality is a great look. Foliage remains vibrant green. While deadheading isn't required, I found they needed a general trim halfway through the season. This produced a few more weeks of bloom. Maybe my climate in New York is to blame but they didn't last through October like some flowers. Perhaps it's just too long in a hanging basket. Still, they brightened up the porch for three months and to have such an interesting flower with little effort is great. More time to tend the rest of the garden. A lot of people pass these by in the nursery, I noticed. Give them a try. I definitely recommend.
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