No flower bed would be complete with a bright spread of annuals, perennials, ground covers, and the like, but why not consider expanding your plant presentation upward instead of outward? No, we’re not talking vertical gardens here. Rather, take advantage of aerial space, both in the garden and in your house, with some of the best hanging plants, whether succulent houseplants or full-sun flowers. And so that your hanging garden proves a whopping success, we spoke with horticultural expert Marianne Binetti of Planter’s Place on her go-to picks. Her first piece of advice? Visually, find plants with flowers that hang upside down. From there, determine whether a mixed planter with a dreamy combo of florals and greenery is right up your alley, or if a one-and-done trailing plant look feels more your speed. Ready to dive in? From low-maintenance foliage to flowers that are too gosh darn pretty to look away from, these are a few hanging plants that should be on every gardener’s radar. And as always, brush up with the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone to make sure the blooms will prosper in your area. Binetti remarks that lobelia comes in incredibly intense blue colors, which are a ...