Easy Fall Hanging baskets that you plant in spring!

Sow and Dipity
by Sow and Dipity
I planted these up back in spring to compliment my Pink, Green and Black annual garden. Once my summer planters were done,
these were ready to put on their show. All I had to do was remove the spent baskets and a whole new look took over. I used a simple combo of Ipomea 'Lime Margarita' and
Ipomea 'Blackie'. They look fabulous and are so
simple to care for and grow. Easy Peesy :)
Gorgeous Fall Color
Black and Green Ipomea
Growing between the summer hanging baskets
Sow and Dipity
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  • Belizepassion Belizepassion on Feb 12, 2021

    I am soooo jealous of all your beautiful colors! Beautiful plants! Will be doing this, it gives me something to look forward to in my yard when my when summer ends😩.

  • Donna Glenn Donna Glenn on Feb 13, 2022

    These plants are sweet potatoes vines,

    Not like the ones we eat in the store,but they actually grow a beige looking sweet potato in the dirt.

    In the late fall when cooler temps kill off the vines,I dig up the potatoes and feed to squirrels and rabbits