Had this idea to poke holes in the sides of these hanging baskets and stick Tradescantia zebrina in the holes. Just did this last night, used an awl (with a little tap from a hammer) to make the holes, then a big phillips head screwdriver to make them bigger. Snapped off about 20 stems and put them in.
Now I want to do this with most of my other hanging plants. There are other plants that would work well in the holes besides T. zebrina but I have tons of that to start the first few. When they arrange their leaves back in the right direction, it will start to look cool.
What do you think? What other ideas does it inspire?