I have hung a basket of these from my front porch every year for the last five years. They are heat- and drought- tolerant (ie. forgiving when you forget to water them). My front porch gets that hot, late afternoon sun from the West which scorches and shrivels most plants. The Superbells love it! They bloom, more or less, from May to September with a slight dormant period in midsummer. They require no deadheading, though I do like to trim them back a little when they're gearing up for their second bunch of blooms in midsummer. Lemon Slice was the variety I selected last year, and I got all sorts of compliments, though we try a different color each year. I just mix a small amount of liquid fertilizer into their water every few weeks, and I am repaid with about 5 months of lush, trailing flowers. This year, I'm filling two baskets!