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In 2013 Queens College was ranked #2 nationally by Washington Monthly for giving students the "best bang for their bucks." Before Queens College was established in 1937, the site of the campus was home to the Jamaica Academy, a one-room schoolhouse built in the early 19th century, where Walt Whitman once worked as teacher.In 1909, the New York Parental School, a home for troubled boys, opened on the land surrounding the future site of Queens College and incorporated Jamaica Academy on its campus.Drama and lavish extravagance is what I love about hanging baskets, with their lush cascades of foliage and flowers.They're a great opportunity to experiment with imaginative combinations, including houseplants, and escape from run of-the-mill bedding options.Buildings such as Jefferson Hall (named after Thomas Jefferson) were used as both dormitories and classrooms.
Heliotrope is one of the best scented plants for a warm spot in the garden, fully justifying its common name of cherry pie, and it works well in a hanging basket.
This arrangement features several different foliage textures and shapes on long trailing stems, with highlights of large double begonia flowers and the tiny white stars of sutera.
The basket can be hung from a tree or garden structure away from the house, where the calmer colours and blend of different leaves don't immediately jump out, but offer a more gentle surprise as you come across them in the garden.
In March 1937, the Board of Education designated the site of the former Parental School to be the future location of Queens College.
The school's colors of blue and silver were selected by a "Color Committee" drawn from the entering class of students, and were announced at the first school dance, which was held on Wednesday, November 24, 1937.
The hanging baskets I've created on the following pages are no exception, with three distinct styles for you to try – one is a gentle blend of foliage and flowers, another is deliciously fragrant, while the third is purely foliage.