Weeping Blue Ginger (Dichorisandra pendula) From Brazil comes a wonderful container plant for the full-to-partial sun exposure. From the tips of the lateral growth, small blue flowers dangle from pendulous stems blooming throughout most of the year. The flower bracts continue to bloom for many months with flowers arriving daily. On sunny days, the flowers will close in the afternoon but remain open all day if it’s cloudy. As plants mature, it develops a unique lateral branching habit that gives it an Oriental look. To maintain the plants at the desired height, top prune the rising growth. A member of the spiderwort family, it is easy-to-grow and tolerant of extremes in culture.