Three Dogs in a Garden: Fall Container Update on a Budget. Just remember that this is a "tropical" plant. If you plan to bring it inside for the winter, you need to keep an eye out for frost warnings and bring it indoors before it gets damaged by cold.
Solomon's Seal thrives in and out of the ground. Florists love this plant because it lasts a long time in water, but gardeners go for it because it tolerates dry soil once established and sprouts dainty white flowers in the spring.