Ideas for combining potted plants
Color, texture and size – these are the three aspects of garden design. All concepts ultimately represent an experiment with these. This also applies to the setting up of a garden with plant containers.
More precisely, it’s about combining. You will learn some important rules today on how to arrange plants together within the same flower pot.
Rules for the selection of plants
Follow the following rules when choosing potted plants:
- Select similar colors and textures;
- Choose three to six different plants for a flower container;
- Strive for the high-contrast appearance within the combinations.
Three, six or more potted plants
Wondering if you would rather take three to six or more potted plants for your project? Both variants have certain advantages. If you limit the number to three to six, it’s easier to create a visual accent. In the second case, the effect of the texture is much stronger.
Less water and rich colors
In both variants, you could do something to enhance the effect of the pot plant combination. There are several methods by which you make the arrangement less dependent on water. With the appropriate care you also ensure better saturation of the color.
The organic method is a way to save resources. First, you’d better reuse old plant containers. In addition, you should choose drought-tolerant plant species. For example, you could pick succulents and grasses that grow in dry soil and only with rainwater. This allows you to leave the plant containers outside for a little longer.
Three colors are enough, so you can get an excellent color combination
A classic way of combining allows the selection of three colors. These should also grow differently high or, if necessary, in different directions. The plants should form three layers with different nuances in the eye of the beholder. To enhance the effect even more, you should place the plant container on a white wall.