Plant arrangement doesn’t have to strictly be for bouquets only. In fact, you can actually arrange your plants in one container at home depending on your liking, of course, while keeping in mind your plants’ specific needs.
An example for this would be a container accompanied by your favorite herbs: fragrant rosemary, basil, and lemon grass accent soft plumbago. No doubt, this plant arrangement proves there’s elegance and purpose in simplicity. Not only can you pick fresh herbs from this, but even use its scent to help keep pests at arm’s length.
Other ideas include the following:
- An excellent hanging pot arrangement would be to place pink zinnias and yellow tuberous begonias as the focus, then add round zinnias and open petals of the begonias; consider some blue cape plumbago and golden lantana, and topping it off with english ivy cascading over the sides of the pot.
- You can fill a rustic freestanding container with a mix of lantanas and impatiens, arranged with Joseph’s coat, green coleus, and yellow creeping jenny to highlight your back porch.
Container gardening is a fun way to get in touch with nature. There are endless possibilities for plant arrangements and creative ideas that can beautify your garden. You can learn more creative container gardening ideas here: https://www.southernliving.com/home-garden/gardens/creative-container-gardens.