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What Are The Best Plants For Pots?

arslanarslan Posts: 40
Can anyone guide me what are the best plants for pots?
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  • B3B3 Posts: 21,424
    It depends on the size of the pots and where you're going to put them. How big are your pots? What part of the country do you live in? Will the pots be in sun or shade?
    If you give us a bit more information, we can advise you😊
    In London. Keen but lazy.
  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 77,316
    Asters, begonias, calendulas, dianthus, echevaria, ficus, gardenia, hosta, impatiens, jalapeno, kentia palm, lettuce, monstera, nasturtium, oleander pansy, quaking grass, rose, snapdragon, thyme, umbrella grass, viola, wasabi, xanthorrhoea, yarrow and zantedeschia aethiopica will all grow in pots ... depends a lot on the pot and where it is. 
    “I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.” Winnie the Pooh







  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,511
    Is this for your fragrance garden which will possibly be surrounding your artificial lawn?
  • arslanarslan Posts: 40
    TheGreenMan said:
    Is this for your fragrance garden which will possibly be surrounding your artificial lawn?
    Yes, This is for my lawn. 
  • arslanarslan Posts: 40
    B3 said:
    It depends on the size of the pots and where you're going to put them. How big are your pots? What part of the country do you live in? Will the pots be in sun or shade?
    If you give us a bit more information, we can advise you😊

    The size of the pod is 1 Liter. Live in United states Dallas. The pots will be in Sun. 
  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,511
    Which way does the garden face?  Do you have the pots already?  If so, what size are they?

    Do you want evergreens?  Annuals?  Herbaceous perennials?  Trees?  Bushes?

    It's a very general question you've asked.  Try to be a bit more specific and tell us what you're looking for flowers-wise, foliage-wise etc etc
  • arslanarslan Posts: 40
    Asters, begonias, calendulas, dianthus, echevaria, ficus, gardenia, hosta, impatiens, jalapeno, kentia palm, lettuce, monstera, nasturtium, oleander pansy, quaking grass, rose, snapdragon, thyme, umbrella grass, viola, wasabi, xanthorrhoea, yarrow and zantedeschia aethiopica will all grow in pots ... depends a lot on the pot and where it is. 
    Thank you so much for this helpful information.
  • arslanarslan Posts: 40
    Which way does the garden face?  Do you have the pots already?  If so, what size are they?

    Do you want evergreens?  Annuals?  Herbaceous perennials?  Trees?  Bushes?

    It's a very general question you've asked.  Try to be a bit more specific and tell us what you're looking for flowers-wise, foliage-wise etc etc
    I have evergreens, My garden is infront of my house also has the benefit of direct sunlight. 
  • TheGreenManTheGreenMan Tyne & Wear Green Belt Posts: 1,511
    arslan said:
    I have evergreens, My garden is infront of my house also has the benefit of direct sunlight. 

    South facing?  Do you have pots already?

  • arslanarslan Posts: 40
    Yes, I already have pots.
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