Choose your favorite Heat-Loving Plant Combos for Containers and flaunt them on your balcony or patio in the sunny months!
If your region has a sunny vibe and waves then use it to your advantage! How? By getting inspired by these Heat-Loving Plant Combos for Containers!
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Heat-Loving Plant Combos for Containers
1. Peppers, Tomatoes, Salvia, and Sweet Potato Vine
As these plants love heat, you can grow them together in a large pot and showcase them on a balcony or a patio.
Tip: Use rich, well-draining soil and keep the pots in a bright sunny area.
2. Sedum, Echeveria, and Burro’s Tail
Succulents like sedums, echeveria, and burro’s tail are the best option when it comes to tolerating drought and heat. These low-maintenance plants are a great choice if you don’t want to water your plants frequently.
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3. Geranium and Dichondra
Choose heat-tolerant geraniums like Calliope, Caliente, and Fantasia. Combine them with dichondra or vinca to have a fantastic color combination!
4. Croton and Snake Plant
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5. Lantana, Coleus, and Verbena
6. Geranium, Verbena, Marigold, and Dusty Miller
Beat the heat with this colorful combination by mixing pink geranium, purple verbena, marigold, and dusty miller. They dwell in all types of soil without any fuss.
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7. Scaevola, Nemesia, Salvia, and Verbena
Try this pink and purple combo by blending Verbena ‘Rapunzel orchid’, Salvia ‘Victoria Blue,’ Scaevola ‘Saphira,’ and Nemesia ‘Blue.’ Use well-draining soil for best growth.
8. Lantana, Impatiens, and Coleus
For this adorable show, grow a mix of impatiens, lantana, and coleus in a rustic container. This combo might not tolerate direct sun for long, but it certainly won’t mind some indirect heat.
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9. Agapanthus, Lantana, and Rosemary
Use this eye-catching combination that does well year-round in warm climates. Combine weeping white lantana, trailing rosemary, and queen mum agapanthus for a fantastic display!
10. Coleus, Sunpatiens, and Creeping Jenny
This heat-resistant combo is surely going to attract a lot of eyeballs! Combine red sunpatiens, coleus, creeping jenny, and ornamental grasses together in a large pot.
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11. Coleus, Caladium, Cast Iron Plant, and Asparagus Fern
The sword-like leaves of the cast-iron plant look beautiful when combined with apple-green coleus, asparagus fern, variegated ivy, and blood-red caladium. All of them are suitable for full or partial shade.
12. Chinese Fan Palms, Bromeliads, Aucuba, and Ivy
For an appealing show, include Chinese fan palms and add colors with scarlet bromeliads, gold variegated aucuba, and ivy. Grow it under dappled light or full shade.
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13. SunPatiens, Asparagus Fern, and Pothos
Blend together tropical Salmon’ SunPatiens, foxtail asparagus fern, and ‘Neon’ pothos for a never before seen combo! This is perfect for indirect heat and sun.
14. Mandevilla and Papyrus
Mix ‘Vogue Audrey’ Mandevilla, ‘Baby Tut’ dwarf papyrus, a South Asian elephant ear plant, and a South American sweet potato vine ‘Blackie’. All of them favor full sun.
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15. Elephant Ear, SunPatiens, Angel Vine, Persian Shield, and Citronella Plant
Combine ‘Maui Gold’ elephant’s ear, orange SunPatiens, Persian shield, angel vine, and citronella plant. Keep the pot in full sun or partial shade for best growth.
16. Basil, Rosemary, and Lemongrass