which of these plants will look good in one pot?
I am generally not a fan of combining different plants into one planter - they may have different watering /fertilizing /light /humidity /temp requirements, but also important for me is they simply may not look right together interior design-wise.
I'd like to at least think about combining plants. Design-wise different plant height levels work, I think - a tall plant in the back, middle height in the middle and a short plant in the forefront of the pot. Or tall in the center and shorter plants toward the edges of the planter, and maybe a vine spilling over to the outside on the very edge.
I do not have any tall trunk indoor trees, but I guess a vine running along it may look nice or some low ground covering plant at the foot of the tree.
How else do you think about combining plants? I am ready to experiment a little with this.
Here is a list of all my plants. Which ones do you think may work well together? I am interested in hearing about other plants not on the list as well.
Aglaonema Siam Red
false aralia / Dizygotheca elegantissima
calathea "tropical satisfaction"
dieffenbachias (2 kinds)
bird's nest fern
Himalayan maidenhair FERN
Ivy "Gold Child"
philodendron "prince of orange"
phalaenopsis orchid x2
Velvet Leaf PHILODENDRON / P. Hederaceum
ficus burgundy / rubber plant
hoya brevialata x2
hoya wayetii x2
Jade / Crassula Argentea x2
pothos "marble queen" x3
cycad / sago palm
sansevieria (3 kinds)
Rhoeo "Tricolor" / "Moses-In-The-Cradle"
Wandering Jew / Zebrina pendula