RMSer Chris Major packed the cottage-garden aesthetic into one planter. Several varieties of coleus, Mexican feather grass and other plants give the container garden a soft, free-form look. - I would use different colored coleus, but I like the idea.
This would be a great exotic thing to do with your indoor Sansevieria in the summer - give it a bit of fresh air! mother in law plant (snake plant) surrounded by an assortment of beautiful Ivy's in a gorgeous urn container
This container features burgundy petunias, pink ti plant and white euphorbia. Best in a little afternoon shade, the ti plant (also called Cordyline) makes a dramatic statement with its upright color and contrasting burgundy-and-hot-pink leaves.