To make your experiment easier, catch a list of original combinations of plants that will coexist in one pot without harm to each other.
1. Cacti and succulents. It is one of the simplest combinations as all of them require a lot of light and little water. Also, these plants predominantly store moisture in their stems, so their root systems are tiny and will not hurt or overgrow each other. It’s a good idea for those who want to try a single-pot composition but have trouble with proper care.
2. Try combining dark green Aspidistra and light Asplenium with the magnificent Pteris and Ficus.
3. Maranta arundinacea, Dieffenbachia, Nidularium and Premepinum aureum.
4. For a more massive mix, try Ficus, Fatshedera Lizei, and bright Grevillea! We recommend a high rectangular pot for this combination.
5. Purple Gynura, silver Pilea, pink Hypoestes, and striped Calathea for extraordinary interior accent.
6. Unusual combination: high Sansevieria, short Pilea, and evergreen Peperomia!
7. How about some exotics? Check out Syngonium, Silver and Broadleaf Tradescantia, purple Aglaonema, and yellow Pachystachys!