• Color:
    • Light-colored pots reflect heat, so they are a good choice for plants that are sensitive to heat. Dark-colored pots absorb heat, so they are a good choice for plants that prefer cooler temperatures.
    • Neutral-colored pots are a good choice for a variety of plants and settings. Bolder colors can be used to create a focal point in your garden or to add a pop of color.
    • color of the plants you are growing Choose a pot color that will complement the colors of the plants. For example, a blue pot would look nice with white or yellow flowers.
    • surrounding environment. If your garden is in a shady spot, choose a light-colored pot to reflect more light. If your garden is in a sunny spot, choose a darker-colored pot to absorb some of the heat.

    Here are some specific color combinations that can work well in container gardens:

    • White pots with green plants: This is a classic combination that always looks good.
    • Black pots with red or orange plants: This combination is bold and eye-catching.
    • Blue pots with white or yellow flowers: This combination is calming and serene.
    • Brown pots with succulents: This combination is natural and earthy.
    • Terracotta pots with any type of plant: Terracotta is a versatile color that can go with any type of plant.
  • Shape: