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Our Top Picks for a Stunning Full Sun Plant Cluster

Have you been eyeing that sunny spot on your patio, wondering what plants would thrive? Look no further!

In this blog post, we'll introduce you to some of our favourite plants that can handle the heat and bring your outdoor space to life. From the tropical elegance of Strelitzia to the desert chic of Opuntia Burbank Spineless, each plant offers a unique look and texture that can enhance the overall aesthetic of your full sun plant cluster. So let's dive in and discover why these plants are excellent choices for creating a stunning display on your patio.

Full Sun Plant Cluster 1

Healthy Strelitzia, Sansevieria, and a Agave Blue Glow plants.

Strelitzia: Also known as the Bird of Paradise plant, Strelitzia is a stunning tropical plant that can add a touch of exotic flair to any full sun plant cluster. It features tall stems and large, paddle-shaped leaves that are glossy green. However, the show's real star is the striking orange and blue flowers resembling a bird in flight. Strelitzia requires well-draining soil and regular watering to thrive.

Snake Plant: The Snake Plant, also known as Sansevieria, is a hardy, low-maintenance plant perfect for a full sun plant cluster. It features long, upright leaves that are a deep shade of green and can grow up to several feet tall. Snake Plants are known for their air-purifying abilities, making them an excellent choice for indoor and outdoor spaces. They prefer well-draining soil and only need to be watered once a week.

Agave Blue Glow: This stunning succulent with striking blue-green leaves that can add a pop of colour to any full sun plant cluster. It features a rosette shape and can grow up to several feet wide. Agave Blue Glow is a low-maintenance plant that only needs to be watered occasionally, making it perfect for busy plant enthusiasts. It prefers well-draining soil and can tolerate drought conditions. 

Full Sun Plant Cluster 2

Prosperous looking Olive Tree, The Prickly Pear Cactus, and a Cousin It Plants.

Olive tree: Olive trees are a classic choice for full sun plant clusters and can add a touch of Mediterranean charm to any outdoor space. They feature slender, silvery leaves and can grow up to several feet tall. Olive trees prefer well-draining soil and should be watered deeply but infrequently to avoid root rot.

Opuntia Burbank Spineless: For full sun plants, you can't go past a cacti! The Prickly Pear cactus is a unique and striking plant that can add a touch of desert flair to any full sun plant cluster. It features flat, paddle-shaped pads and can grow up to several feet tall. Opuntia Burbank Spineless is a low-maintenance plant that only needs to be watered occasionally and prefers well-draining soil.

Casuarina Cousin It: Also known as Shagpile or She-oak, Casuarina glauca is a hardy evergreen shrub or ground cover native to Australia and belonging to the Casuarinaceae family. Its cascading mound habit of fine, trailing green foliage has earned it the nickname 'Cousin It'. Cousin It is drought-tolerant and can withstand light frost, making it an ideal choice for full sun positions in a variety of soil types. Its low maintenance needs and attractive texture make it a versatile and visually appealing addition to any garden or full sun plant cluster. 

 

For more full sun plant clusters, check out great sun tolerant plants for sun filled homes!