Lemon Coral is often grown in upright containers because it is so easy to mix with other sun loving plants. Its flashy chartreuse color easily complements anything you decide to pair it with, from contrasting plum purples to complementary citrus hues. Rounded bowl-shaped pots and shallow troughs at least 12″ wide will easily fit Lemon Coral and a few companions.
You’ll find that Lemon Coral tends to form a thick carpet of brilliant, succulent foliage. When you first plant it, the foliage will be more mounded in shape, but as summer progresses it will trail over the edges of the container.