Answer: Unfortunately, even a planting of all the same plant would probably not look identical because each section would grow differently due to the differences in light. You might find, for instance, that although coleus (with a "sun coleus variety" in the western planter) would grow in the planters, the lighting would make them grow at different rates. You might want to select three different plants, each one well suited to its own planter, but select them based on looking good together. You may also want to check that topsoil to make sure it has enough organic matter and that it drains well -- this can be problematic in a container-growing situation. Good luck with your project!
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