I have some empty pots located outdoors. They need plants. These plants need to be some sorts of species that will survive benign neglect.
Mainly they will need to be able to withstand irregular watering. Ideally some that could live off of whatever rain they might get.
Location is Texas: 32 degrees North Latitude, outdoors, full sun. (Although, partial/afternoon shade is a possibility . . . if the pots were moved.)
Does anyone have any suggestions? Would Junipers be a thought? I used to have Junipers around the place. ...but they all died of benign neglect.
(Kinda looking for plant it and forget it
(edit --- For NW: The pots are 14-18 inches wide and of varying depths. Shortest one is 5 inches or so deepest is about a foot deep.)