On the assumption you mean plants suitable for pots outdoors, lemon scented plants such as Citronella and Lemon Balm are good. Plants offered for sale under the name citronella vary - the one to look for is Cymbopogon nardus, or Citronella winterianus. Cymbopogon does not like cold temperatures, and should be fine with your climate, but regular (possibly daily, or twice daily, depending on size of container) watering will be necessary for any plants in pots in full sun in those temperatures.
Lemon scented geraniums are also worth considering, along with lavender, rosemary, basil and catmint (Nepeta). Note that Basil will likely need replacing annually. All will be fine in containers, though rosemary can get too large and leggy over time, and likely will not cope with such high temperatures year round. More info and suggestions here, and lemon scented Geraniums are available on Amazon.
I found this today - looks as if you'll need to crush or bruise the leaves on the citronella grass for it to have any effect on mosquitoes