My first Foliage Follow-Up day, hosted by Pam Penick of Digging, follow up to Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. Luckily I try to cram as much interesting foliage as I can in my garden. Here is a sampling:
Ageratum corymbosum (purple), Aptenia cordifolia and Dymondia margaretae (foreground), Helleborus x sternii and Geranium maderense (background). Yes, a few flowers snuck into this photo but just ignore them, they're green anyway so they hardly count.
Vitis 'Concord Seedless' new growth.
Tanacetum parthenium aureum (chartreuse), Graptoveria sp., and Euphorbia characias 'Dwarf'
in my parking strip.
Dianella 'Cassa Blue' one of my favorite plants right now. Using it in many client gardens. Tough, drought tolerant, can take sun or shade, everblue strappy foliage, blue flowers and blue berries and probably deer resistant to boot.
And yesterday I ended with edible flowers so today I end with edible foliage - Mustard 'Ruby Streaks', a new favorite of mine. The foliage is great in the garden and tasty too!