|Some of the interesting stuff was on the ground.
|And yes, some of the interesting stuff was in the trees, but not the ones you'd expect.
|The new branches emerge all folded up like an accordion.
|Mother Nature puts human basket weavers to shame.
|Fall color on Schizachyrium scoparium 'Blaze' is a standout against the gravel and foliage of a Euphorbia
|As an ornamental grass, it hasn't been particularly noticeable till now.
|Lamb's ear and Kniphofia caulescens
|The chicks in this container look like they are trying to jump ship and join their friends in the gravel.
|Agave americana still in its pot, showing off the imprint of its teeth against the leaves
I hope you enjoyed this look at some of the October foliage in my garden. Pam Penick of the blog Digging hosts Foliage Followup on the 16th of every month, the day after Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. Check out her blog here, where she is focusing on teeth, seedheads and stripes in her garden, and where you can check out the links to all the other bloggers who are participating in Foliage Followup.