Saturday, April 16, 2016

Foliage Followup -- April 2016

Today is Foliage Followup, when bloggers celebrate the role of foliage in the garden. Foliage Followup is hosted by Pam at the blog Digging. Check out her post here.

Sedum 'Angelina' with black mondo grass and Pacific Coast Iris foliage

Epimedium wushanense and maiden hair fern

The leaves on this Epimedium remind me of an alligator

"Brains! Brains!" Emerging ornamental rhubarb foliage

9 comments:

  1. Nice contrast with the green and red-violet hues. Ornamental rhubarb was new to me that there is both edible and ornamental varieties. Great foliage.

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  2. I just love the changing colors of Angelina. Limes, orange and pinks all wrapped into one little groundcover.

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  3. Great contrasts but I admire the beautiful brains!

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  4. The epimedium foliage is wonderful with the maidenhair fern. Ornamental rhubarb is fascinating!

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  5. Ornamental rhubarb is awesome! It does look a bit like brains...

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  6. Stunning photos capturing the wonderful detail of interesting foliage.

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  7. Absolutely beautiful!!! the pictures too :D!

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  8. So THAT"S what a brain stem is. Fun foliage!

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  9. That fern/Epimedium combo is one of the best I've ever seen. One so delicate and the other looking like a threatening sword.

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