Here's a little rundown on what's catching my eye.
|Mottled Podophyllum (I'm sure I have the name somewhere)|
|Solid green Podophyllum pleianthum has been in this spot for a couple of years now, and the number of leaves increases every year, so it must be happy|
|Ostrich ferns unfurling remind me of cobras getting ready to strike|
|Our native sword fern isn't quite as graceful as the ostrich fern|
|This one reminds me of an elephant's trunk|
|Little furry knots|
|When I finally got to this bed to tidy it after the winter, I was so thrilled to see this healthy Cardiocrinum giganteum foliage|
|Honeysuckle, trellis, fence|
|Hydrangea macrophylla 'New Wave'|
|Trillium and PNW native Vanilla Leaf (Achlys triphylla)|
|New foliage on Corylopsis spicata|
|Tulip 'Fire of Love' in front and Carex 'Banana Boat'|
Foliage Followup is hosted by Pam Penick of the blog Digging on the 16th of every month, the day after Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, and its purpose is to celebrate the unique contribution that foliage makes to our gardens. Check out Pam's blog post here, and be sure and visit the links in the comments.