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The plants that are grabbing my attention at the moment are the large leaf plants. Large shapes of green color in contrast with smaller more delicate perennials create a pause and slow you down as you view a large planting. … Continue reading
Tagged Araila Cordata Sun King, Asarum European, Astilbioidies Tabularis, Darmera Peltata, Foiliage for perennial border, foliage interest, Hosta Sieboldiana, Large foliage plants, Peltoboykinia Wantanabei, Petasites Japonicus, Rheum Palmatum, Rodgersia Pinnata, Syneilesis aconitifolia
I can’t talk or write enough about the value of good solid green foliage in the garden. It’s getting harder to find good greens with the sea of crazy colors being hybridized these days, and the endless choice of so … Continue reading
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The more I garden the more I value the wonderful variety of texture and color that is possible in foliage. Unlike flowers that are here today and gone in10, foliage is around from spring until late fall. Many plants start … Continue reading
Tagged Artemesia ludoviana, Artemesia Silver Mound, Artichoke foliage, Cerastium tomentosum- snow in summer, Macleaya cordata -plume poppy, Onopordum-acanthium-Scotch-thistle, Pyrus salicifolia pendula, Salix elaeagnos -Rosemary willow, Salvia 'argentea', Stachys Helen Von Stein, Weeping Pear tree
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“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” Albert Camus The garden is in a state of collapse, but there are still some fantastic bursts of color to be found. Rosa spinosissima- ‘Karl Forster’, a white flowering … Continue reading
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What I have noticed this week in the garden is how I have unconsciously been planting chartreuse or yellow foliage plants dotted around the garden. My eye jumps from one glowing area to the next. There are many beautiful annuals, … Continue reading