Green is the prime color of the world,
And that from which its loveliness arises.
|My biggest Hosta with a dark green center and lime green edge has the branch of an American Beauty Berry bush.|
|The dark leafed Nine Bark turns a lighter color in the Fall. It was a markdown rescue.|
|The Euphorbia was cut back a while ago and is rewarding me with healthy new leaves.|
|Little Joe-Pye-Weed adds a lovely purple color to the garden.|
|The newest Heuchera.|
|The smallest Hosta in the woodland garden. the leaves are about the size of my thumb. It came from the garden of a friend in Vermont.|
|Heuchera and Hosta are happy (flower)bedfellows!|
|This is the largest Pulmonaria I have seen. It seeded in the pot and I let it go. It has company....a couple of weeds that I like the looks of.|
|The green/gray leaves of Sage.|
|This male Holly wends its way through the back of the woodland garden.|
|This hitchhiker came in a pot of rescue Liriope and I liked it so much I kept it.|
|This American Beauty Berry is in direct sunlight. You can see the leaves are much lighter than the one in the woodland garden. It's also starting to turn.....|
|The serrated leaves of Obedient Plant.|
|I was fortunate to get several variegated Liriope for $1 each......love the markdown racks!|
Today is overcast. It makes for interesting light and challenges me to get correct color with my camera.
Take a stroll to Christina's blog to see what is green in gardens around the world.