Here is some of the foliage that I noticed recently.
Agave ovatifolia 'Frosty Blue' got babied inside during the winter; now we'll see if it can make it in the ground.
The red table is sort of like a green room for plants waiting to find a place. Some may spend the summer here but will need to find more attractive pots.
The Agave weberi that decided to live, the saga of which can be found here with Pelargonum 'Indian Princess.'
Love variegated grasses!
Melianthus major 'Antonow's Blue'
The plant that always reminds me of our host Pam Penick because it's one of her favorites and is featured in her foliage follow-up post this month. Do click on over to her site to join in the foliage festival!
Berberis 'Orange Rocket' I'm still in love!
Choisya 'Sundance' holds this warm gold color all year long. The bud is that of a purple/blue clematis that will be blooming soon.
Fatsia polycarpa 'Needham Lace' that came from the Cistus area at the Fabulous Fronderosa Frolic a couple of years ago. Such a fun road trip and event! I hope that you denizens of the pacific northwest make plans to attend this year!
Recently found Callicarpa japonica 'Snow Storm' If it bears fruit as heavily as it's non variegated relative in my parking strip, there may be an exchange.
Tradescantia pallida 'Pink Stripe' Just about ready to go in a candy apple red pot when I noticed that the one from last year, left outside, is coming back from it's roots. Cool.
Happy gardening all!