First of all I would like to apologise to all those of you who haven’t heard from me for a while. I seem to be having problems leaving comments of various blogs, blogs that I have commented on for years now, all of a sudden I just don’t seem to be able to leave messages any more. I will keep trying, I am reading all your posts and hope to be back in touch again soon.
We have been having torrential rain for the past few days, so today I nipped into the garden to take photos for todays foliage post, in between 2 very heavy showers. The nearest foliage plants to the house are the collection of Echeverias that are just outside the conservatory door in the gravel garden at the back of the house.
These are all in the sunny side of the garden, below are some of the plants that are in the shady side of the gravel area.
Heucheras and Heucherella.
Acer palmatum dissectum
And in the centre, the lovely blue grass that started this area off with the rug of ophiopogon planiscapus nigrescens.
Sorry this has been such a rush job Christina, I’ve been waiting all day for the rain to stop or at least not be so heavy!
Thanks for hosting GBFD once more, do pay Christina a visit at My Hesperides Garden to see foliage from around the world.