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Tag Archives: deciduous foliage
While taking a long look at the garden yesterday, it wasn’t the flowers that grabbed my attention, but the beautiful, delicate leaves that are all unfurling from their cases. There are so many different shades of green as well as … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged contrasting foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreens, springfoliage 22 Comments
Foliage for November GBFD.
Foliage becomes more and more important once the flowers are winding down for the winter. After a good autumn weatherwise, we were blessed with wonderful autumn tints, I think the best ever. Most of these have been blown away by … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged autumn foliage, coloured foliage, deciduous foliage, fallen leaves, leaf mould 37 Comments
July foliage GBFD, 2016.
Our heatwave is over – thank goodness! My plants and I were wilting before the rain and lower temperatures came and rescued us both. The air is now so much fresher and plants are once again standing proud and looking … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged contrasting foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, july foliage 26 Comments
New foliage for Garden Bloggers Foliage Day.
While looking round for interesting foliage this month, it seemed as though the garden was static, at least in the foliage department, as it seemed very similar to last month. Even though we’ve had some sunny days, we have also … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged coloured foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, foliage, foliage for March, spring foliage 13 Comments
GBFD Foliage for November.
Sorry I’m late, due to circumstances beyond my control, but here is my offering for Foliage Day in November, which was written last Saturday. It’s a question of dodging the showers or rather, the downpours and the gales, to take … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Acers, Coloured leaves in november, Cyclamen, deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage 10 Comments
Foliage for June GBFD.
The garden is now, in this month of June, filled with flowers of all description, but if we stop for a while, we can see that foliage still has a large part to play in the garden, even if it … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, gold foliage, june foliage, purple foliage, silver foliage 26 Comments
Lovely new foliage everywhere.GBFD May
It’s not just that we have wonderfully coloured flowers everywhere in May, the foliage isn’t bad either! Everywhere is still looking so fresh and the leaves are every bit as good as the flowers in some cases. Quite a few … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged contrasting foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreenfoliage, May foliage 23 Comments
Changing foliage in September GBFD.
The present sunny spell is lasting quite a long time. We had torrential rain last Friday which perked all the plants up, and now we are back to sunny days once more. September so far has been a very warm, … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged coloured foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, foliage in autumn, September foliage 32 Comments
Is Summer slipping away? GBFD August.
Even though we don’t want to think about it, the evidence is there for all to see. The fresh green colours of spring and summer are gradually being overtaken by a few colours of autumn. This is a white peony … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged autumn foliage, contrasting foliage, deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, foliage 44 Comments
Foliage for May GBFD.
Foliage at this time of year is putting on such a spurt of growth, some need cutting back and some need tying in, whatever it is you can’t ignore it or you would have a garden that quickly becomes out … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged deciduous foliage, evergreen foliage, Ferns, May foliage, new foliage, silver foliage, variegated foliage, yellow foliage 32 Comments