It was a beautiful day to get out in garden and snap some photos for Foliage Follow-Up hosted by Pam Penick at Digging. We haven't started landscaping yet, so this will give me a good idea of needs to stay in the garden and what might have to go.
These Crinum Lilies have been in this garden for 30 years plus. They were a pass along from my Grandmother. These have such sentimental value to me so these are definitely staying.
This is another pass along from my Grandmother. I love the delicate white flowers on it. I don't have an ID on it, so If anyone knows the name I would love to know it. Here is another picture of it.
I have a ton of Four o'clocks coming up from seed. They seem to love the cooler weather. They are starting to take over so some of them might have to go.
The impatiens I planted in a container this past summer are also loving this cooler weather. They seem to be doing well with neglect.
I planted this coral vine this past summer. I love the heart shaped leaves on it.
Also planted this past summer was a bottle brush bush. There haven't been any blooms, but I still love the foliage. It kinda reminds me of an olive tree.
The diamond frost is still going after a long, hot summer. Here it is peeking through a spider lily.
I love this firecracker plant/bush. It is huge!! No blooms this past summer, but I love the fern like look of it.
This plant was difficult to get established, but now it seems very happy where it is. Unfortunately, some of it might have to go. Here is a wide shot of it.
Gotta love annuals for some color. I love the gray and pink color on this kale.
Thanks for joining me in a walk around my garden. We have a lot of work to do this spring.