Foliage Follow-Up comes right after Bloom Day. Started by Pam at Digging it’s a wonderful idea to show foliage, bark, and seedheads. Head over to Pam’s to see some of Mother Nature’s most beautiful creations. And here are some of the foliage/seedheads that I have in my garden.
The leaves of the Yellow-Vein Eranthemum/Pseuderanthemum reticulatum growing near my front door. It’s an evergreen shrub with green and creamy yellow leaves. The blooms are tiny. They’re white and speckled with a bit of pink.
An arrangement of common foliage plants with ornamental grass and aquatic plants.
From the vegetable market comes this edible fern/diplazium esculentum. This fern is very popular in our region.
Is that a pupa? That’s what my son asked me when I showed him this picture. It’s interesting to see the seedheads forming on the Malabar spinach/Basella alba. This variety has smaller leaves and they sprout everywhere. But once the seeds ripen, the birds love to feed on them.