Out along the front walkway, I noticed that Coprosma 'Fireburst' was finally living up to its name.
I took a closer look at two of the Coprosma on the other side of the walkway and decided that they were also working out fine.
|Coprosma 'Evening Glow' with Phormium 'Maori Queen'|
|Coprosma 'Inferno' with another Phormium 'Maori Queen'|
Then I took time to take closer looks at three of the succulent pots I put together earlier this year. While some of my older creations are seriously in need of a refresh, these three are looking snappy.
|Remarkably, all but the bronze Aeonium here came with labels! The bird-bath style planter includes Agave titanota 'White Ice', Graptosedum 'Darley Sunshine', and Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'.|
The sun shined through the foliage of other succulents I had planted in the ground, making them glow.
Agave 'Joe Hoak', picked up at my local botanic garden's spring sale
|More Graptosedum 'California Sunset' along with Aeonium 'Kiwi' and a noID variegated Sedum|
|Kalanchoe variegata 'Tricolor'|
At this point, I was getting excited about all kinds of foliage so I'll share a few more plants that caught my eye before I end this post.
|Adenathos sericeus (aka Woolly Bush), still in its infancy|
|A new Leucadendron 'Jester' picked up last week to complement the Callistemon 'Cane's Hybrid' behind it and the two Grevillea 'Superb' on either side.|
|I started filling in some of the narrower areas alongside my new (and still partially completed) flagstone path through the backyard using Seslaria autumnailis 'Campo Verde' and Alternanthera 'Joseph's Coat' (highlighted on the right)|
That's it for my November foliage highlights. Visit Pam at Digging, the host of this monthly meme, to find more fascinating foliage.
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