Now that the flowers are getting leggy and the garden looks worn and tired, I'm looking at some of the leaves. The begonias are amazing.
The coleus are huge and are looking good next to the wilted impatiens.This message has been edited. Last edited by: 16paws,
Finally an interesting turtlehead.
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beautiful leaves, colors and patterns. your pics show its possible to have a gorgeous bed of just leaves and no flowers.
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Very pretty. tfs.
oh my gosh Paws.........I too love leaf patterns......coleus, begonias and caladiums are 3 favorites. Love yours, that begonia pattern is simply amazing. Thank you.
edited to add: I need to either learn to proof or learn to speel before hitting post. duh
Oh pretty! Will you save those by bringing some inside ? How about this? These have grown into quite the display on my front porch also!>
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That begonia is really amazing! I'm appreciating foliage and using it more than I used to.
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I will save the begonias but I've never had luck with the coleus. If I take cuttings, they seem to rot when I try to get some roots on them in water. The caladium leaves are very pretty. Lots of good color and a great pattern.
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