I’m wishing I had planted more Cotoneaster horizontals variegata, as it is turning into a nice spreading ground cover.
The two-tone leaves give it a silvery look, and you can even spot the occasional red berry in there.
Ozthamnus ‘Sussex Silver’ adds another shimmery element. It presents a pruning challenge, getting scruffy after blooming. So far, I’m finding it worth the trouble and R enjoys wielding his loppers in its direction.
One of several successful bargains from Means, this Deodora cedar (sorry, that’s all I know) brings a golden glow to Delusional Drive.
Wintergreen, Gaultheria procumbens, is filling in nicely for another ground cover. The red berries are tasty, too.
Only a few leaves remain on the mislabeled Viburnum, but they glow to make up for it.
Ditto for Hydrangea quercifolia.
Pam over at Digging has more foliar fun in store, as she does every month for Foliage Follow Up.