A day late but hopefully not a buck short.
As usual, my foliage contributions are combinations of silver and gold. Gold Sedum x adolphii, hammered silver Geranium harveyi leaves, my new silver Gasteria and a combo I'm still mad about - Encelia farinosa and Stipa gigantea.
A mystery Aloe I've had for years. It has small pink flowers. Anybody? Anybody?
And this is my mystery Agave that I posted pictures of the flowers in the last Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. It is very grassy, not too prickly, quite silver although it is getting green because it is in too much shade from neighboring plants. Next is my 'Alphonse Karr' bamboo with Dicentra scandens trailing through, Amorphophallus konjac, a Voodoo Lily that puts up interesting leaves every year but no stinky flowers and lastly the lovely blue leek foliage, which I would grow even if it didn't give me something to eat.
I probably should water my sunny parking strip. The Cotyledon is looking a bit dehydrated. Plus it's been such a cold foggy summer my squash plants are all mildewy. I had to pull a couple of plants out that were too gross. But hey, silver and gold, even when I don't plan on it!
I do have some yummy things to harvest right now. I'll try to get some pics posted soon.