November 21, 2011
Looking at this beautiful slideshow from Garden Design Magazine of outdoor plants that you should try bringing indoors for the winter made us realize that foliage plants are, to many, the final frontier when falling deeply in love with gardening. It’s easy to get hooked on vegetables, and flowers are utterly charming. But plants that are grown simply for the foliage—that’s a bit of a harder sell. Do you love foliage plants? If so, what are your favorites?

Looking at this beautiful slideshow from Garden Design Magazine of outdoor plants that you should try bringing indoors for the winter made us realize that foliage plants are, to many, the final frontier when falling deeply in love with gardening. It’s easy to get hooked on vegetables, and flowers are utterly charming. But plants that are grown simply for the foliage—that’s a bit of a harder sell. Do you love foliage plants? If so, what are your favorites?

  1. pa747sp answered: Anything with the name Euphorbia
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  3. agentlemanbastard answered: Japanese Acer
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  5. theoneandonlyjw answered: Yes spotty dotty a podophyllum
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