Wichita Blue Juniper that is still a baby but it is holding up and showing its blue hue. Below this grey blue shrub I have some Black lirope planted. They make a pretty combo in the snow.
This Whipchord Arborvitae is quite the conversation starter. It displays its braided chords all year long. It quite looked like 'thing' sticking up through the snow. It is another baby in the garden. I can't wait until it grows into its own.
This bush is a bronze color during winter and when it warms up this spring it will turn a chartruese color. I sure wish I could find the tag for it. Of course the camera doesn't capture the color very well in this photo. It sort of blended into the day.
The Pieris 'Red Head' is green all year long. It is even setting some buds for this early spring.
I had wondered if I could have any foliage plants to show but when I walked around the garden this weekend I found there was quite a few plants with green.
Inside is another story. I have a row of plants just waiting for spring to come around so they can go back outside. Just focusing on the green peeking out here and there makes one feel so much better during this grey time of year.Pam's and leave a comment with your link in it.