About this time of year, I look through the garden to see if any of my accent plants are candidates for upcoming exhibits. With luck, I’ll find a few. If not, I may put a few together so they’ll have time to grow before they’re needed.
Most look somewhat rangy in fall but clean up quickly.
Ajuga, sedum, selaginella and a succulent in Japanese pot
After removing the dead flowers
Although the composition is awkward, simply turning the whole around improves the look a bit.
Here are a few of the other accents I cleaned up – feel free to let me know any of the names I’ve missed.
Saxifraga stolonifera and moss in Bunzan pot
Succulent in Bunzan basket
Salaginella and sedum in Japanese pot
Hen and chicks in Japanese pot
Sierra moss in Japanese pot
Hen and chicks, succulent and a Japanese accent in Japanese pot
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