The accent below is common – can someone provide the name?
If you look carefully, you’ll notice a shoot from a different plant – the leaf looks like kinzu to me.
Ajania pacifica (formerly Chrysanthemum pacificum) – Japanese: iso giku
(Thanks to Tom for the tip! -ed.)
Here’s another accent of the same variety. It’s less full but remains interesting.
Ajana pacifica with selaginella
Below is another Pyrrosia with moss planted on a rock – a nice composition.
Pyrrosia lingua var. eboshi
Dwarf acorus planted on a stone evokes a very different feeling.
Acorus on a stone
Selaginella with fern
Whatever the variety, successful accents are full accents. I love the example below.
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