Saturday, August 30, 2008

More... I Heart You



It started with a couple of hosta leaves I Heart You . Then I started noticing more heart shaped leaves and realized the garden is full of hearts! Common leaf shape you say... I agree and love them all the same.






Top to bottom, left to right - dutchman's pipe, lamium, morning glory, brunnera 'jack frost, coleus, oops brunnera again, sweet potato vine, mulberry, another sweet potato vine.

2 comments:

Northern Shade said...

I love heart shaped leaves, especially Brunnera. They look good in a mixed bed, because they are substantial, and a nice contrast to other foliage. I like to pair them next to long, slender leaves, like Pulmonaria, or next to lacy ferns. You have a good assortment of different colours of hearts too.

GardenJoy4Me said...

You made me realize how many heart shaped leaves/foliage is in my garden too ! I am a huge fan of Jack Frost brunnera : )