Pam, from Digging, hosts Foliage Follow-up the 16th of the month. I am getting in at the last minute, but already had these photos in last night, so wanted to join the party.
The painter's pallete doesn't seem to be suffering from having the tree cut down.
The hellebores survived being transplanted from in front of the house to a shadier spot.
'September Charm' anemone is needing to be kept from spreading too far.
The pasque foliage is continuing to look good.
I was hoping the bear's breeches was going to bloom, but the foliage is pretty cool.
I forgot what this is, but I just got it this summer for the front of the east side border, and split it to plant in 2 different holes. I like it.
The Genovese basil I planted from seed inside is doing well, and is at the point I need to be cutting it back to make pesto or something before it blooms.
One of Larry's water plants:
The white blooming bleeding heart that was moved from under the tree is doing well. The pink blooming one looks like it is going dormant.
This persecaria polymorpha, Giant Fleeceflower, is the last plant I put in. I think I am finished for the summer.
I am excited for the grasses to grow taller next year. This is the latest switchgrass I bought.
Here's the huge foliage of the nicotiana sylvestris.
It's the 17th the time zone to the east of us, but still the 16th here. I hope your weekend is going well. I hope to do some blog visiting during the heat wave that is continuing. Right now, it is 85 degrees, 10 degrees cooler than an hour or so ago. Thanks for all the nice comments on my GBBD post and others.