Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae
Our unknown Camellia that was inherited with the house.
Helleborus foetidus, just beginning to hint at blooms forming, but the foliage puts on a fine show.
Yucca recurvifolia, and honestly all the Yuccas throughout the garden are looking good. Their year 'round good looks are part of the appeal.
Sempervivum, again they all look good right now...and I have so many of them!
Arrow bamboo (Pseudosasa japonica), the bamboo is at it's best in the rainy season.
Hakonechloa looses none of it's charm when it looses it's color. I enjoy it for most of the winter but I am careful to cut it back before it gets to dry and brittle, lest I be picking up pieces that have blown all over the garden.
Maidenhair Fern also looses it's vibrant color as the winter progresses, I still love the texture it provides.
Yucca aloifolia 'Purpurea’
Aspidistra elatior, The Cast Iron Plant