Most everything perennial in our backyard garden has gone to sleep for the season. But there's some new(er) things that are seeing their first Winter season in our yard that are showing a little bit of contrast. Below is a photo that shows an inter-planted set of Twinkle Toes Pulmonaria and Blue Champion Primrose. The Primrose went in the beds in VERY EARLY Spring 2023 and this is the first Winter: The foliage difference is pretty striking; the Pulmonaria is mostly brown, wilting and dead. The Primrose? Green and seemingly evergreen. A new (to me) nice little study in winter foliage. Here's a post from a little bit over a year ago showing these same Pulmonaria without the Blue Champion Primrose . Also... note the leaf litter. Those Northern Red Oak leaves sure don't break down easily.
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