Thursday, October 3, 2019

Cream Filled

I saw this unusual plant in front of the library. It is a mixture of plants, but I have never seen leaves like this, with white centers. I managed to snap in both sun and shade!





If speaking kindly to plants helps them grow,  imagine what speaking kindly to humans can do.

14 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

It's a coleus I believe. (I think that's how it's spelled).

Hootin' Anni said...

It's a coleus I believe. (I think that's how it's spelled).

Ann said...

They're pretty.

Reanaclaire said...

I agree... using encouraging words makes a lot of difference.

Rose said...

Love the coleus...I used to plant some every year. They have so many different color leaves it was always hard to choose.

George said...

It's a beautiful plant -- by any name.

LV said...

I AGREE WITH THE OTHERS THAT IT IS A TYPE OF COLEUS. HAVE NOT SEEN ONE LIKE IT THO.

Linda said...

That is so pretty! We need to buy new plants for our back pond area. It used to be such a jungle of green back there that I’m still shocked Louis Dean killed it all! Well, Louis Dean tromping around and digging his ditches for drains and then no water all summer.
I would love to put the plants in your post there!

MadSnapper said...

who needs flowers when the leaves look like this. they are beautiful all by themselves.. I have seen coleus before but not this color.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Definitely some sort of Coleus. The leaves are so pretty.

Chatty Crone said...

I did not know what they were called - but I know I have seen them before. Pretty.

Nancy Chan said...

I have seen these and had these in my garden once. Your photos of the plants are beautiful. Happy weekend!

DeniseinVA said...

Beautiful photos and another lovely quote. Thanks Ginny 😊

L. D. said...

Foliage can be such a great thing to add color to a garden.

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