Foliage Followup December 2011

400 South Hope Street, Los Angeles
Mellon Bank Center

An enormous agave (A. weberi?) in a sea of Senecio mandraliscae, ribboning out into massed plantings of dwarf phormium, then masses of a smaller agave, replaced by blocks of feather grass. The hedge to the left is bamboo.


Foliage Followup courtesy of Pam at Digging, the 16th of every month.

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3 Responses to Foliage Followup December 2011

  1. Pam/Digging says:

    Delicious color, especially that senecio. Thanks for showing this off for Foliage Follow-Up!

  2. Denise says:

    Pam, I’m seeing so much of that icy blue senecio around town.
    Loree, I think it needs some aloes!

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